The representatives of the British Council Pakistan including Mr. Robin Davies, Director British Council for Sindh and Balochistan Region, were also part of the selection process. The SMIU and the British Council Pakistan are equally bearing the cost of training programme of the students. Thereafter, the delegation had a discussion with Ms Trudy Cunningham, Environment and Sustainability officer at Dundee University, where she explained the way that leads towards environmentally sustainable campuses. She also showed practical examples and innovations to make the process easier and possible. She suggested many ideas including green transport, recycling wastage and using innovative bins etc to the delegation. Another proposal was regarding to PhD for faculty members, wherein vice chancellor Dr. Muhammad Ali Shaikh proposed to send SMIUâ€™s faculty members, who are carrying out their research work in Pakistan under supervision of a local supervisor, for brief intervals to the University of Dundee.
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Dr Ambreen Fazal, Chairperson of Department of Media and Communication Studies of SMIU said that if the beat breast cancer is diagnosed in its early stage, there would be 90 percent chances to survive from it. She said that women should discuss this kind of issues with their family members and doctors without any fear and hesitation, because this is a matter of life. “We want to pay homage to the great thinker and academician Joyo sahib, who had a deep association with his Alma-Mater SMIU,” said Dr Muhammad Ali Shaikh, Vice Chancellor of SMIU, while chairing a meeting on Friday, where the decision of holding a Literary Reference for Mr. Mohammad Ibrahim Joyo was taken. Prof. Saleem Memon, Dr Fahmida Hussain, Dr Ayub Shaikh, Ms Aness Memon and Mohsin Joyo also paid great tribute to late Mohammad Ibrahim Joyo, who passed away on 9th November.
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He said the country was riddled with different systems of education, which was discriminatory for its children, which was why the government wanted to introduce the uniform curriculum. While talking about SMIU she said the varsity has a broader vision and this is a historic institution in the subcontinent. Why Is There A Giant Health Bar In The Sky?. She further added that this MoU will be a productive collaboration in future because scholarships are very important for academic system.
We are striving to improve this lyceum with each passing day to provide. A better and healthier environment for students, said Mr. Shaikh. The VC told the students that “Quaid-e-Azam was a student of this old institution. Just like you, he was nurtured here and studied for four and half years.” He said that SMIU in an ancient institution which has been educating over one and half century. The new school building has been constructed. On the land which was occupied by land mafia for more than forty years.
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The Advent Of Transistors
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