Sindh Madressatul Islam University (SMIU) Karachi’s Syndicate while appreciating the role of Government of Sindh for supporting SMIU, has resolved that although the provincial government of Sindh has provided sufficient funds to the university during fiscal year of 2022-23, but it needs more financial support as it could carry out research and development work to meet its requirements according to the needs of the day. These views were expressed in the 27th meeting of SMIU Syndicate, which was held at the Conference Room of the university under the chair of Dr Mujeeb Sahrai, Vice-Chancellor.
The Syndicate members said due to the financial constraints, just ten years old SMI University needs expansion in many areas, and without financial support it fails to accomplish projects which it intends to start.
Mr Muhammad Mureed Rahimoon, Secretary Universities and Boards Department (UBD) Sindh praised the role of Dr Mujeeb Sahrai, Vice-Chancellor SMIU for running the university according to the rules and regulations and giving emphasis on academic and research. Other members of the Syndicate also praised the services of Dr Mujeeb Sahrai rendering for SMIUs’ development and said that since his tenure of about two years the SMIU has emerged as one the best higher educational institutions of the country. They hoped that the SMIU will be made more strengthened in coming days.
The members of the SMIU Syndicate as Mr Muhammad Mureed Rahimoon, Secretary Universities and Boards, Haji Muhammad Hanif Tayab, National Advisory Group Member, Dr AQ Mughal, a representative of Sindh HEC, Prof Abdul Bari Khan, CEO and founder of the Indus Hospital & Health Network (IHHN), Mr Shahzad Mahmood, eminent person, nominated by the Chief Minister Sindh, Mr Kamal Siddiqui, Director News, Recorder Television Network, Prof Dr Jamshed Adil Halepota, Prof Dr Muhammad Malook Rind, Dr Abdul Hafeez Khan, Mr Asif Hussain Samo, Ms Quratulain Nazir Ahmed, Mr Muhammad Naeem Ahmed, Mr Mushtaq Ahmed Gopang and Mr Ghulam Mustafa Shaikh of SMIU attended the meeting.