National Textile University PEC accreditation issue
NTUF students seek PEC accreditation
Islamabad, April 16, 2008: About 200 students of the National Textile University Faisalabad
(NTUF) on Tuesday staged a protest demonstration in front of Parliament House,
seeking accreditation of their university with Pakistan Engineering Council
(PEC). The students said management of their university was not serious
to secure future of 800 students, currently admitted to the university.
They said no one would give them jobs if their degrees were not accepted
by the PEC. They said the university was accredited with the PEC conditionally
but the management failed to fulfil the requirements and lost the accreditation.
They said the university should be run under the Education Ministry.
They said parliamentarians, especially the education minister, should take note
of their concerns.
They shouted "save our future" and "help us" and
vowed to continue protest until their complaints were addressed. The heavy rain
could not remove them from in front of the Parliament House. Daily Times
"well thx alot 4 takin our problem under consideration, v d studentts ov NTU r relly sufferin now a days bcz our uni has been closed n no accedmic activities r being held,infact iz strictly prohibited,plz try 2 make HEC n federal ministry of textile beware ov dis issue,so dat dy cn take der active part in solvin d issue,as dy`ve taken NTU under der supervission n mentioned it in der site also, th 4 d help, n w8in dis in future 2."
Name: tehmina shahid
City, Country: islamabad, Pakistan
"I m the student of NTU. And facing very much difficulties bcoz w r not enjoying our equal rights. Our rights are very simple which are given to every "ENGINEER" in the Pakistan. We want simply "PEC ACCREDITATION". And we think, it is our legal right. And please pay attention to our issue and solve it, it is my appeal to our Govt. of Pakistan. Thank you ."
Name: shahzad raza
City, Country: Muzzaffar Garh, Pakistan
"I am taking admission this year at NTU becoz its my aim to become a textile Engg. but due to this PEC accredation issue i am really worried We can not even write Engineers after graduating from this university I want the Press to plz transfer our vioce to the respected authorities especially Pakistan Government members and HEC Hope his issue will be resolved soon."
Name: Nauman Ali
City, Country: Faisalabad, Pakistan
"Its very sad to hear that still recognition of PEC is not granted to NTU which is the only institution in the country whose degree is recognized not only by Textile Institute Manchester but also its graduates are heading the manufacturing organizations throughout country. I advise students to be firm on this demand otherwise they will loose quite a few ecellent oppurtunities in their practical life to graduates from so called top universities. I wish you good luck."
City, Country: hyderabad, Pakistan
"time and name of ntu is going to close bcoz many istitutuons batter then ntu are beating it. so say no to NTU."
City, Country: lahore, Pakistan
"Time will prove that the graduates of ntu can do much better in the field because they are trained technically and as well as spiritually to face the difficulties of the production environment. no one istitute in the pakistan can compete this institute. i pray for all the graduates of ntu. May God bless this institute."
Name: UMAR SIAL
City, Country: sargodha, Pakistan
FJWU students win prizes in declamation
Rawalpindi: Students of Department of Communication Sciences, Fatima Jinnah
Women University (FJWU) brought honour for their institution by winning three
prizes in the All Pakistan Bilingual Declamation Contest held at the University
of Arid Agriculture, Rawalpindi (UAAR).
In total, 16 teams from
different institutions from all over the country took part in the
Hifsa Saeeda of Bachelors of Communication Sciences
Department of FJWU secured third position in the category of Urdu debates. She
spoke on the topic 'Mujhe Rahzanon se Gila Nahin, Teri Rahbari ka Sawal Hai'.
Hadia Rahman of the women university stood second in the category of English
debates on the topic "Marriage is lottery". A 'mehfil-e-mushaira' was also held
at UAAR and Nazia Noreen of Masters of Communication Sciences achieved second
position in the category of 'gazal'.
Vice Chancellor FJWU Professor Dr
Saeeda Asadullah Khan appreciated the outstanding efforts of the students and
congratulated them on their achievements. The News
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