LAHORE Director General Social Welfare Malik Muhammad Aslam on Saturday said that no-one could survive without getting technical education in the 21rst century, and the Society for Education and Technology (SET) is doing wonders by imparting technical education to the disabled youth. He was addressing an award-giving ceremony of the SET here. SET President and CEO Air-Marshal Khursheed Anwar Mirza, Vice-President Mrs. Mahmooda Akbar, Secretary General (Group) Capt. M. Anwar Chaudhry and SET Principal Waqar Ali Gill were present on the occasion. In his address, Aslam said the society by giving technical education to disabled students was making them respectable citizens. After getting technical education, they would not be dependent on their family members, he added. Khursheed Shah, in his speech, said the SET was a no-profitable institution and was engaged in imparting modern technical education to the students. He said: Hundreds of students have received education from this institution. The society is working with Learn to Earn as its motto. The SET was founded as a welfare organization at Lahore by a few retired PAF officers but now a large number of civilians are its members.