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CPEC is bound to have long-term impact on our economy: AVM Amir


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DECEMBER 30, 2018

Air University (AU) Vice Chancellor (VC) Air Vice Marshal (r) Faaiz Amir on Saturday termed alumni reunions a gateway to reconnect graduates with their alma mater, to commemorate their wonderful past, to celebrate their present achievements and to strengthen professional networking for a bright future.

He made these remarks while addressing the Air Alumni Homecoming 2018 ceremony as chief guest.

On the occasion, it was also vowed to encourage around 5,000 alumnus, who have graduated during the last 14 years, to play a proactive role under one platform of Air Alumni Network.

AU VC Amir expressed his gratitude to the alumnus and said, “It is an excellence opportunity for alumnus to reconnect with many old friends and bringing them back to campus for networking, communication and entertainment.” While exchanging his views on the importance of China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), Amir said, “The CPEC project would have long-term impacts on overall economy of Pakistan in near future.”

He urged the talented youth to explore emerging opportunities for professional development. The VC also informed the alumnus on the recent perspectives of varsity and talked on the future development plans

He hoped for the long-lasting sustainable relations with alumnus and wished them every success in their professional lives. Adviser to Vice Chancellor & Senior Dean Dr Zafarullah Qureshi, in his address, also emphasised on the importance of alumnus for AU.

He said that success of any university depends upon how brilliantly its alumnus performs in professional life.

Published in Daily Times, December 30th 2018.




https://dailytimes.com.pk/338669/cpec-is-bound-to-have-long-term-impact-on-our-economy-avm-amir/

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