Int’l moot on zoology begins at UoS

SARGODHA-The first international conference on “Emerging Trends in Zoology” kick started at the University of Sargodha (UoS) on Friday with the participation of academia and research scholars from across the world.
In the two-days conference 70 national and international scholars including Dr James D Harwood, Dr S parakrama from China, Dr Sami Simsek from Turkey, Dr Arshad from the US, Dr Ashfaq from Canada, Dr AR Shakoori from Biological Sciences Lahore and Dr Maqsood Anwar from Arid Agriculture University Rawalpindi shared their thoughts, proposal on the theme of emerging trends in Zoology.
The national and international speakers of first day said, “We are the “dominant” species on Earth doesn’t mean that we can do whatever we want without suffering consequences. ‘Not only do we have to protect endangered species; we also have to protect species essential to the continuation of Earth’s life.”
UoS Vice Chancellor Dr Ishtiaq Ahmed showed gratitude on the participation of national and international researchers, scholars and the students. He said it was the first international conference on ” Emerging Trends in Zoology” in the history of UoS. “It shows our deliberate attention to meet the international educational standard,” he said.
He further added that the UoS was keen to develop relationships with different international universities and vowed to enhance the research cooperation with them and among the students as well.
The vice chancellor appreciated the management of Zoology Department to organise an international conference on emerging trends in zoology.
Department Head Dr Arshad informed the audience about the purpose of an international conference on emerging trends in zoology. He said that conference was aimed to provide platform for the national and international scientists, researchers, academicians, industrialist, and students to share their ideas, innovative research, share experiences, develop collaboration and gain knowledge in the field of zoology.
The UoS Department of Zoology organised the moot in collaboration with the Higher Education Commission (HEC) and Pakistan Science Foundation (PSF).

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