The founding father vision to create an educational environment which is invigorating and innovative is gradually being followed by us at The University of Faisalabad which has started coming out of its infancy stage. In a short span of time we have not only cemented our foundations but have gone across the country frontiers to bring expertise and renowned teaching faculty to capitalize on their experience and to build up a common bridge of educating the child. This remains my primary objective. We are today placed on a platform where, there is no time and space to fall back as it is only the forward step which shall lead us to the fulfillment of our student’s community goals and objectives.
By the Grace of God the University and its staff have greatly shouldered the burden during its embryo stage and today we all feel satisfied but I would still say never any effort is complete. We need to think ahead of this and to see our tomorrow in a far better way than today. We are planning for future today as we strongly feel that the student’s needs and his development are our primary responsibility.
The University curriculum leads us to have a broad based generation joining hands together who needs to be provided with the state of the art facilities so that they can develop pride and have sense of responsibility to help themselves in various programs of learning in their life. This remains our main obligation.
During the year a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was signed between The University of Faisalabad (TUF) and the University of Bradford (UOB) UK to establish a formal relationship specially to promote cooperation and mutual interaction in the area of Electrical Engineering which is aimed at strengthening bonds between the two Universities to promote mutual exchange of faculty, curriculum development, transfer of credit hours and to undertake joint research programs.
I also take this opportunity to extend my gratitude to the scholars, parents and intelligentsia who stood along with us when we looked around for support and guidance. I have no doubt in my mind that our vision and mission statements guide us to remain focused. We want to promote individual responsibility and develop their strengths so that they are recognized as men of strong character and integrity. This remains our minimum bench mark.
Mian Muhammad Hanif