Inaugurates NuTech in Islamabad

Pakistan Chief of Army Staff Inaugurates National University of Technology (NuTech) in Islamabad


Development of higher education is the core requirement of every country for economic stability and prosperity. We have seen the history and realized that those countries who didn’t invest in the higher education institutes always suffered the consequences. Pakistan is a developing country which needs higher education institutions, specifically in the field of engineering.

Some of the top tier engineering universities are by the public sector and the rest are private. Sometimes eligible candidates suffer due to high merit and less number of seats and they switch to private universities which is a very expensive option to choose. Moreover, public universities are also sufficient enough to offer a vast variety of diverse fields in engineering but in private universities, the fields are very limited. After this discussion, we can simply say that with an increase of public universities, the general public can definitely get the benefit with time.

Inaugurated Gen. Qamar Javed Bajwa

Gen. Qamar Javed Bajwa, Pakistan Chief of Army Staff (COAS) inaugurated the National University of Technology along with the members of Board of Governors of the university. Mr. Khalid Asghar, Lieutenant General (Retd.), rector of the institute was there also and he briefed about the academic and detailed strategic educational planning of the institute. The National University of Technology is the federally chartered university, aiming to educate the youth with the world-class engineering techniques which could be helpful for them nationally and internationally.

The National University of Technology will be the first university to provide education on applied engineering technologies. Chief of Army Staff praised the efforts of the management working for the institute. COAS said that “Our dream has come true as the concept of establishing a pioneer university to introduce engineering technology education and enhance skills training in the youth”.

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