Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Ceremony marks 10-year of CIIT in Sahiwal

SAHIWAL-Since it is origin in Sahiwal in 2006, COMSATS Institute of Information Technology (CIIT) has arranged 2,070 graduates to investigate their vocations in particular fields.

CIIT Sahiwal Director Dr Saleem Farooq Shaukat expressed while tending to a service, held at CIIT Sahiwal grounds regarding 10-year festivities of the college's heavenly trip in the area.

Sahiwal Division Commissioner Babar Hayat Tarar was boss visitor while Leads University Lahore VC Dr MA Bodla was the visitor of respect.

Tending to the members, the CIIT Sahiwal chief educated that the CIIT grounds, spread more than 36 sections of land of land, was set up in Sahiwal in 2006. He said that 3,167 understudies are studying in 18 graduate and undergrad programs including - Management Sciences, Computer Sciences, Software Engineering and Telecommunication. "We have likewise created joins with global establishments to seek after perfection in the fields of instruction and research," he educated, including that the college's instructive approach is process-arranged where understudies are given modern presentation through entry level position programs.

He said that Department of Heritage Studies has additionally been built up at the grounds to resuscitate Harappa ruins. He said that 50 percent of the college understudies are considering on various grants, including that the college has dispensed Rs214 million so far in the heads of grants, money related help and Qarz-e-Hasana to understudies.

In his discourse, Prof Bodla saluted the CIIT organization over its exceptional accomplishments, saying that the CIIT has turned out to be one of the best instructive establishments of the nation in a limited capacity to focus time. Toward the end, Prof Saleem Farooq Shaukat displayed gifts to every single fair visitor.

Govt Sadiq College for Women University VC Dr Tallat Afza, DPO Dr Atif Ikram, SSP (examinations) Dr Shakir Ahmad Shahid, AC Syed Ayub Bukhari, CIIT Vehari Director Dr Khairuz Zaman and specialists from Spain, Finland and France went to the function.