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BZU VC seeks contribution for textile college in Pakistan
Jan '12
Textile industrialists and millers of Pakistan have been urged to contribute for development, upgradation and advancement of the Textile Engineering College in Multan, Southern Punjab's leading education institute providing advanced training in the field of textiles.

The Institute aims at providing theoretical knowledge as well as intellectual atmosphere, with which the students as well as the faculty serve the society and contribute to their profession, the research and innovation.

Urging the industrialists to contribute for the college, Professor Dr. Alqama, Vice Chancellor of Bahauddin Zakaria University (BZU) said the college offers all-inclusive industry-responsive, broad based courses in Textile, Polymer Science, Business Administration and Textile & Apparel Design.

These courses lay emphasis on originality, creativity, analytical thinking, computing, practical problem solving and communication skills, to groom the students to step in the real professional world and function ethically and productively to contribute to global economy, he added.

The College very much encourages interaction between students and teachers by way of sharing of research experiences and extracurricular activities. Besides, it also supports co-operative educational programmes and industry internships.

He said the graduates of the Multan's Textile Engineering College are hired by the domestic textile industry, international buying houses, multinationals, academic and research institutes and Government agencies.

The BZU Vice-Chancellor said that as highly qualified people are associated with the domestic textile industry, the knowledge of these intellectuals should even prove helpful to organizations in countering global challenges.

Chairman of Multan Textile Education Trust, Mr. Khawaja Muhammad Younas stressed on the need for introducing present-day technology, modern machinery and designing to cater to the needs of global market and to boost the country's export revenues to earn the much sought after foreign-exchange for Pakistan.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India

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