Thursday, October 1, 2015

GCU alumnus to set up school for business studies

LAHORE, A famous industrialist and graduate of Government College University (GCU) Iqbal Z Ahmed will set up a global school for business learns at his institute of matriculation saying the cutting edge school will be a focal point of fabulousness for budgetary and administration studies in the nation.

As indicated by a press discharge, the declaration was made at the meeting of trustees and official board individuals from GCU Endowment Fund Trust (GCU-EFT) with the college's scholastic heads.

"It's a major activity by Iqbal Z Ahmed and we truly have no words to express appreciation for his incredible and exceptional charitable act to blessing his institute of matriculation a purposeful business college that has no match in the nation," said Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Hassan Amir Shah.

Lahore Chamber of Commerce & Industry (LCCI) President Ijaz A Mumtaz was the visitor of honor at the function who likewise gave Rs 2.5 million to the GCU-EFT for starting grants, while GCU Department of Persian recognized Professor Dr Zaheer Ahmad Siddiqui, who consistently gives his pay to the college's enrichment store, additionally gave over a check of his pay to the bad habit chancellor for a charge of a monetarily tested understudy. Generally speaking, gifts' checks of about Rs 4.5 million were exhibited to the bad habit chancellor.

Tending to the meeting, Iqbal Z Ahmed , who is likewise president and one of the real givers of GCU Endowment Fund Trust, examined in detail the timetable, framework, personnel and different prerequisites for the global business college with the college's senior employees and bad habit chancellor furthermore set a due date of March 1, 2016 for the noteworthy service for the best in class assembling that might deliver world class business people and money related and administration specialists for the nation. He said he for the sake of his family and his own benefit focused on giving complete framework and monetary backing for the school's working. The bad habit chancellor tasked GCU Management Studies Department Chairman Najaf Yawar Khan to begin meetings and chalk out an exhaustive arrangement for the school.

Talking on the event, Ijaz A Mumtaz said that GCU has a legacy of 151 years which gives it an edge over the other advanced education organizations and with the sufficient backing of graduated class, government and industry; it can do supernatural occurrences in the field of instruction and exploration.

GCU EFT Executive Committee Secretary Dr Khalid Manzoor Butt gladly said the college's enrichment store has swelled to Rs 210 million in only six years because of the untiring endeavors of its official board of trustees which incorporates Dr Parvez Hassan, Mian Misbah-ur-Rehman, Mian Muhammad Ashraf and Shameem Ahmad. He said the objective of official panel is to take the blessing to least Rs 1,000 million in coming years so it can subsidize the training of each fiscally tested understudy of the college.

Fundamental Misba-ur-Rahman, Mian Muhammad Ashraf, Mr Shameem Ahmad and Javaid Oberoi additionally promised to proceed with work for the improvement of their institute of matriculation and its enrichment store.

In his closing comments, the bad habit chancellor valued the endeavors of Executive Committee for building an enrichment reserve which is remarkable in people in general part. Then again, he said they may expand the extent of trust to bolster staff advancement and other elevate tasks of the college.

He likewise advised the EFT trustees and official board about the deficiency of workforce and different difficulties being confronted by the college.