SSUET introduces three new programs

December 3, 2013 Off By Web Desk

KARACHI: The Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology is fast progressing because of its highest quality of education and best possible facilities available to its students.

This was stated by the President Aligarh Muslim University Old Boys’ Association (AMUOBA) and Chancellor SSUET, Engr. Muhammad Adil Usman while addressing the Annual General Body of AMUOBA.

He described introduction of three new programs of Architecture, Software Engineering and Bio Informatics from the 2014 academic session as a vivid proof of the development and success of the university.

He said that since its inception, the university not only focused on providing best and most modern education but also produced a large number of engineers who have demonstrated their talent and skill all over the world.

Adil Usman pointed out that a major character of this university is that no student is deprived from acquisition of education merely because of financial constraints but poor and deserving students are financially assisted and during the last academic year about Rs 35 million were given to 1884 boys and girls as scholarship and financial support.

He said that establishment of CISCO Academy at SSUET was an important achievement and besides education in networking, the university has been made a center of online examination. Chancellor SSUET was of view that it was the only university in the private sector where extra-curricular activities are fully encouraged and its students won top positions in various important national and provincial events besides sports and which speaks of their talents.

Emphasizing upon making the promotion and persuasion of education mission of Sir Syed Ahmed Khan as AMUOBA’s foremost objective; he committed not to ignore the element of merit to achieve highest educational standards at SSUET. He specially recalled the services of AMUOBA’s late President Z. A. Nizami and its late Secretary Mohammed Zakir Ali Khan and said that foundation stone of a new 8-story academic block at the campus has been laid and construction work started in full swing.

Earlier the AMUOBA’s Secretary Mukhtar Ahmed Naqvi presented the Association’s Annual Report highlighting the successes made towards the achievement of its objectives. The meeting approved the minutes of AMUOBA’s previous AGM. The Treasurer SSUET, Salman Sualeh presented the audited accounts of the Association.