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PU VC opens committee room for student societies

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LAHORE: (Tuesday, July 11, 2023): Punjab University Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Khalid Mahmood has inaugurated the committee room for the student societies in the Directorate of Student Affairs.On this occasion, Director Student Affairs Dr Muhammad Ali Klasra, Treasurer Tasneem Kamran, Resident Officer-II Muhammad Kashif Nazir Hanjra and students were present.

In his address, Dr Khalid Mahmood said that the committee room established under the auspices of the Directorate of Students Affairs would help the students of PU in promoting co-curricular activities. He said that co-curricular activities along with curricular activities are necessary to highlight the skills of students. He said:

Pakistani nation is not less than any other nation in the world in terms of capacity because, “we overcome crises through strong intentions despite having fewer resources”

Dr Khalid said that in the current situation of Pakistan, everyone has to play role.

Dr Muhammad Ali Klasra thanked the VC for establishing the committee room for the training of students’ co-curricular activities. He said that Dr Khalid Mahmood listens to the problems of the students and takes steps to solve them on a priority basis. -Press Release

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