BNB Woemn University students, faculty visit National Assembly, HEC

By: Adeel ALvi
SUKKUR:BNB WU believes in conducive & competitive environment for teaching and learning. To celebrate the high achievers of the first year of the history of this university . Vice Chancellor decided to reward the top 5 students from every department and the best Faculty member from each department as per the students’ survey data compiled by QEC. Therefore a it was planned to give them an official tour and visit of National Assembly. Mr. Mushtaq, Additional Secretary (Legislation), Advocate Abdul Latif Yousafzai, Advisor legal & Constitutional Matters National Assembly ) graciously consented to host the delegation from BNB WU. Syed Fakhar Imam ( Minister for National food security) , Mr. Ghulam Sarwar (Minister for Aviation ) , Mian Muhammad Soomro ( Minister for Privatisation) & Engr. Najeeb Haroon MNA & Chairman PEC have also attended the delegation and shared their vision for Pakistan and Women Empowerment in the country. The delegation was briefed about the National Assembly and Legislation process followed by Q&A session.

Speaker Asad Qaiser also invited the students & faculty to his chamber and had given a pep talk. The VC decorated all the dignitaries with traditional gift from Sindh ( Ajrak & Sindhi Topi). She also presented the University Souvenirs to Speaker NA, Mr. Tahir Hussain Secretary National Assembly, Mr. Muhammad Mushtaq Additional Secretary (legislation), Advisor Legal & Constitutional Matters NA, Secretary National Assembly & Abdul Hadi Channa, Director General (Proceedings) National Assembly Secretariat.

On 27th October , faculty & students delegation headed by Prof. Dr. Samreen Hussain VC BNB WU visited HEC headquarters. Engr. Muhammad Raza Chohan , Advisor Academics & Accreditation, Ms. Shaista Sohail, Executive Director HEC, Engr. Javed Memon, Director Sports & Co-curricular activities, Engr. Muhammad Raza Chohan , Advisor Academics & Accreditation, welcomed the delegation. Mr. Memon briefed about the upcoming HEC policies under the umbrella of Prime Minister’s Kamyab Jawan program. The main objectives were discussed during the briefing. The focus of Kamyab Jawan program is on Youth Programs, Establishment of Sport facilities in universities, Youth Sports leagues, Youth Innovative Leagues and Green Youth Movement. Engr. Chohan explained the importance of Kamyab Jawan program. He also appreciated and acknowledged the efforts of Prof. Dr. Samreen Hussain in exercising the activities and ambitions taken at the BNBWU Sukkur to support the Prime Minister’s Kamyab Jawan Program. Ms. Shaista also applauded the efforts and praised the actions and leadership of Prof. Hussain in leading and developing a newly established university to the standards meeting the expectations of the HEC, Pakistan in every domain.

Prof. Dr. Samreen Hussain briefed the dignitaries about the overall performance of the BNBWU Sukkur. Prof. Hussain also informed the members about the Urban Forest initiative, BNBWU students’ societies through elections and establishment of smart classrooms, lab school and language laboratory. The VC BNBWU presented the University Souvenirs to Ms. Shaista Sohail, Executive Director and Engr. Muhammad Raza Chohan, Advisor Academics and Accreditation, HEC, Pakistan.
The tour ended with the vote of thanks given by the students and the faculty members to Prof. Dr. Samreen Hussain, the Vice Chancellor the Begum Nusrat Bhutto Women University Sukkur. The students and the faculty members thoroughly enjoyed this informative, thought provoking, encouraging and a lifetime memorable visit.

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