By Sajjad Ali/ Samreen Ilyas
Lahore (August 21, 2019) Our teachers should become a role model and must strive hard to inculcate in students to be compassionate, said Professor Dr Muhammad Khaleeq-ur-Rehman during a workshop organized by Minhaj University.
Professor Dr Muhammad Khaleeq-ur-Rehman former vice-chancellor, Government college Lahore, who is an international famed educationist, scholar and adviser to the government also shared his personal experience and valuable tips to make body language invulnerable to negativity under any stressful environment.
He added,’’ teacher is not an ordinary person and specifically university teacher turns more special as he holds exclusive responsibilities to deliver positivity to his students with his behaviour, dedication and commitment to his profession. Holy Quran and life of Holy Prophet provides you complete code of ethics and doctrines that how to generate and stimulate positivity and stress-free Environment is society and in educational institutes. Technology has changed our environment and living style.
We are totally disassociated from the family discussion and group sharing. Due to that, we lack sympathy and empathy. Our life is like a rat race and we are a victim of comparison trap and due to this, we are entangled with the octopus of stress and negativity. Our teachers should become a role model and must strive hard to inculcate in students to be compassionate.
Teachers must understand the core values of faculties which are based upon passion, integrity, commitment, quality of leadership, role model and healthy socialization.
Dr Muhammad Shahid Soroya PVC-MUL expressed his deep gratitude to the distinguished guest for his auspicious presence. Minhaj University aims to maintain the finest academic traditions, assiduously refining our learning environment and continuity of such workshops is part of those objectives. Conducting such workshops enable the students by question-answer session to discover their talent and interest to face life and academic challenges with confidence