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SPA orientation for Fall 2011 intake
October 3, 2011
 

The School of Professional Advancement (SPA) organized an orientation seminar for new students. The session began with recitation of some verses from the Holy Quran. Dr Naveed Yazdani, Director SPA, delivered the welcome address. He discussed salient features and main rules covering the SPA program offerings. Dr Yazdani introduced all team members formally. He also highlighted the prevailing academic culture of SPA.

Later, Dr Hasan Sohaib Murad, Rector UMT, addressed the students and inspired them to give their best in their professional studies. He urged them to start believing in themselves as this was the only way to achieve the goals that they had set for themselves. He said that SPA academic programs acted as the bridge between the students and success in their academic and professional careers.

At the end, Shahid Hussain, Academic Officer, introduced the academic policies of SPA and briefly explained about their registration processes.  The orientation session proved to be very informative for the students.

 
 
 
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Muhammad Haris Salam
Feb 27 2012
Reaching the destination itself is not the whole reward. The hope, the struggle and the hard work towards reaching that destination is also part of the rewards. I wish “Best of Luck” to the whole management of UMT in general, and the SPA team in particular. May this School make progress by leaps and bounds.
 
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