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The Sapling Project, which is a signature project aiming to plant around 500 plants

The Sapling Project, which is a signature project aiming to plant around 500 plants, was inaugurated on 2 March, 2018 at the Dr. Ziauddin University, Clifton. National Forum of Environment and Health and Ziuaddin University have collaborated for this environment friendly venture for a greener Pakistan.

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CME Seminar On “Strategies To Prevent Health Care-Associated Infections (HAI) In Pediatric Critical Care Units “

Ziauddin University organising CME Seminar On “Strategies To Prevent Health Care-Associated Infections (HAI) In Pediatric Critical Care Units ” at Seminar Room Ground Floor Dr. Ziauddin Hospital North Campus.

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Ziauddin University hosts dialogue program ‘Promoting Tolerance in Youth’

KARACHI – January 23, 2018: Ziauddin University hosted a ‘ZU Dialogue Program’ on the topic of‘Promoting Tolerance in Youth’ at Ziauddin University, Clifton campus.

Vice Chancellor, Ziauddin University, Dr. Pirzada Qasim Raza Siddiqui, addressing the audience said that active participation of all the factions of the society including the students is predominant in reducing the level of intolerance, anxiety and frustration from the society.It is also the responsibility of the religious scholars to educate the people on the subject of tolerance and acceptance on daily basis, he added.

“it is appalling that in our country approximately more than 20 million children do not attend their schools due to which the rate of illiteracy is extremely exorbitant which is significantly increasing the wave of incitement and deprivation in the society. He also advised the students to actively participate in creating awareness in their social circles, families to focus on education and learning at every stage”, he further said.

Speaking to the audience, Barrister Shahida Jamil said that education is the only key through which a tolerant society can be formed. It is the need of the hour to inculcate all such teachings of Islam and Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) that truly propagates the message of tolerance, respect, freedom of expression and equality irrespective of any kind of discrimination as it is an undeniable fact that the outcome of prejudice is nothing else than huge destruction.

“Since last 70 years we have survived a lot on account of intolerance. Whether it is about partition of Bangladesh in 1971 or any other grave incident, all happened due to the element non-acceptance of each other rights and prerogatives”, she further said.

Renowned Psychologist and Assistant Director Pakistan, Institute of Learning and Living (PILL), Dr. Tayyeba Kiran said that the role of parent is pivotal in educating the children in the right direction. From the very initial stage of infancy, parents should teach their children how to control the anger and must refrain from comparing the ability and skills of their children to that of any other relative or friend child, as this will certainly create the element of frustration or lack of enthusiasm in the child. So it is better to instill optimism and assurance among adolescent at every stage. Apart from this, teachers should also try to develop such a healthy environment where students should be well aware of stress management and its consequences. Founder Chairman, Youth Parliament, Rizwan Jaffar said that for promoting an adequate level of tolerance in the society, it is important that individuals in any capacity should develop a sense of readily accepting each other values, perceptions and beliefs. He said that the role of government is of utmost importance in this regard as it is evident that whenever there exists a huge failure in the implementation of rule of law the people naturally becomes intolerant and frustrated on account of social injustices and discriminations. It is the dire responsibility of the government as well as the leaders to ensure transparent compliance procedure at every place and should provide all basic amenities to the people that will synonymously play a vital role in reducing the existing wave of aggravation and enragement in the society as well as youth, he added.

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Ziauddin University organized a Commencement Day ceremony for the Ziauddin College of Speech Language & Hearing Sciences Batch – XI

Karachi – January 9, 2018: Ziauddin University organized a Commencement Day ceremony for the Ziauddin College of Speech Language & Hearing Sciences Batch – XI

Chief Guest of the event Ameena Saiyid, Managing Director, Oxford University Press in Pakistan said that “Communication is very essential in current situation without communication it is impossible to resolve issues and I am confident that after completing your studies all of you will go out and contribute your part for our society and communicate with them”.

While addressing the Orientation Day ceremony as a Guest of Honor Sheema Kermani, Social Activist, Theater Director and an exponent of Bharatnatyam dance said Music and Art regenerate the brain cells and make us feel relaxed. That’s why people in west consider it as a therapy. Unluckily we do not have such facilities in our country for disabled people.

She directly talked to the students and said “Take all your talent to small towns where people are poor and not educated enough to understand about these type of speech and hearing issues so go and help them out”.

Prof Dr Pirzada Qasim, Vice Chancellor, Ziauddin University welcomed the new batch and said that in Pakistan there are more than 23 million children who have communication disability and total number of therapist for this problem is not even 100. I am feeling proud for you all to choose this specific area”.

Earlier, Ms Amina Siddiqui Principle of ZCSLHS Clifton campus in her welcome address appreciated the students of the11th batch of ZCSLHS and wished them good luck for their future educational journey.