Islamia University promoting tourism in Bahawalpur
BAHAWALPUR – More than 717,000 children under the age of 5 years will be administered anti-polio drops in the Bahawalpur district during the anti-polio drive started on Monday.
According to Director Health and Focal Person Dr Zaki Ali, 2649 teams have been constituted for the campaign which included 2343 mobile teams, 173 fixed teams, 133 transit teams and special teams for the Cholistan and the river areas. The campaign is being monitored by 477 Supervisors, 337 Area In-charges, 122 Union Council Monitoring Officers and six tehsil supervisors. The left out children will be given vaccines on August 5 & 6. He said that all-out efforts are needed to make the campaign successful and make the district polio-free.
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Islamia University of Bahawalpur’s department of tourism and hospitality management on Monday organized a tour of the historical places of Bahawalpur.
The event was organized on the direction of Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Dr Athar Mahboob’s in light of the government’s policy for the promotion of tourism.
The delegation on the occasion of their visit to Central Library Bahawalpur said that the historical buildings of Bahawalpur are very important in terms of tourism and they will be exhibited all over the world to attract tourists.
The Islamia University of Bahawalpur is conducting tourism activities in association with Bahawalpur Tourism Development Corporation.
For this purpose, students and faculty participated in the Bahawalpur Desert Jeep Rally and Chief Minister Punjab Sardar Usman Buzdar attended the Bahawalpur Trade Fair and appreciated the efforts of Bahawalpur Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Islamia University of Bahawalpur to promote tourism.