LAHORE, In a significant development for academic research, Punjab University has inaugurated a new building at its School of Chemistry. The Vice Chancellor, Prof Dr. Khalid Mahmood, officiated the opening ceremony, emphasizing the importance of research that aligns with societal needs and market trends.
According to the University of the Punjab, Prof Dr. Khalid Mahmood, in his inaugural address, highlighted the crucial role of collaborative efforts across departments for the educational advancement of Punjab University. The ceremony saw the attendance of notable personalities including the Director of the School of Chemistry, Dr. Muhammad Abdul Qadir, and other dignitaries such as Registrar Dr. Ahmed Islam, Chief Engineer Faiz-ul-Hassan Sipra, and Resident Auditor Mian Khalid Mehmood.
During the event, Dr. Mahmood commended the School of Chemistry’s initiative in utilizing its own resources for the construction of the building. In his speech, Dr. Abdul Qadir took the audience through the School’s historic journey, touching upon its educational achievements and contributions to the university’s ranking.
The new facility boasts ten rooms and two advanced laboratories, as described by Faiz-ul-Hassan Sipra, pointing towards ongoing efforts to enhance the university’s infrastructure. The School of Chemistry, through these new developments, is set to bolster its role in educational excellence and research innovation.