KARACHI: Dr Mohammad Ali Shaikh, Vice Chancellor of Sindh Madressatul Islam University (SMIU) said on Thursday that SMIU believes in quality performance of its employees, and that is why, it is continuously organizing training programmes and refreshing courses for its teaching and non-teaching cadre.
He said this on Thursday while speaking at a certificate distribution ceremony, organized by SMIU after completion of three- day indigenous on-Campus training held for SMIU’s non-teaching staff in collaboration with Higher Education Commission of Pakistan. About 35 non-teaching staff of 15 departments of SMIU participated in it.
Before it, SMIU had also been organized trainings for its faculty with the support of British Council and Higher Education Commission of Pakistan.
Dr Mohammad Ali Shaikh said that trainings are necessary for personal grooming of employees, which ultimately benefit the institution by their increased performance and skills. The Vice Chancellor of SMIU advised the employees, who got training, to improve their performance and prove themselves as an asset for the university.
Prof Dr Aurangzeb, Dean Department of Business Administration and Ms Uzma Batool, Deputy Registrar, who were also coordinators of the training programme, also spoke on the occasion. Later on, Dr Mohammad Ali Shaikh distributed certificates among participants of the training programme.