UET students raise funds for flood-hit people


The University of Engineering (UET) Lahore organ-ised a student-led campaign for collection of funds

to help the people affected by disastrous flood across the country.

The university students set up two camps for collecting cash and other donations. Around 140 mem-bers of 17 students societies volunteered for the noble cause, along with faculty advisers of various societies and staff of the Director Student Affairs (DSA).

Many university students, teachers and staff have made contribution to the fund.

Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr. Syed Mansoor Sarwar and DSA Prof. Dr. Asif Ali Qaiser visited the camp on Friday.

Dr Sarwar praised the efforts of students, faculty advisers, and staff for the charity works that they have undertaken

and advised the DSA to organise similar campaigns outside the university as well as on other campuses of the university. The VC also donated one lakh rupees to match the cash donations collected during the campaign thus far.

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