Commissioner Gujranwala reviews progress of work at UAEET

SIALKOT  -  Commissioner Gujranwala Division Naveed Haider during a visit with DC Adnan Mehmood reviewed the prog­ress of work on the project of Univer­sity of Applied Engineering and Emerg­ing Technology in Sambrial at “UAEET.

The department of the project is the Higher Education Commission and the Infrastructure Development Authority of Punjab is the execut­ing agency of the project while ACE is performing its responsibilities as a consultant to ensure the project is built to the exact standards. 

He said that according to the time­line, the project is to be completed in September 2024. He said that in­cluded in the “UAEET” project are 3 academic blocks of 7 floors with a total capacity of 1,800 students, a three-storey admin block, 28 small/medium and international suites, mail and hostels with a capacity of 200 stu­dents per mail. Construction of HD students hostel, library, cafeteria, bus parking stand and gate house is going on simultaneously. 

Chairman Sialkot University Faisal Manzoor, former Vice President Cham­ber Khawaja Abid and Director Sialkot Airport Mian Atiq said that the devel­opment of technology and for local industry development, this university will be able to provide skilled man­power to the cottage industry of Si­alkot through its PhD level educational programs in Industrial, Manufacturing and Mechanics, Chemical and Material, Artificial and Agricultural Engineering including Information Technology and Industrial Biotechnology.


A blood camp organised by District Lions Club N2 305 was organised at Sundus Foundation in which former President Sialkot Chamber of Com­merce and Industry (SCCI), Tahir Ka­pur and District Governor Faizan Ma­jeed said that life depends on blood, blood donation. Karna Sadaqa is go­ing on, we can save many innocent lives by donating blood, our young Lions are always present to donate blood for the treatment of children under treatment at Sundus Founda­tion, he said that the aim of the blood camp is thalassemia patients.

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