FAISALABAD: Vice Chancellor (VC) University of Agriculture Faisalabad (UAF) Prof Dr. Iqrar Ahmad Khan has said that the University is making all out efforts to flourish the agriculture sector with trained manpower and researches.
Addressing the concluding session of UAF’s 7th five-day Indigenous On-campus Training organized by the Office of Research Innovation Commercialization (ORIC) on Saturday, Prof. Dr. Iqrar Ahmad Khan said that keeping in view the latest demand, the UAF has paced up its outreach programme to transform the knowledge at the doorstep of the farming community. He said that skilled manpower will open up new chapter of progress for the country.
The training was an initiative of Higher Education Commission (HEC) aimed at sharpening the management and administrative skills of the staff.
Speaking on the occasion, ORIC Director Prof Dr Asif Ali said that we need to get the benefit from the modern technologies. He said that training was aimed at polishing the skills of the administrative staff. He said the skilled manpower was the guarantee of the bright future.
The trainers included Quality Enhancement Cell Director Dr Ahrar Ahmad Khan; Director IT Farjeel Javed, Computer Sciences Chairman Tasneem Mustafa, Assistant Prof Dr Saqib Ali, Lecturer Salman Afsar, Lecturer Wajeeha Azmat, Ayesha Asghar and others.