LAHORE - The Government College University Lahore has produced five doctors of philosophy in the field of Chemistry and one in Urdu. Tariq Hussain Zaidi completed his research on the topic of A reflection of Muslim traditions in Urdu Ghazal under the supervision of Professor Saadat Saeed. Peter John, Sammia Yasmin, Ayesha Mohiuddin and Syed Tanveer Hussain are notified PhDs in Chemistry after the approval of their thesis. GCU Vice Chancellor Dr Khalid Aftab congratulated the students on completion of their PhD programme. Meanwhile, the vice chancellors of agriculture and veterinary universities have decided to collaborate for setting up a centre of excellence in one of the core identified areas including marketing, livestock, seed and water. This proposal was discussed in a meeting attended by Pir Mehar Ali Shah Agriculture University Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Khalid Mahmood Khan, Sindh Agriculture University Vice Chancellor Tandu Jam Prof Dr Abdul Qadir Mughal, University of Agriculture Faisalabad Prof Dr Iqrar Ahmad Khan, Islamia University Bahawalpur Prof Dr Mukhtar Ahmad, Dr Riaz Hussain Qureshi from Higher Education Commission, University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (UVAS) Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Muhammad Nawaz and Agriculture University of Peshawar acting Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Muhammad Naeem at UVAS on Saturday. University of Agriculture Faisalabad Prof Dr Iqrar Ahmad Khan suggested that half aid of United States should be spent on education sector in the field of research and development. He said that education institutions should play its due role against the rapid climate change and make a strategy for environment protection. Pir Mehar Ali Shah Agriculture University Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Khaild Mahmood Khan said, We have to rely on its resources and make research group for the development of research. After ten years it would be changed and desire goals would be achieved.