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.

BLOOD CAMP SETS UP AT SUNDUS FOUNDATION 

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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