HYDERABAD: Virtual events have fast begun becoming a new norm at University of Sindh, Jamshoro that has not only secured 9th enviable rank across Pakistan in online readiness for teaching-learning practice, but has also left other sister universities behind in the launch of innovative concept of urban forest by establishing one at its premises.
"We are also steadily elevating research standards at the varsity by strictly adhering to HEC benchmarks. I congratulate scholar Zohra Khatoon and her learned research supervisor upon successful final defence of thesis."
The above views were advanced by SU Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Fateh Muhammad Burfat in his presidential address on the occasion of presentation of final PhD thesis defence seminar by Assistant Professor, SU Faculty of Education Zohra Khatoon on the topic, "Students' Learning Attitude towards Science".
The presentation was followed by a highly informative and intellectually-invigorating discussion in form of questions by the audience and answers by the scholar.
The scholar's research supervisor - Vice Chancellor University of Sufism and Modern Sciences Prof Dr Parveen Munshi, dean of the concerned faculty Prof Dr Saleha Parveen and a large number of other scholars and academic and administrative top-brass participated in the seminar.