Notification issued: Embattled VC of QAU finally replaced
The disputable bad habit chancellor of Quaid-I-Azam University (QAU) Javed Ashraf was at last supplanted by the legislature on Friday.
As indicated by a notice, Professor Dr Mohammad Ali has been approached to assume responsibility as bad habit chancellor of Quaid-e-Azam University (QAU). He has just served in Government College University Faisalabad as bad habit chancellor.
With his arrangement the months-long strain in the head college of Pakistan has reached a conclusion. All as the year progressed, the Academic Staff Association of QAU had been fighting againsdt approaches of Dr Javed Ashraf and requesting government to supplant him.
In March this year, the grounds stayed shut for quite a long time as personnel and understudies requested renunciation of Dr Ashraf.
In the mean time, the separation learning office of the nation, Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) likewise got another bad habit chancellor.
The warning gave on Friday reported arrangement of Prof Dr Ziaul Qayyum as bad habit chancellor of Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU). He has just filled in as Vice Chancellor in University of Gujrat.
Prof Qayyum replaces Acting Vice Chancellor Dr Nasir Mahmood, who was holding the fortress after retirement of Dr Shahid Siddiqui.
In the wake of finishing his multi year residency, Professor Dr Masoom Yasinzai has been re-selected as International Islamic University Islamabad (IIUI) minister. Top IIUI authorities and representatives congratulated him and named his second arrangement as an indispensable advancement for the advancement of college.
Yasinzai had his essential training from Kuchlak, a suburb of Quetta and his examination and scholarly exercises go back to 1980 when he began instructing at the University of Balochistan. He is likewise known for his authoritative and scholarly commitments in numerous colleges while he has assumed an imperative job in propelling the structural designing project and Center for Interdisciplinary Research in Basic Sciences at IIUI with his own endeavors.