Thursday, March 26, 2015

Engineering University technical syllabus revised

LAHORE: Some 3715 graduates were 21 degrees convocation of the University of Engineering and Technology (UET), winner in the auditorium on Tuesday.

Of the 114 graduates emerging Amina Rajput decorated with seven gold medals, Kunwal Shabbir, nimrah Sahu and Aniq Aslam four, while Shahid Manzoor, Arslan Chaudhry, Fahad Farooq, Muhammad Ali, Junaid Rana Basra and Zubair each led with three medals gold.

Higher Education (HEC) Chairman Commission Prof. Dr. Mukhtar Ahmed was the guest of honor at Rector Prof. Dr. Fazal Ahmad Khalid UET, in the name of the Governor of Punjab, the Chancellor of the University, including 37 PhD has given DEA 269 and 255 master diplomas to graduates in various disciplines.

Addressing the participants, the Vice-Chancellor Professor Khalid stressed the need for curricula to revise including technical courses to make more realistic training.

"Need a holistic approach to education of the hour. Registration is increased manifold in recent years, but universities are still faced with the challenges of capacity building, infrastructure and quality," he said, referring to former students of the specimen contribute in this respect.

UET is to promote the link between university and industry to fill the gaps by filling barriers for students. In collaboration with several major Chinese technology companies, UET common learning opportunities has adjusted to a cost of millions RS700. "This is another important step of Pak-China friendship," said Professor Khalid and praises the role of the Federal and Punjab to support HEC all disciplines of education, in particular research projects.

HEC Chairman Prof. Mukhtar said in his speech that the country has many challenges and "everyone should take responsibility and, in their development

"Everyone is not only to work hard for themselves, but for the whole society. The focus should be to solve problems such as poverty, food security, electricity shortages and terrorism.

He said that Pakistan is producing approximately 4,000 graduate students after independence, but UET produces 37 promotions at this meeting was a great success.

He was full of praise for the UET for the opening of new locations, but optimistic that there is no compromise on quality while increasing network of the institution.