LMS training continued in Sindh University

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Hyderabad

The Vice Chancellor University of Sindh Jamshoro Prof. Dr Fateh Muhammad Burfat said in order to avert threats of COVID-19, the Learning Management System (LMS) was the suitable option of making higher education alive in higher learning institutions. “It tackling odds, forging ahead in the face of challenges, adopting un-deterred stance to overcome hardships through sheer hard work were some of the signs of successful leaders”, the Vice Chancellor expressed these remarks on Thursday while virtually watching over the training sessions imparted to faculties of Commerce and Business Administration, Education, Law, Natural Sciences, Social Sciences, Islamic Studies and Pharmacy led by their respective Deans.—APP

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