SSUET plans to construct a new block



Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology is going to construct Ground plus 10-floor block.

In this regard, a presentation was given to Sardar Yasin Malik at the university campus to highlight the construction and financial details. Registrar Syed Sarfraz Ali gave an elaborate presentation on the construction of the new block at the campus, featuring the developmental journey of the university.

Speaking on the occasion, Sardar Yasin Malik, Member of the SSUET Board of Governors, said that one should not forget his past, and must remember the old days of poverty. The past is a mirror of your struggle and difficult journey. Today you have more opportunities and facilities available than before. By using modern technology, you can lead your economy towards improvement in which education plays a central role.

He suggested that students should be given scholarships from the very beginning so that they may not be deprived of education due to financial constraints and they may focus on education with full determination and dedication. Sardar Yasin Malik assured the SSUET management that he would extend all possible support in the construction of the building.

Chancellor SSUET, Jawaid Anwar said that Sardar Yasin Malik is a God-fearing person with positive thinking and is fully dedicated to the promotion of education. Many institutions in Karachi are running with his support and funding. His presence has been our source of strength and we hope that his patronage and support will always be with us. The university needs his cooperation in the construction of the new building.

Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Vali Uddin said that efforts of Sardar Yasin Malik in the field of education and health is commendable. We always needed his guidance and advice.

The construction cost of the new block of Sir Syed University was presented to Sardar Yasin Malik for favourable consideration.

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