Haripur, In a significant step towards collaborative development and biosecurity, the University of Haripur has entered into a partnership with the Pakistan Biological Safety Association. This alliance was formalized through a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) aimed at enhancing student and faculty welfare, as well as developing joint strategies for biological safety.
According to The University of Haripur, the MoU signing ceremony was attended by notable figures including the Vice Chancellor Professor Dr. Shafiq Ur Rehman, Registrar Mr. Riaz Muhammad, and Assistant Professor Dr. Shahbaz Ahmed Zaki from the Department of Public Health and Nutrition. The Pakistan Biological Safety Association was represented by President Dr. Saeed Khan and General Secretary Dr. Javed Muhammad, with Dr. Khan officially signing the MoU alongside Vice-Chancellor Prof. Dr. Shafiq Ur Rehman.
The primary goal of this collaboration is to foster mutual support in policy planning, offer scholarships for certification programs, and develop effective strategies, particularly in the realm of biological waste management. This partnership is expected to lead to significant advancements in the university’s overall development.
Additionally, the University of Haripur’s Public Health Department committed to launching various safety and biosecurity programs in conjunction with the Pakistan Biological Safety Association. These initiatives are designed to enhance safety measures and promote biosecurity awareness within the university and beyond.