Independence Day celebrations underway at SU

IMG_6371JAMSHORO: The 72nd Independence Day of Pakistan is being celebrated at the University of Sindh, Jamshoro with unprecedented enthusiasm and fervour amid series of events.

The main feature of the day long celebrations was organized at vice chancellor house where the VC Prof. Dr. Fateh Muhammad Burfat hoisted the national flag along with deans of various faculties, directors of institutes/ centers, heads of academic departments and administrative sections.

On the occasion, the atmosphere took on an electric animation as the mesmerizing tunes of national anthem went afloat across the width and breadth of VC house packed with faculty, officers, employees and their families.

Afterwards, a national song “Sohni Dharti Allah Rakhay Qadam Qadam Abad” was sung by Junaid Malik and Salal Mughal with national zeal and zest compelling the audience to sway and swoon to the bewitching beats of the number. This duet (Milli Naghma) spellbound the mesmerizing listeners immensely.

Addressing the ceremony, the vice chancellor Prof. Dr. Fateh Muhammad Burfat said that Pakistan was their pride, identity, love and land that had come into being on account of innumerable sacrifices of their elders.


“This day reminds us of the formidable pre-independence ordeals our elders had to undergo before they became able to seek a separate independent state for us”, he said and added that it reminded Pakistani masses of their predecessors’ inspiring struggle.

He said that the Independence Day brought before the nation the unforgettable commitment, conviction and success of the leaders under the awe-inspiring leadership of Quaid-e- Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah.

The Vice Chancellor further maintained that it became collective obligation of all to serve Pakistan to the best of their ability, acumen, conscience and individual integrity.

He said that India had stretched itself to the ultimate limits of brutal excesses in utter disregard and blatant violations of UN resolutions in the matter in the Held Kashmir.

“Dropping of cluster munitions, restricting public movement, scuffling freedom of expression as well as opinion and subjecting the populace to the worst imaginable atrocities are doomed to disappear soon as people, armed forces and Government of Pakistan continue supporting their innocent Kashmiri brethren.” he said.

The dawn of freedom for Kashmiris is about to arrive and Kashmir is going to be part of Pakistan, Dr. Burfat said.

IMG_6372It may be noted the series of events are further lined up; as after 3 pm the general officer commanding (GOC) Hyderabad Major General Muhammad Kashif Azad, additional inspector general (AIG) Hyderabad division and other dignitaries would grace the occasion with their presence. The friendly cricket and football matches would be played between Sindh police and university faculty. Besides, a number of other activities including flag march with scout band, girl karate display, musical performances, national theme tableau/ theatre and other national performances. VC Dr. Burfat would address the ceremony and SSP Jamshoro Tauqeer Muhammad Naeem will pay vote of thanks.

SU, New Ports Institute sign MoU for research and development

VC-SU Dr. Burfat and New ports chancellor Dr. Huma Bokhari .JPGJAMSHORO: A Memorandum o Understanding (MoU) for academic, research, development and educational cooperation between University of Sindh, Jamshoro and New Ports Institute of Communication and Economics was signed at SU vice chancellor’s office on Wednesday.

The University of Sindh, Jamshoro was represented by SU vice chancellor Prof. Dr. Fateh Muhammad Burfat and the New Ports Institute of Communication and Economics (NICE), Karachi was represented by its chancellor Dr. Huma Bokhari.

The MoU provides for the exchange of staff, scholars, students, academic information and materials in the belief that the research and education processes at both universities/ Institutes would be enhanced and that mutual understanding between their respective staff, scholars and students would be increased by the establishment of this exchange program.

The University/ Institute agreed to promote the following exchange programs based on their respective academic and education needs including help to promote culture, heritage and art of both institutions, establish a working group to promote collaboration and look for new avenues for cooperation, exchange of scholars and staff, exchange of undergraduate and graduate students, exchange of academic information and materials, joint research activities and publications, participation in conferences and academic meetings, other academic exchanges that both universities would agree to.

As per the signed MoU, both institutions shall designate a program officer to develop and co-ordinate the specific programs agreed upon.


SU extends date of submission of forms in affiliated law colleges

JAMSHORO: The controller of Examinations (Annual) University of Sindh, Jamshoro has notified for information to all concerned candidates that schedule for filling in the examination forms for appearing in L.L.B part-I, II and III (Fresh and Failure) annual examinations 2018 is hereby revised as ahead: without late fees up to 20-08-2019, with late fees of Rs. 1500/- with effect from 21-08-2019 to 26-08-2019, with late fees of Rs. 3000/- with effect from 27-08-2019 to 02-09-2019, with late fees of Rs. 5000/- with effect from 03-09-2019 to 09-09-2019.



Minority students at SU receive scholarship cheques

JAMSHORO: As many as 14 minority students of Sindh University were awarded scholarships under scheduled cast financial scheme. In this connection, a simple yet sober ceremony was organized by the varsity’s financial Aid office at the office of SU vice chancellor. Each recipient was disbursed a handsome amount. Director SU-FAO Dr. Fiza Qureshi informed that the said grant had come from Deputy Commissioner Tharparkar at Mithi. However, the scholarship award was conferred after rigorous investigation and interview process in the interest of transparency and merit. SU-FAO Case Analyst Qamar Nangraj was also present on the occasion.

The students who received award included Akash, Bhagwan Das, Gunesh Kumar, Kantesh, Kelash, Manuj, Nihal chand, Parkash, Santosh Kumar, Sarwan, Shankar Lal, Tirath Kolhi, Tirath Meghwar and Vinod.

Sindh University vice chancellor Prof. Dr. Fateh Muhammad Burfat urged upon recipients to strive hard to achieve excellence in their respective fields.



Rich tributes paid to the services of comrade Taj Muhammad Abro at Sindh University

JAMSHORO: Speakers have paid glowing tribute to late comrade Taj Mohammad Abro for his unwavering services in the field of literature, social service, dispensation of justice and welfare of the downtrodden and oppressed people of Sindhi society.

They said that he was not only a great writer but was also an equally great intellectual, educationist, journalist and judge.

This they said while speaking at a gathering organized by the Institute of Art & Design, University of Sindh Jamshoro at Benazir Bhutto gallery here on Thursday to mark comrade Abro’s 95th birth anniversary.

Sindh University Vice-Chancellor Prof. Dr Fateh Muhammad Burfat in his presidential address said that comrade Abro was an exceptionally decent man and a large-hearted person who played a significant role in creating awareness among people in remote areas of Sindh for seeking education.

He urged the youth to emulate comrade Abro for not only building their future but also for securing the future of the nation. “The new generation should learn from the old and help one another and give top priority to seeking education”, he said.

Veteran intellectual, analyst, author and columnist Jami Chandio said that those who worked for the cause of humanity were always remembered in history; while the services of comrade Taj Muhammad Abro in the field of education, literature, social work and law could never be forgotten; adding that he was an upright man who never compromised on his principles.

He said that those who had rendered services for the welfare of the downtrodden like comrade Taj Muhammad Abro would always stay alive in peoples’ hearts. “He was a man of multidimensional attributes and a great writer”, Jami Chandio said.

Maulana Azizullah Bohio praised the services of comrade Taj Muhammed Abro in many fields and said that he was a great supporter of the cause of workers & peasants and always raised his voice through his pen as a journalist for the exploited masses.

He said that though comrade Abro was a session judge, yet he preferred to live as a common man of the society; adding that comrade was friend of soil and his services would remain immortal in annals in the field of literature.

Prof. Dr. Abdul Majeed Chandio said that comrade Taj Muhammad Abro was a friend of political icons like G.M. Syed, Z.A. Bhutto, and comrade Haidar Bakhsh Jatoi and was a versatile individual.

He said that late comrade was a renowned poet and author and he was considered to be the poet laureate of the Sindhi language.

The son of comrade Abro Mir Nadir Ali Abro, reminiscing the past said that their Otaq (gathering place) was situated at Larkana and everybody whether rich or poor used to be treated equally.

He told that Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto and many other prominent political leaders learnt the knack and mechanism of politics from his father, adding that comrade Abro had also founded the Sangat in Larkana to guide the people especially the youth of the era.

Director Institute of Art & Design, Sindh University Prof. Saeed Ahmed Mangi expressed that the literary services of late Taj Muhammad Abro constituted a rich portal of political history of Sindh.

The daughters of comrade Abro, Zahida Taj and Shahida Taj Abro, well-known author Fahim Noonari, Mumtaz Bhatti and others also spoke on the occasion.

On the occasion, the birthday cake was also cut celebrating the 95th anniversary of late Taj Muhammad Abro.

Earlier, a documentary on life and achievements of comrade Abro was screened amid loud accolades, applause and cheers of the mesmerized audience.



Plantation drive continues at SU as journalist Iqrar-ul-Hassan joins in the campaign

06.08.19 PlantationJAMSHORO: Senior journalist and renowned anchor-person Syed Iqrar-ul-Hassan joined Vice Chancellor, University of Sindh Prof. Dr. Fateh Muhammad Burfat as the plantation drive at SU gained fresh, increased momentum. Hundreds of varsity students also extended hand in the noble initiative.

Later, the distinguished guests and SU vice chancellor Prof. Dr. Fateh Muhammad Burfat arrived at the site near Department of Physiology to plant saplings as a gesture of endorsement and support for the ongoing drive at the varsity and to motivate students to more vigorously participate in the plantation campaign.

Thereafter, hundreds of male and female students from across 57 departments/ institutes/ centers also planted saplings at various campus sites.

In addition, a seminar at Shaikh Ayaz Auditorium of Arts Faculty Building was organized to raise awareness regarding paramount importance of plantation and hazards of deteriorating environment. The seminar was presided over by Prof. Dr. Fateh Muhammad Burfat; whereas, deans of various academic faculties, chairpersons/ directors of multiple academic departments, officers, employees, students and environmentalists were in attendance.

Address the seminar audience, SU vice chancellor Prof. Dr. Fateh Muhammad Burfat said that a total number of 40 thousand plants during the plantation drive; as many as 25,000 plants have been planted at different places of the Allama I.I Kazi campus in a month. He added that the drive will continue further in which another 50000 saplings will be planted to make the campus green and environment friendly.

“I will provide Syed Iqrar-ul-Hassan 30000 volunteers from SU to mobilize to turn Pakistan in to a green-land”, the VC asserted.

Dr. Burfat also vowed to proliferate the plantation drive to other parts of Pakistan from the premises of the varsity.

Thanking SU vice chancellor for warm welcome and gracious hospitality, Syed Iqrar-ul-Hassan observed that as a youth-mobilizing individual and as somewhat of a celebrity he reckoned it his responsibility to combat virulent effects of environmental pollution and to reduce toxicity in urban and rural pockets of Pakistan.

“We have to transmit safer, greener and more prosperous country to our succeeding generations. We have to think about next generations in Pakistan. This philosophy has brought me to Sindh University. Together, we will make Pakistan a lush green state, In-Sha-Allah”, Mr. Syed maintained.

Syed informed that he and his team had been able to plant 14 lakh saplings up until then at different places in Pakistan.

SSP Jamshoro Tauqeer Muhammad Naeem said that Syed Iqrar-ul-Hassan was a year senior to him while they studied at Government College University Lahore, adding that Syed possessed passionate flair for debate-making and social service. This is perhaps what had turned Mr. Syed into investigative journalist and a philanthropist.

Earlier, Syed Iqrar-ul-Hassan called on vice chancellor, University of Sindh Prof. Dr. Fateh Muhammad Burfat in his office; where the two exchanged views on multiple matters of mutual interests along with deliberating upon various youth-related projects and the role SU could play towards social transformation in the country.

On the occasion, SU Incharge Plantation and Beautification Dr. Nabila Shah Jeelani briefed those present about the plantation initiatives that had so far been undertaken at the campus.

Gigantic rally led by SU-VC Prof. Dr. Fateh Muhammad Burfat marks special day at SU to exhibit solidarity to Kashmiri brethren

05.08.19 Kashmir Solidarity Rally (2)JAMSHORO: Our Kashmiri brethren have rendered invaluable sacrifices. India, despite most formidable and sinister atrocities has not been able to silence the most vocal and most judicious voice of Kashmiri people. We stand in utter support of the exemplary struggle of people of Kashmir, pay them rich tribute for their sacred fight and salute their valor, courage and commitment.

The above remarks were advanced by VC-SU Prof. Dr. Fateh Muhammad Burfat in his address at a rally taken out from Allama I. I. Kazi round-about of the varsity to the campus central library by faculty, officers and students to exhibit solidarity to Kashmiri brothers and sisters.

Prof. Dr. Fateh Muhammad Burfat in his remarks further said that occupied Kashmir had been brought to witness unprecedented horrors in form of most violent massacre as India had been exploiting its inclement troops to act as ruthless oppressive machinery to stifle freedom voice of people of Kashmir.

“I insist relevant world custodian clusters to intervene, play their role to bring genocide of innocent, unarmed and peaceful freedom fighters to an end in Kashmir. India has unleashed a reign of terror there which the conscientious world quarters need to curb forthwith”, Dr. Burfat opined.

The vice chancellor added that both Pakistan as well as India could not afford indulging in yet one more war as that war would be a nuclear one, capable of jeopardizing regional as well global peace”.

Citing scholarly observations, Dr. Burfat elaborated that India, having failed in its nefarious designs to repress just struggle of people of Kashmir; had resorted to initiation of clandestine yet heinous process of demographic transformation of population to turn majority Muslim presence in the valley into a marginalized minority. This, the vice chancellor said India was doing by replicating Israeli model that helped Israel out-populate Muslims in the West Bank.

“Terrible human rights excesses, belligerent formidable violations of established international codes of conduct, subjugating peoples’ will; restricting their rightful civil, cultural, religious and political liberties, silencing their voice, suppressing their freedom is akin to subjecting them to slavery. This all, added by tremendous intensity of violence, is what makes Kashmir issue a case of worst human debacle and tragedy. And it should be perceived as such”, Dr. Fateh argued.

The participants of the rally carried placards bearing slogans in support and solidarity of their Kashmiri brethren and their rightful struggle.

Deans, academic and administrative heads, senior academicians, researchers, civil society leaders, social activists and general public vehemently participated in the rally.

On the occasion, Dr. Ishrat Afshan Abbasi, Dr. Muhammad Ramzan Kolachi, Prof. Shaaban Sahito and others also spoke.

SU Department of International Relations organized a seminar which was also presided over by SU vice chancellor Prof. Dr. Fateh Muhammad Burfat; whereas, SU additional campuses at Mirpur Khas, Badin, Dadu, Naushahero Feroz, Thatta and Larkana also marked this day in form of multiple activities.