Pact signed to boost investment


KARACHI: Sindh Board of Investment (SBI) and Canada-Pakistan Chamber of Commerce (CPCoC) signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to cooperate on various sectors including investments between the two countries.

The signing ceremony was witnessed by Chairman Sindh Board of Investment Ali Arshad Hakeem. He praised the efforts made by CPCoC and its president Mehreen Javaid. The two discussed various opportunities of bilateral investment and trade. Ali Arshad Hakeem and Mehreen Javaid discussed projects to attract multibillion dollar investment for Canada.

The two agreed on a Sindh Investment Conference in Canada for later this year. The Pakistan delegation would compromise of high profile public and private sector delegates.

The graduates from SSUET have earned good name for the University as well as for the country and serving honourably in the countries, which are touching the zenith of progress in Science and Technology.

The University, he noted, stands for humanism, tolerance, progress, adventure of ideas, the search of truth and for the new breakthroughs in technology and for onward march of the youth towards ever higher objectives.

“We keep promotion of human values as the keynote of schemes of our curricula and teach them importance of human values under the caption “Aligarh Movement”.

The young graduates, he said, must bear in their mind that they are living in the times where knowledge is the ultimate power. For them the road ahead may be long and full of perils and obstacles but the journey promises to be exciting, provided the honesty of the purpose is the guiding force.

Replying a question, Engr. Adil Usman pointed out that countries in our geo-physical region have become the economic giants. This stature they have achieved through their progress in science and technology. The engineers and technologist have played a major role in their progress. In this age of competition, if we fail to take cognizance of the marathon of advancements, we will become economically pygmies.

“We pin our hopes in our young engineers. They have full capacity to rise to the occasion and meet the challenges”, he stated.

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