Chairman PRCS Abrar-ul-Haq Visits NUST; Vows To Enhance Bilateral Ties To Achieve National Objectives


Mr Abrar-ul-Haq, Chairman Pakistan Red Crescent Society (PRCS), visited the National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST) on Tuesday. Upon appearance, the visitor was welcomed by Lt Gen Naweed Zaman, HI (M), (Retd), Rector NUST, trailed by a one-on-one gathering between the two. Referring to his broad involvement with adapting to cataclysmic events, his magnanimous activities, and commitments as the main Human Rights Ambassador to the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), the Rector saluted Mr. Abrar-ul-Haq on as of late expecting the charge of Chairman PRCS.

He trusted that under his capable authority, the organization would stir its way up in accomplishing the well-characterized goals, which draw upon the 7 key standards of the RCRC Movement, in particular Humanity, Impartiality, Neutrality, Independence, Voluntary Service, Unity, and Universality.

Afterward, the visitor was given a far-reaching preparation on NUST, featuring the college’s national and worldwide accomplishments, including its pined for positioning among World and Asian colleges, and its endeavors to advance development, business enterprise, and commercialization of advances.

Recognizing the laudable achievements of NUST, the Chairman, bury alia, complimented the USR-driven activities of the college, for example, the UN SDGs-adjusted R&D, outreach programs for the oppressed understudies, enrichment foundation for monetarily tested understudies selected at NUST, and a horde of in all cases municipal commitment and Community Service activities, and so on. He communicated his perception in promoting PRCS’s coordinated effort with NUST in scope of pre-characterized and new zones, to benefit networks on the loose. Responding on a similar wavelength, the Rector guaranteed the Chairman of NUST’s help and collaboration in different activities of national noteworthiness.

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