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United States expulsion a must to save mankind: Punjab University Vice-Chancellor

Lahore: Punjab University Institute of Business and Information Technology (IBIT) organized an orientation ceremony for the newly-admitted students of academic session 2011-12 here at the Institute on Friday.

Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Mujahid Kamran was the chief guest while Dean Faculty of Economics and Management Sciences Prof Dr Muhammad Ehsan Malik, Institute Director Prof Dr Syed Mansoor Sarwar, faculty members and a large number of newcomers were also present on the occasion.

Addressing the ceremony, Vice-Chancellor Dr Mujahid Kamran said the expulsion of American forces from Afghanistan was very much needed for the freedom of human kind. He said a group of rich families was the enemy of Americans and all human kind which owned all multi-national companies of the world.

But now the Americans have stood against this group in the shape of “Occupy Wall Street, he said, adding no news regarding protest were coming out as 80 percent of US media were in custody of this group. He appealed to Pakistan media to utilize their own resources instead of depending on foreign media agencies in this regard.

He said this organized group had been working secretly since 250 years and they own more wealth than the world’s GDP, which is $70 trillion dollars. He said the US president and all officials posted on important ranks were chosen by this group and anyone who refused to accept their command, either his voice was pressed or he was murdered.

“The objective of this group was to establish “One World Government” to control the resources all over the world,” he said. Dr Mujahid Kamran said Pakistan leadership and people, using all their capabilities and passion, could expel the US because the acquitment of human kind was in repulsion of US from the region.

He said the creators of knowledge had always been in power. The fall of Muslims began when their names were no more in inventions. He said unfortunately Muslims were most uneducated among all the leading nations.

He advised the students to understand issues and be honest with their work. He asked them to learn things and then remember. He also advised them to prepare notes of their lectures on daily-basis. The Vice-Chancellor advised them to keep big goals before them and have big targets only then they will work more hard.

Earlier, in his welcome address, Prof Dr Syed Mansoor Sarwar presented the progress report of the Institute and said three faculty members of the Institute had been pursuing their PhD. Last year 15 research papers and nine books of faculty members were published.

He said the Institute had produced over 1200 graduates during last ten years who had been serving multi-national companies. He advised the students to adopt responsible attitude on the campus being Pakistani.

Speaking on the occasion, Prof Dr Muhammad Ehsan Malik said the person who worked hard had the right to govern. Everybody had God-gifted capabilities but change brings only one who got education and worked hard. He said Almighty Allah loves those who focused on universe. He said the teachers would have to be role model for the welfare of students.

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Punjab University
Tel: +9242 9923 1102
Fax: +9242 9923 1103
Email: registrar@pu.edu.pk

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