IUB contributing in socio-economic uplift of South Punjab: VC

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Our Correspondent
Bahawalpur

The Islamia University of Bahawalpur is contributing towards the socio-economic development of South Punjab and approximately 90 per cent of its students belong to three divisions of South Punjab.

This was stated by Vice-Chancellor of the Islamia University of Bahawalpur, while talking to media here Tuesday.

He said that many students hailing from Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa are also studying at the university. He told that the 2.5 MW solar plant of the university has been completed and will start functioning from next month.

He told that in the future 500 KW solar electricity is expected to be produced from the solar panels installed on the top of the parking of the Faculty of Management Science building.

Vice-Chancellor told that the infrastructure of the university is being improved to meet the needs of increased number of students and teaching departments.

He told that 40 new classrooms have been added to the old building of the Faculty of Engineering while a new floor is constructed on the building of the College of Art and Design.

He told that the building of the Faculty of Islamic Learning has been revamped.

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