2 Tuesday, February 13, 2018 Metropolitan Unfair to link Mohajir community with MQM founder, MQMP: Mustafa Kamal Education of morality stressed Shura calls for Day of Morality in the country KARACHI: Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) chief Mustafa Kamal has said on Monday that it is unfair to link Mohajir community settled primarily in Karachi with founder of Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) or Muttahida Qaumi Movement Pakistan (MQMP). Kamal addressed a press conference in Karachi today and commented on division among KARACHI: The UK based historian of Pakistan cricket and renowned novelist Mr. Richard Heller has said that Master Aziz, a sports teacher and a coach of Sindh Madressatul Islam had a great contribution in promotion of cricket in early days of Pakistan. leaders and senior members of MQMP. PSP chief said that the Delivering the lecture on the subject of “Contribution of Sindh Madressatul Islam and Master Aziz towards promotion of cricket,” as a part of the international lectures, organized by SMIU at its auditorium on Monday, Mr. Richard Heller said that Master political party does not wish to give an impression of taking advantage of MQM rift. He said that Mohajir community should not be linked with one party or a politician. Statement of Kamal, a former MQM member and Karachi mayor who floated his political front early 2016 named PSP, has come a day after rabita committee of MQMP sacked party chief Dr Farooq Sattar as convener. He was replaced with Khalid Maqbool Siddique, a deputy convener who Historian of Pakistan cricket Richard Heller delivers lecture at SMIU KARACHI: VC SMIU Dr. Muhammad Ali Shaikh & UK based cricket historian Richard Heller are speaking in International Lecture at SMIU. Govt, UNICEF, AKUH embark on National Nutrition Survey Staff Reporter KARACHI: A countrywide survey to collect information on the nutritional status of women and children, food security and household water quality is about to begin under a joint collaboration between the Ministry of National Health Services, Regulations and Coordination, the Aga Khan University and UNICEF. For the first time, the 2018 National Nutrition Survey (NNS) will collect data at the district rather than provincial level, providing targeted insights about the areas that face the greatest nutrition challenges, barriers to adequate food intake and nutrition-related health status, according to speakers at the NNS launch ceremony at the Aga Khan University on Monday. The NNS will also see researchers analyse the country’s progress in nutrition since 2011, the year of the previous survey which found that more than half of all households in Pakistan suffer from food insecurity, in other words are hungry or face the threat of hunger. The 2011 survey also found that 44 per cent of children are stunted, too short for their age, and noted that the indicators of mother and child nutrition had not improved in the decade leading up to 2011. The study will see information gathered from 115,500 households, with field teams going door-todoor in villages, towns and cities across the country. The data to be collected includes blood and urine samples which will highlight the presence of key minerals for growth and good health; height and weight measurements to detect development delays; and an assessment of the state of household drinking water quality and sanitation facilities which can cause illness and malnutrition. All measures to be taken to discourage cheating in exams: Dahar KARACHI: Provincial Minister for Education and Literacy Jam Mehtab Hussain Dahar has said that all stakeholders have to work on same page to eradicate cheating in examinations and to improve education in the province and this is the only way that we can save our future generation from total destruction. This he said while presiding over the meeting of Steering Committee on Education here Sindh Assembly Building Committee Room on Monday. Secretary Colleges Pervaiz Ahmed Seehar, Special Secretary Education Schools Nasir Abbas, chairmen of all educational boards, Director General Private Institutions, representatives of private institutions , officers and educationists also attended the meeting. On this occasion Secretary Colleges Pervaiz Ahmed Seehar briefed the audience regarding objectives of the meeting. It was decided unanimously that academic session of the schools would commence from 1st April, academic session of the Cambridge O and A level would start from 1st August while academic session of the colleges would commence from 1stAugust as well. It was also decided that the students from class 1 to III would be promoted to next class on the basis of the performance and assessment . Examinations up to class VIII will be completed by 10th March and result will be announced by 31st March. Theory exams of class IX and X shall commence from 29th March and their results will be announced by 15th July by all Boards of Sindh and the Board of Secondary Education Karachi will announce the result by 31st July. Examinations of XI and XII will commence from24th April and XII result will be announced by all Boards except Karachi by 31st August while Karachi Board would announce by 15th September. Non -teaching staff will not be assigned invigilation duties in schools and colleges. KARACHI: Governer of Sindh Muhammad Zubair came to Beach Luxury Hotels(Avari Hotel International) to attend Karachi Editors Seminar as Cheif Guest were recieved by Mr. Azeem Quraeshi General Manager Beach Luxury Hotel (Avari Hotel international). enjoys the support of over 20 senior MQMP members including deputy convener Kanwar Naveed Jamil and others who announced Dr Sattar’s sacking in a press conference yesterday. Earlier last week, leaders of PSP offered dissenting members of MQMP to join PSP claiming that MQMP’s time was over and PSP was to be supported as people’s political party now. CM says 200 schools to be operated under PPP mode Aziz was Durrani by clan and basically was hailing from Afghanistan. Later he came to Sindh from Afghanistan in 1930’s and was appointed as a sports teacher at Sindh Madressatul Islam. Mr. Heller said that Master Aziz had trained a number of the best crick- KARACHI: Sindh Chief eters including Little Minister Syed Murad Ali Master Hanif Shah said on Monday that Mohammad, his brothers and others. While his son Saleem Durrani was the only and first cricketer of Afghanistan and firstly he was planning to undertake a massive rehabilitation and expansion of high enrolment schools and for the purpose, a portfolio of played there. Later 4,650 schools had been Saleem had become a selected to provide missing most important test player in India after Partition, facilities. This he said while talking but Hanif Mohammad to a high power World was a great player than Bank delegation led by its him. Mr. Richard Heller added that at that time Country Patchamuthu Director Illangovan cricket was encouraged at school, college and university who met him here to discuss the conclusion of Sindh levels, and these Education Reforms were the institutions that Programme launched in were producing good 2014-18. The WB delegation cricketers. members were Senior Director Dr. Jaime Saavedra; Practice Manager Education, South Asia Ms. Keiko Miwa, Program PILER condolences Asma's demise KARACHI: Karamat Ali, Executive Director and staff of Pakistan Institute of Labour Education and Research (PILER) on Monday expressed their profound sorrow and grief on the demise of Asma Jahangir, a senior lawyer and human rights champion, who died in Lahore on Sunday. In a condolence message to the family, Ali paid rich tribute to late Asma Jahangir who fought for upholding of democratic norms and provision of fundamental rights to people of Pakistan. “Asma fought for her entire life against dictators and anti-democratic elements,” he said adding that undemocratic rulers always have tried to spread fear in the society so that people do not raise their voice against their atrocities. Staff Reporter KARACHI: Prof Dr Muhammad Ajmal Khan, Vice-Chancellor University of Karachi has said that the university is making all efforts to promote science in the country for the sustainable development. He was delivering his presidential address at the “5th International Workshop for Capacity Building in Nematology”, jointly organized by National Nematological Research Centre (NNRC), University of Karachi, ECO Science Foundation and Pakistan Society of Nematologist held at the Professor Saleemuzzaman Siddiqui Auditorium, HEJ, Karachi University here on Monday. Higher Education Commission of Pakistan Operations and Planning member Dr Raza Bhatti, Prof Dr Manzoor Hussain Soomro, President of ECO Science Foundation (ECOSF), and others also speak on the occasion. Prof. Dr.Ajmal Khan welcomed the national and international participants to the Leader Human Development Ms. Cristina Isabel Panasco Santos, Lead Education Economist South Asia Ms. Tazeen Fasih, Ms. Umbreen Arif, Senior Education Specialist Mr. Shinsaku Nomura, Senior Economist, Ms. Marcela Gutierrez, Research Analyst, Ms. Mehreen Saeed, Communication Specialist. The chief minister was assisted by Minister Education Jam Mehtab Dahar, Chairman (P&D) Mohammad Waseem, Principal Secretary to CM Sohail Rajput, Secretary School Education Iqbal Durrani, MD Sindh Education Foundation Ms Naheed Shah Durrani. He said: “Today, we are in the era of a fourth industrial revolution. “As I took office, I declared an education emergency,” he said and added his government was taking tough actions to improve education sector through a three-pronged strategy. international workshop, said the university played an imperative role in promotion of higher education in the country. Every person who is associated with University of Karachi is required to play its role for betterment of the University. He said that varsity recently organized the country’s largest convocation. He asked the University’s faculty to increase their research publications as it is also a tool to measure excellence of the universities in the modern times. Dr Raza Bhatti said that said that journey of Higher Education Commission of Pakistan was started 15 years back. The success of the commission is the results of enormous uphill struggle. He said that HEC was focusing on the human development. The commission does funding for collaborative research, research projects and joint research programs. KARACHI: Speakers at the meeting of Shura Hamdard Karachi chapter, chaired by Justice (Rtd) Haziqul Khairi expressing their views at a local club. Mrs. Sadia Rashid, President, Hamdard Foundation Pakistan also present on the occasion . KARACHI: Speaking at a meeting of Shura Hamdard, organized by Hamdard Foundation Pakistan, to discuss the theme: “Inclusion of the subject of morality in curricula of primary an higher education,” Dost Mohammed Faizi, former Sindh minister said that keeping in view the corruption, mismanagement and moral degradation rampant in Pakistani society, it was necessary to hold a “Day of Morality” in the country and that day should be fixed on 9th January, the birthday of Hakim Mohammed Said, who not only had launched a ‘movement of voice of morality, but also brought out a magazine: “Voice of Morality” in order to promote the cause of morality and moral conduct necessary to make Pakistan a peaceful and prosperous Islamic state. The meeting was held KARACHI: In line with its social responsibility of being the nation’s bank, National Bank of Pakistan (NBP) has adopted five outpatient clinics at National Epilepsy Center (NEC) within the boundaries of Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Center (JPMC) where epilepsy patients will be provided free of cost treatment. Epilepsy is a chronic disorder and a rapidly growing disease in Pakistan. Work stress and lack of awareness are considered to be the main reasons behind this illness. With both rural and urban areas being the effected regions, a remedy for this is scarcely available within the hospitals in Pakistan. 5TH INT’L WORKSHOP FOR CAPACITY BUILDING IN NEMATOLOGY KU making all efforts to promote science in Pakistan: Dr Ajmal Chairman Pakistan Science Foundation Prof Dr Muhammad Ashraf while lauding the academic and research activities of NNRC said that NNRC has conducted a highly commendable campaign against the menace of nematode infection of agricultural crops. It has also made significant contribution in research pertaining to nematological problems and has produced trained manpower in nematology. “PSF has a long association with NNRC since last 30 years having successful joint research projects and I congratulate NNRC for having such a pertinent workshop”, he added. Prof Dr Manzoor Hussain Soomro said that the promotion of improved methods in the teaching of science was one of the prime initiatives of ECO foundation. The ECO focuses on the evaluation of the existing training facilities in the region and formulation of training programmes for building up highly skilled scientific and technical manpower, he said that maintained that the foundation also designed programmes to strengthen the scientific, engineering and research and development institutions. yesterday, chaired by Justice (Rtd) Haziqul Khairi at a local club in which participants unanimously recommended and called for a ‘Day of Morality’ in the country. ‘The need of moral conduct’s advancement in the country is felt so much at the moment as perhaps never before. Because today the crisis of morality, has become a threat to economy, stability and unity of the country and a challenge for the nation. Patience, endurance and tolerance have now become old tale in our society, he said, adding that the elite class and powers that be had no interest in moral conduct and their corruption and malpractices rendered nation in a state of moral deterioration as people got affected by the character of rulers. ‘Even so, there is a ray of hope for betterment and that is the presence of thinkers and think tanks like Hamdard Shura in our country which is no doubt promising as a society, having thinkers in its fold, can ever be failed, he asserted. Zafar Iqbal, President, Defense Residents Society said that moral conduct, good education and instruction were true ways to make a nation developed and prosperous. Lessons on morality, good physical training and basic information about sex and selfprotection should be made a part of curriculum, he added. Prof. Dr. Wiquar Ahmed Rizvi, who wrote a book, published by Sindh Text Book Board, on ‘Morality’, said it was ironic that kalenishkov culture has been inducted in Pakistani educational institutions and without curbing this culture, culture of morality could not be flourished in educational institutions and society as well. NBP adopts five outpatient clinics Mohsin Furqan, EVP/Head of CSR, National Bank of Pakistan visited NEC on behalf of Mr. Saeed Ahmad, President and CEO, NBP and presented a cheque for donation to Professor Hasan Aziz, Chairman and Administrator, NEC. “At National Bank of Pakistan, it is our priority to contribute and bring positive changes to improve the life of under privileged people under our CSR initiatives. Epilepsy is one of the most uncommon illness that still exists. Understanding the plight of underprivileged patients, we decided to support this cause by adopting these clinics, which will provide free of cost treatment to the patients. Our commitment remains to serve the society with more such noble collaborations to follow in future”, said Mr. Saeed Ahmad while stressing on significance of NBP’s initiative. While acknowledging Dr. Hasan Aziz's detailed work on Epilepsy, Mr. Saeed Ahmed said that people like Dr Aziz are an asset for Pakistan whose hard work in this field has gained worldwide appreciation for the country. NBP is one of the largest commercial bank of Pakistan and CSR is an integral part of its corporate policy. NBP has institutionalized CSR by making it a separate division and running a full-fledged program towards bringing a positive change and enhancing quality of life for the underprivileged members of our society. KARACHI: Chairman DMC Malir, Jan Muhammad Baloch along with Vice Chairman, Abdul Khaliq Marwat inspecting ongoing decoration work at Manzil Pump. KARACHI: Chairman DMC Central, Rehan Hashmi inspecting developments at Liaquatabad. KARACHI: Heavy machinery busy in cleaning work of election commission office road on the arrival of Sindh Chief Minister, Syed Murad Ali Shah.
Eleven including women, child dead in road mishap Abbas Kassar HYDERABAD: At least eleven people including nine women and a child were killed in an accident on Tando Muhammad Khan road near Husri on Monday. As per details, the accident occurred when a speedy truck collided with the Suzuki van, leaving nine women , a child and a man dead . Initial reports suggest the deceased women worked for a private sales company and they were going to a nearby village to sell the products when the incident happened. The bodies of the dead have been shifted to Civil Hospital, while three injured women also rushed to the hospital for medical treatment. ISLAMABAD: Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) here on Monday held an international conference in its endeavor to promote research culture in the country, through interactive sessions among the local and foreign academicians and scientists. The countries that were HYDERABAD: People gather at the site after traffic accident wreckage of destroyed van at the site after traffic accident collision with a passenger vehicle and truck due to over speeding at Tando Muhammad Khan road. AIOU’s holds Int'l event promoting research culture Staff Report BADIN: Badin,having population of more than 300 thousand, facing numerous hurdles and matters still lying in the dustbin of carelessness and couldn't be resolved. Poverty, unemployment, water shortage, lower rates for different crops including sugarcane being offered to growers, cleanliness, ever inundated roads and streets of the city represented at the threeday event included China, USA, UK, Germany, South Africa, South Korea, Uzbekistan and Sweden. Participants hoped that the event will bring positive results in addressing the relevant issues and expanding the scope of research. They lauded the due to impure and non satisfactory arrangements in connection of sewerage system, less interest for provision of recreational spots and events to the citizens while irrelevant interest to maintain existing such gardens and places. On the other hand, street light system of the city is always seen derailed and non functional or regular to the whole. It is learnt that more AIOU’s contribution towards academic research and linking the same with the country’s socio-economic problems. Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr. Shahid Siddiqui who presided over the inaugural session briefed the participants about the University’s recent Great cry little wool Staff Reporter JACOBABAD: If we want green Pakistan and healthy nation we will have to take step forward to plant samples for our future generation and people of Pakistan will have to incline their children to plant trees. This was said by Raaz Khan Pathan, the PTI leader to Jacobabad chapter, while inaugurating tree plantation campaign and than Rs :1.6 million budget was allocated for alteration and maintenance of non functional street system where ever needed but it is unfortunate to us that neither the system was made functional properly nor people of could get the benefit of such allocated budget. Various busy roads and streets including Karachi road, press club road, Cantt road, Khoski road, Tree plantation campaign begins planted trees at many places of Jacobabad and vowed that Pakistan Teherek-i-Insaf [PTI] wants “Green Pakistan” and better environment in Pakistan and in this relation 1000 samples would be planted in Jacobabad. Mr Khan further said that 1000 tree sample would be planted in three days for larger interests of the people of Jacobabad. Pakistan Disabled Foundation arraneges to hold disabled youth workshop Staff Reporter BADIN: Pakistan Disabled Foundation (PDF),with collaboration of ministry of youth affairs, has arranged to hold sixth all Sindh Disabled Youth workshop on 14th and 15th of February, at Badin. The workshop and conference aims to highlight the issues and matters disabled persons were facing and to create awareness among the masses in connection of importance of special persons. Representatives of local support program organization demands PM's micro loan scheme Staff Reporter BADIN: Representatives of local support program organization, union council Muhammad Khan Bhurgari, in a press release, have demanded to launch Prime Minister small and micro loan scheme which was introduced in the year 2014 and villagers of union council Muhammad Khan Bhurgari, Bhugra Memon, Seerani and Ahmed Rajo were benefited of such loan scheme without any interest. While talking with journalists Yaqoob Halepoto, chairman of the organization and others said that poor and needy villagers of different union councils were availed loan without interest to establish their smaller or micro business and it was handed over to PPAF. They said PPAF further assigned such scheme to OCT and they were directed to avail loans to those villagers Who were inhabitants of backward areas. They said after some time, manager of the OCT, committed corruption and flee from the office. They alleged that loan has been availed to citizens of Badin in spite of villagers. They demanded to conduct Inquiry of OCT and involved officials. They also demanded for re - launching of such micro loan scheme. achievements in the field of research, stating it published seventeen research journals and held twentynine national and international conferences during the last three years. It was the University’s pride that it linked the research with the society’s related issues, he added. Gharibabad and others where such pols are installed, they are non functional and providing no benefit to the citizens. It is learnt that the contact of such repair and maintenance was pleased to a figure who is considered as very near and dear to treasury benches. The budget was also drawn from the account of Municipal committee. Capital’s police blue-eyed stays for 11 years at same station Two real brothers die in road accident Our Staff Reporter SHIKARPUR: A painful accident took place at Sukkur-Larkana highway next to Madeji town in which two real brothers were killed in road accident when who were going to their village Chak, riding on their motorcycle in the limits of Gaheja Police Station, some 40 kilometers away from here on Monday evening. Ghulam Mustafa Abro, the SHO above mentioned police station, said that both the real brothers identified as Shah Zaib, of 2o, and Ali Jaan, aged around 17, son of Syed Manzoor Ali Shah, collided with Truck bearing No VLT-9909, which was coming from opposite direction when who were going to Chak town from Madeji after completing their purpose, which resulting, both the real brothers were died on the spot while Truck driver escaped away from place of incident while police have taken the truck and motorcycle into their custody, SHO said. Neither an FIR was registered nor Truck driver was arrested till filling of this news file. Bureau Report ISLAMABAD: The European Union (EU) yesterday announced 2.5m Euros of support as part of a joint project between the Punjab Forensic Science Agency (PFSA) and the British High Commission. This project is aimed at achieving international certification for the PFSA and increasing the use of forensics at provincial level to support better justice outcomes. An event was held in Lahore to celebrate the launch of this fund, attended by Punjab Additional Home Secretary Javed Mehmood, the EU Ambassador Jean- François Cautain and Tuesday, February 13, 2018 National British Political Counsellor Will Middleton. The British Political Counsellor Will Middleton said; “I am delighted to announce this funding today. The UK already has a very strong relationship with the Punjab government on justice sector reform. This is the sixth year of collaboration between the UK and the Punjab Forensic Science Agency, and I look forward to enhancing this work alongside our EU partners. Strengthening the rule of law is a priority for UK- Pakistan cooperation and I am confident that this project will further develop the Punjab Forensic Science 3 EU support for development of forensic science in Punjab Bureau Report MULTAN: The British High Commissioner (BHC) Thomas Drew visited Multan to see first-hand how the UK’s Department for International Development (DfID) is helping women and girls. Drew visited DfID-supported initiatives, including a Government Girls School, the Benazir Income Support Programme (BISP), a DAF- PAK family planning centre, and the Violence Against Women Centre. The UK is a strong supporter of women and girls in Pakistan. The UK’s Department for International Development (DfID) is working to ensure that girls stay in school longer and learn more. Since 2011, DfID’s work has helped 2.4 million girls complete their primary school education. While addressing the beneficiaries at the BISP centre, the High Commissioner expressed his pride for the UK’s support to BISP, which empowers the very poorest women to feed their families and access basic services like health and education. He was also pleased to see the services being provided at the DAFPAK family planning centre, and committed to continuing UK support for safer Agency’s capabilities in securing justice for the people of Pakistan.” The EU Ambassador Jean-François Cautain said; “The EU is committed to contributing to the better criminal justice system in Pakistan. This continuous support in the field of forensics in Punjab is a crucial part of our rule of law cooperation with the Government of Punjab. This second phase includes cooperation with other regions as a new priority area and will further improve Punjab Forensic Science Agency's capacity to share best practices with other provincial forensic laboratories in Pakistan." British High Commissioner sees work supporting women in Multan ISLAMABAD: A federal police Assistant Sub Inspector (ASI), who is blue-eyed of the high ups is deputed in rural circle for the last eleven years while violating the departmental rules. Credible sources said that ASI Tariq who is reader of ASP Ahmed Arslan of RAWALPINDI: The shortage issues prevailed Muslim Town, Sub-Divisional Police residents of different in areas the concerned Saddiqabad and other Officer (SDPO) Sihala circle is deputed for the last eleven years in rural circle localities of Rawalpindi were facing sui-gas shortage as zero gas pressure in authorities have increased prices of LNG, dry wood, coal without any cheaq areas. “Women who are not used to cooking with firewood, somehow managed of Islamabad and is the different localities of and fear. to cook meal using right hand man of land Rawalpindi forced people The areas where residents firewood and coal,” one of issue. grabbers of rural circle to go for alternative were facing low gas the resident said. Javed Bhatti, Usman Fazal, sources including firewood pressure including During the survey mort Abdul Rehman Chaudhry and coal to keep Dahmal Ashrif Colony, of the residents stated that and Mazhar Shah. The said their kitchen running and Jhanda Chichi, Chaklal government had failed to ASI is allegedly involved warm themselves in chilly Scheme-3, Rehmatabad, cope with the energy crisis, in grabbing land of the area conditions Jabir Colony,, as electricity load- in nexus with local land The sources have disclosed Gowalmandi Yousif shedding in summer and grabbers. that as sui-gas Colony, Aslam Colony, gas load-shedding in win- JAMSHORO: The Students of Institute of Art & Design, University of Sindh portrayed new horizons of thought, novel ideas & creative flair in amazing colours and forms amid an air of festivity at the institution’s Degree Show 2017 that opened here on Monday. Students through their innovative works tried to highlight various socio political issues mainly focusing gender, women empowerment, honorkilling and growing social aggression in society through their body of work. There was a great deal of diversity in the works of students belonging to different cultural backgrounds and places. childbirth, women’s nutrition and family planning. He also visited the Violence Against Women Centre which is part of the UK’s effort to empower women and minority groups by strengthening their political voice. Through this program, since 2011, more than 3300 female youth leaders have been empowered to challenge discriminatory norms in their communities across 4500 villages in 45 districts of KP and Punjab. In addition, Drew called on Shah Mahmood Qureshi, Yusuf Raza Gillani and Hina Rabbani Khar and the Multan Chamber of Commerce and Industry. LARKANA: View of site after clash between rival groups of students Quaid-e-Azam University. Two students were injured when two groups of students clashed in Quaid-e- Azam University. Police prevented the dispute from further escalation after their arrival. Number of Pindi’s localities face zero gas pressure Inaugurated by the vice chancellor of University of Sindh, Prof. Dr. Fateh Muhammad Burfat, PVC, SU Thatta Campus Prof. Dr. Sarfaraz Hussain Solangi, Dean, Faculty of Arts Prof. Dr. Syed Jawed Iqbal, Incharge Director Institute of Arts & Design Prof. Naimatullah Khilji, Prof. Saeed Ahmed Mangi, Dr. Arfana Mallah and a number of students, their relatives, friends and artists came to behold the thesis show. The event could be considered the largest of its kind organized by the Sindh University under one roof, spanning around one week. ter had become a routine. “We have registered several complaints against authority concerned but it did not pay any heed towards the alarming “Earlier, CNG stations used to be held responsible for low pressure. Now, faulty supply lines were blamed for zero gas pressure. Basically, poor management has caused the gas shortage,” they added. Students showcase smashing art work in thesis show at SU The work of students from different departments of the Institute of Art & Design, including Fine Arts, Communication Design & Textile Design was put on display. The communication design department displayed work by young inspiring male and female artists who screened a short film stressing discouragement of honor-killings. Besides, another group of equally talented students of the same department demonstrated mobile application that was designed to benefit the blind, deaf & dumb students. On the other hand, another set of motivated young artists prepared a fully furnished enclosure exhibiting art works highlighting social problems.