BADIN - The University of Sindh organised a seminar ‘A nation with a vision’ at Thatta campus on Thursday.

University Pro Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Sarfraz Hussain Solangi said: “Pakistan is a unique nation having comprising young population as well as having unique geo strategic position. Pakistan has also faced many challenges since its birth but due to strong vision of leadership and sacrifices of our armed forces, our nation has now become a nuclear power.”

He further said that nations make vision to achieve excellence. Pakistan has made a vision 2025, to achieve the objectives educational development, quality of health care and economic development. Youth have to play a very important role in progress by taking right steps in right direction which will assume a developed Pakistan, he added.

Prof Dr Muhammad Ali Manjhi, Principal of Govt Degree College Thatta, said that nation cannot exist without vision; education gives vision to the nation. The scientific approach can make nation analytical, research oriented and curios to find new ways of doing things. He further said: “We need to put our efforts to carry out ourselves with the vision of Quaid-e-Azam. If we follow vision of Quid, we have to be tolerant to difference of opinion and promote equality and female education.”

Prof Dr Shuja Ahmed Mahesar, Director of Pakistan Study Centre, University of Sindh, Jamshoro briefed the students about two nation theory. He said that key to creation of Pakistan was vision of Sir Syed Ahmed Khan who promoted education for marginalised Muslim community.

He also said that Quaid-e-Azam was a great leader whose vision comprising faith, unity and discipline are guiding principles for our nation building for future. Khuda Bux Behrani, Deputy Director of Social Welfare, also said that Pakistan is a country which is a gift for us. Our youth has to be leading the nation toward path of education and enlightenment.

Gul Bibi Shah, Asadullah Lashari, Mumtaz Ali, Sohaib Ahmed Soomro and Irfan Baloch also shared their views. The seminar was attended by large number of faculty members, journalists, members of civil society and students.