Job letters handed to SMIU employees

KARACHI: Vice Chancellor of Sindh Madressatul Islam University (SMIU) Dr Mohammad Ali Shaikh has said that there was shortage of job opportunities in government sector while youth obtaining jobs should devote their energies to deliver good output in the larger interest of their institutions. This he observed while distributing the letters of appointment on regular basis to the employees of University in BPS-1 to BPS-16 in accordance with the recommendations of selection committee at Sir Shahnawaz Bhutto auditorium this afternoon.

He said that in first phase, 66 employees have been given letters of appointment on regular basis in BPS-1 to BPS-16, while the remaining employees will be given letters of appointment of regular basis in second phase, after completing the requirements.

Vice Chancellor added that SMI University was emerging as famous institution, as such all employees have to work hard for future betterment and development of institution. He said that we all have to perform our duties with devotion, dedication and sense of responsibility with consciousness. The ceremony was largely attended by Faculty members and administrative staff.

Earlier, Gulzar Ahmed Mughal Controller of Examination presented welcome address. Later, the Vice Chancellor distributed the letters of appointment on regular basis among employees.

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