‘Law college to help in local development’

Speakers stress the need for a good legal education institution in Kahuta.


Our Correspondent August 19, 2021

RAWALPINDI:

The establishment of a law college in Kahuta tehsil will help in local development, said eminent religious scholar Dr Sahibzada Sajidur Rehman.

He said there was a need for a good legal education institution in Kahuta. Therefore, the college was started in 2017, but it took three years to complete building’s construction.

Dr Rehman said that carrying forward the vision of his elders, a uniform system of education has been introduced here that is a combination of religious and secular education. The curriculum has been finalised on the advice of reputable names from the education sector. Education is also being provided to girls from class I to FSC, he said.

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“This law college has been approved by Punjab University and Sahibzada Uzair Hashim Advocate, who has received higher education from Pakistan and England, will run the institution.

The principals of the colleges present paid rich tributes to Dr Rehman for his educational services and termed inauguration of the law college a gift for local people. Prof Shabbir Raja, Prof Hafiz Abdul Sabur, Indus College Principal Hafiz Muhammad Asif Ghauri, Shaheen College Principal Raja Noman, Prof. Aqeel, Tanveer Hussain Shah, Shahbaz Tariq, Shabnam Naz, and others were present on the occasion.

Published in The Express Tribune, August 19th, 2021.

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