KMU Celebrates Youm-e-Takbeer with National Zeal

Tue May 28 2024
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PESHAWAR: Khyber Medical University (KMU) has celebrated Youm-e-Takbeer commemorating Pakistan’s historic nuclear tests conducted on May 28, 1998, local media reported on Tuesday.

The event drew enthusiastic participation from faculty, administrative staff, and students across the main campus and associated Institutes. The event was led by VC KMU Meritorious Professor Dr. Zia Ul Haq, Dean BMS Prof Dr.Rubina Nazli,  Director IBMS KMU, Professor Dr. Inayat Shah, Nasir Salim Arb Director Sports and Youth Affairs, and Tahir Ayub Director Administration.

VC KMU Meritorious Professor Dr. Zia ul Haq, speaking on the occasion, exudes a profound sense of unity and honor, resonating with their collective traditions and values. He said, “Together, we commemorate this day, acknowledging its historical significance, and nurturing a spirit of reverence, resilience, and safeguarding within our nation.”

Dr. Inayat Shah expressively articulated the nation’s commitment to peace and pursuit of harmony.

A variety of engaging activities, including walks, seminars and debate speeches were meticulously organized across all campuses. These initiatives aimed to honor the historical importance of Youm-e-Takbeer while fostering a deeper understanding of its implications for national security and resilience.

The celebrations resonated with spirited exchanges and impassioned debates, underscoring KMU’s unwavering resolve to instill national pride and civic responsibility among students.  Speakers at the seminars highlighted the strategic significance of nuclear capabilities, emphasizing the critical role of science and technology in safeguarding the nation’s sovereignty.

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