KARACHI - Vice Chancellor, University of Karachi, Prof. Dr. Pirzada Qasim has said that universitys new Pharm Evo career counselling centre will provide students an opportunity to choose their professions in future as well as to improve their skills. This project is unique in its kind as no other public university is offering such facility to its students, he said after inauguration of the career counselling centre established in collaboration with quality medicine producer Pharm Evo. Pharm Evo MD Haroon Qasim, Director Sail and KUs Pharmacy Department head Prof. Dr. Waseem ud Deen, Faculty of Department Dr Iqbal Azhar and a large number of teachers, students and Pharm Evo staff attended the event. The project will be supervised by former dean of Institute of Health Management, Dow University Dr. Hanif. Pirzada Qasim viewed that majority of Pakistani students choose such professions which did not match their natural tendency of work. This is because students do not have guidance and counselling regarding their career like in developed countries, he added. Pharm Evo career counselling centre will support at individual and collective level towards betterment of students skills, MD Pharm Evo Haroon Qasim said adding that being a pharmaceutical company we were not only concerned about health improvement but were also aware of our social responsibility about future of students in shape of career counselling. The career counselling centre will provide students a chance to have close interaction with experts from various walks of life and to get benefit from their experience, he said. On this occasion, KU VC and MD Pharm Evo distributed gold medals among top position holders of KUs Pharmacy department. Pharm Evo will bear all expenses of academic and non-academic staff salaries and renovation cost of career counselling centre, a joint venture of KU and Pharm Evo.