IBA’s students get first aid training

June 15, 2015 Off By Web Desk

KARACHI: The University of Karachi’s Institute of Business Administration’ (IBA) students were trained on first aid and rescue skills by Jafaria Disaster Management Cell (JDC), a welfare organization here on Tuesday.

At least 33 students including girls from IBA and two other students from Behria University, Karachi were trained of how to give first aid and rescue others in emergency situations.

On the occasion, JDC’ General Secretary Zafar Abbas said to rescue a person saves humanity. He said developed countries develop rescue skills of their citizens since their schooling. He regretted that we lack such valuable training in our educational institutions.

He said JDC is providing rescue trainings to different university students so that they can face emergency situation.

IBA students have been trained by JDC’ Deputy Rescue Chief Akbar Zaidi and other trained staff.

It may be noted that, KU’s Department of Commerce, Physics, and some others had also been given trainings by JDC in the past.