SMIU to organize Job Fest and Student’s Week

SMIU to organize Job Fest and Student’s Week

SMIU Job Fest

Sindh Madressatul Islam University’s (SMIU) Directorate of Students’ Affairs in collaboration with the SMIU faculty is organizing the “SMIU Job Fest” on 31st May on the premises of SMIU, while the Student’s Week will be organized from 1st June at the campus.

In this respect, a meeting was held in the Conference Room of SMIU on Wednesday, which was chaired by Vice-Chancellor SMIU Prof Dr Mujeebuddin Sahrai Memon. In the meeting, all arrangements for the “SMIU Job Fest” and “Students Week” were reviewed in detail and some important decisions were taken.

Addressing the meeting Vice Chancellor Dr Mujeebuddin Sahrai said that SMIU is going to organize a mega event for students. “We prefer to organize student-centered activities, and students must be involved in all programmers,” the vice chancellor said and added that after covid-19, the situation has become a little bit normal so we should start the activities that could benefit the students. Dr Sahrai also appreciated the Director of the Directorate of Student’s Affairs Dr Asif Ali Wagan and his team for organizing the most meaningful events.

Dr Asif Ali Wagan informed the meeting that about 30 companies including banks are participating in the Job Fair. Similarly, apart from various stalls students have prepared a number of programs during the Student’s Week including debates, declamation contests, poetry recitation sessions and workshops etc.  Dr Abdul Hafeez Khan, Advisor to VC SMIU on academic briefed the meeting about the participation of students and faculty in the above-mentioned fairs.

Other officials of SMIU who attended the meeting were registrar, chairpersons of different academic departments, directors of various departments and other concerned officials.

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