UoG School of Law gets water filtration plant

Staff Reporter

The University of Gujrat (UoG) Vice-Chancellor inaugurated a water filtration plant and new moot court at UoG School of Law the other day.

Prof. Dr Shabbar Atiq, who attended the opening ceremony as chief guest, lauded the philanthropic role of industry magnates and local businessmen as well as members of the local bar. He thanked them all for generously supporting the projects.

Head School of Law Dr Rao Qasim Idrees, Director Campus Ghulam Mustafa Meer, director works, faculty members and other staff of School of Law, the donors, senior members of the bar and local businessmen attended the inauguration ceremony.

Prof. Dr Shabbar Atiq also visited the recently renovated buildings of various departments at the School of Law.

Meanwhuile, The fourth death anniversary of Dr Ruth Katherina Martha Pfau, who devoted more than 55 years of her life to fighting leprosy in Pakistan was observed on Tuesday.

She was a German-Pakistani Catholic nun of the Society of the Daughters of the Heart of Mary, and a physician.

She moved from Germany to Pakistan in 1961. Her matchless services for humanity, society and Pakistan will forever shine as a golden part of history.

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