islamabad (PR) - Roots Millennium Schools held the grand inauguration ceremony of The Millennium University College (TMUC) at Bahria Springs, Phase-VII, Rawalpindi, to further its academic mission by providing transnational education through a range of international qualifications to the youth of Pakistan, says a press release.

The landmark inaugural arranged at The Millennium University College, Bahria Springs, Phase-VII, commenced with the reception of the chief guest Sardar Muhammad Masood Khan, President of Azad Jammu & Kashmir, by the TMUC Chief Executive Chaudhry Faisal Mushtaq (TI), Executive Director Anna Faisal, Dean of Academics, Principal Shabana Jaspal and the Head of International Programs. Other distinguished guests that graced the occasion included Country Head University of London Saad Waseem, members of the TMUC Advisory Council and parents of the student body.

The chief guest was given a tour of the campus by the Chief Executive Faisal Mushtaq and Executive Director Anna Faisal. They showed him around the largest private tertiary purpose built institution in Bahria Town, wherein he was shown various departments, classrooms and other facilities including the library, gym, student lounge, cafeteria and the auditorium.

Later, the guests were also given an introduction to TMUC’s aims and ambitions and then a virtual tour of the institution.

In his welcome speech, Faisal Mushtaq thanked the distinguished guests for gracing the occasion while reflecting on the TMUC’s mission and commitment to bring quality education to the Pakistani youth so that they can confidently meet the global challenges of the 21st century. TMUC aims to be an institution of higher learning dedicated to providing innovative undergraduate, graduate, and professional education. By bringing a range of international qualifications home, TMUC aspires to be recognized as the leading institution of borderless education, committed to providing opportunities that exceed local stream of education to the youth of Pakistan. TMUC is currently a provider of transnational education; which has collaborative arrangements with renowned foreign institutions with professional and higher education portfolios. TMUC goal is for every student to graduate with international and transformative multicultural and global competencies, whether acquired at home or abroad. The students at TMUC will undertake basic and applied research with a view of revolutionising the study of entrepreneurship, leadership, technology, social and management sciences and many more; hence scale emerging models and research that could eventually be translated into life-long learning, innovation, education and change for national development.

By providing an eclectic portfolio of transnational higher education qualifications, TMUC would assist Roots Millennium Schools’ mission and commitment to developing the right set of skills, attitudes, knowledge and values within graduating Millennials so that they can confidently meet the global challenges of the 21st century.

Sharing his views on the occasion the chief guest, AJK President Sardar Masood Khan congratulated Faisal Mushtaq and his team on establishing a world class institution to promote quality education in Bahria Town and Pakistan. During the campus visit he was amazed to see the technology lab, fashion lab and studio; he was pleased that the students studying the UK degrees will have an environment to match the quality education they receive. Successively, the TMUC alumni spoke to the audience recounted their enriching experience of studying at TMUC.

The speeches were followed by the Chief Guest unveiling the inaugural plaque and presenting high achievement awards to The Millennium University College staff followed by an outstanding display of fireworks. The inaugural ceremony concluded as the guests proceeded to a seated buffet dinner while enjoying an electrifying music.

With the establishment of TMUC the Roots Millennium System has created a unique hub of research, service learning, internship, that infuses experiential and intercultural learning and personally enriching experiences to its students’ portfolios and making them become Millennials that give back to their country by studying economics, accounting, finance, politics, international development, laws, computing and fashion.