A groundbreaking ceremony of the University of Education (UoE) Business School was held at DMAS-Lower mall Campus.

The foundation stone of the UoE Business School was laid by Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Talat Nasir Pasha. The building of the University of Education Business School will cover a total area of 37,966 square ft and 813 students will be benefited. The building is to be developed at a cost of Rs 267 million which will consist of classrooms, well-equipped labs and other offices.

The groundbreaking ceremony was presided over by the Director of the Division of Management and Administrative Science, Prof Dr Muhammad Shahid Tufail, while the chief guest was the Vice Chancellor, Prof Dr Talat Nasir Pasha.

Speaking on the occasion, Vice Chancellor Dr Talat Naseer Pasha said that the social and political stability of any country is related to the economy. Pakistan is facing the most economic challenges today, due to which we are not able to move forward in the race for development.

The Vice Chancellor said that the University of Education, Lahore has always realized its responsibilities and played a positive role in the development and stability of the country and today once again, with the establishment of this School, we have proven ourselves as a responsible state institution.

Thousands of students from this business school will perform the duty of national service. Equipped with state-of-the-art facilities, this school will provide world-class education and training to the students so that they do not feel inferior at any level, he added.

On this occasion, Pro Vice Chancellor Professor Dr Muhammad Arshad, students, and heads of Lahore-based UoE Campuses and Divisions were also present.

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Arsalan Haider is a reporter at Academia Mag and has worked with leading national dailies and news channels. He tweets @arsalanhaider14

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