Guardian UAJK holds annual ceremony 2023

Guardian UAJK holds annual ceremony 2023

Guardian ceremony 2023 UAJK

Guardian UAJK, an education-focused organization that provides financial assistance to underprivileged students, organized its annual ceremony 2023. Prof Dr Muhammad Kaleem Abbasi, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Azad Jammu and Kashmir (UAJKwas the chief guest.

Prof Dr Muhammad Kaleem Abbasi extended an invitation to the university community, members of civil society, and the trader’s fraternity, urging them to join hands and collectively contribute to the strengthening of important national institutions such as the UAJK. He highlighted the significant progress made by UAJK in recent years through institutional reforms and improved infrastructure, fostering an environment conducive to learning.

Regrettably, the Vice-Chancellor acknowledged the persistent attempts by vested interests to tarnish the university’s reputation and discourage its administration by spreading baseless accusations. In light of this, he called upon socially conscious citizens to come forward and counteract these negative forces in the greater national interest.

Expressing appreciation for the efforts of Guardian in student welfare, Prof Dr Muhammad Kaleem Abbasi urged the organization to continue their current interventions and raise awareness among students about the scholarship opportunities available at UAJK.

The event included the screening of a documentary showcasing the notable progress achieved by AJKU. Distinguished speakers, including Dean of Social Sciences Prof Dr Syed Nadeem Haider Bukhari, Secretary of Pakistan Red Crescent Society AJK Branch Ms Gulzar Fatima, Director of SOS Village, a prominent businessman, and Councilor Muzaffarabad City Rashid Awan, and Director of Students Affairs Dr Imtiaz Awan, also addressed the gathering.

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