Two-week hands-on training in University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences

Lahore:23 August: Two-week hands-on training of faculty members and one month training of DVM fourth year students for clinical skill enhancement completed at the University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (UVAS), Lahore, on Tuesday. According to a press release, the participants were from Shaheed Benazir Bhutto University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (SBBUVAS) Sakrand, Sindh. Pro Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Nasim Ahmad chaired the concluding session of the training programme and distributed certificates among the participants. The training was aimed to provide practical knowledge of different subjects and latest diagnostic techniques used in the field of veterinary profession to the training participants. All the participants lauded the UVAS for conducting training and providing a conducive platform for learning about innovative and practical knowledge. expats’ issues: A meeting to review performance of District Overseas Pakistanis Committees (DOPCs) was held under the chairmanship of Additional Chief Secretary, Punjab, Shamail Ahmad Khawaja and Commissioner, Overseas Pakistanis Commission (OPC) Punjab, Afzaal Bhatti at civil secretariat. Director General, OPC, Syed Javed Iqbal Bokhari, Additional DG, Police Matters, Agha Yousaf and MPA Sardar Zulfiqar were present while civil and police high ups of Rawalpindi, Jhelum, Chakwal and Attock districts participated in the meeting through a video link. Additional Chief Secretary, Shamail Ahmad Khawaja, instructed the administration to expedite mechanism of resolving complaints of Overseas Pakistanis and out of box strategy should be adopted to redress issues. He instructed the administration to ensure two meetings of DOPCs in a month and proceeding be uploaded on OPC web complaint portal regularly. Commissioner, OPC, Afzaal Bhatti said DOPCs should pro-actively work so that the grievances of Overseas Pakistanis could be addressed at the earliest. He said Overseas Pakistanis are real ambassadors to the country and OPC is pursuing a vigorous policy to help expatriates to redress their complaints relating to the government agencies of the Punjab. Certain complaints of Overseas Pakistanis were discussed and additional chief secretary and commissioner, OPC, issued necessary directions to redress these complaints.The news.

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