IUB to initiate Rs4b uplift projects



Our Correspondent

The Islamia University of Bahawalpur (IUB) is going to start work on development projects worth Rs 4 billion under a public-private partnership.

The partnership signing ceremony was held at Baghdad-ul-Jadeed Campus. Vice-Chancellor Prof. Dr Athar Mahboob, Pro-Vice-Chancellor Prof. Dr Naveed Akhtar, Deans, Principal Officers and representatives of the contractor firm participated.

These projects would be completed under the Build and Transfer Model. There are the first-ever development projects in any public sector university that are a beacon for self-sufficiency and development. Under this project, three new faculty buildings would be constructed to accommodate departments of Pharmacy.

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