Univer­sity to ful­fill cit­i­zens’ need

Pakistan Observer - - NATIONAL - HY­DER­ABAD—

For­mer dis­trict nazim Hy­der­abad, Kan­war Naveed Jamil has said that Hy­der­abad Univer­sity was be- ing es­tab­lished to ful­fill years- old de­mand of Hy­der­abad’s cit­i­zens.

He said this while speak­ing at a press con­fer­ence held here fol­low­ing the an­nounce­ment of set­ting up the Univer- sity within Hy­der­abad city by well known busi­ness­man Riaz Ma­lik.

“The Univer­sity is be­ing con­structed by Chair­man Bahria Foun­da­tion, Riaz Ma­lik and its con­struc­tion would be com­pleted within a year”, he said.

The Univer­sity would be named after the chief of MQM, Altaf Hus­sain be­cause the whole credit goes to Altaf Hus­sain for set­ting up of the Univer­sity here, he added.

De­spite be­ing a pri­vate Univer­sity, its fees would be lower than other pub­lic sec­tor Universi-ties in the prov­ince and 20 per cent de­serv­ing stu­dents would get a com­plete waiver, Kan- war Naveed said.

Naveed fur­ther said that all de­sir­ing stu­dents the across coun­try could seek ad­mis­sion to the Univer­sity with­out any dis-crim­i­na­tion.—APP

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