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History of Panjgur Discussed in BPLA Seminar

Aziz Ejaz

Quetta – History of Panjgur district was discussed in a seminar conducted by Balochistan Professors and Lecturers Association (BPLA) Panjgur chapter in government degree College Panjgur, on Wednesday.

Malik Saleh Baloch, District Chairman of Panjgur was the chief Guest of the Seminar.

Other guests included Faqeer Mohammad Ambar a prominent poet and Balochi writer, Zahid Baloch a senior politician of Balochistan National Party (BNP) Professor Mohammad Hussain Principal Government degree College Panjgur and Akbar Gamshad, a professor in College.

Reverent Faqeer Ambar, an author of many books, read his paper on the history of Panjgur and briefly shed a light on it. Professor Akbar Gamshad also glimpsed upon the history of Panjgur.

Faqeer Ambar

Faqeer Ambar reading his paper

Speakers claimed that seminars like this are vital for increasing the knowledge of people about the history of Panjgur.

“We are trying with our utmost potentials to let the students have a suitable educational environment and hopefully this seminar works in boosting up their skills,” Principal Mohammad Hussain told Balochistan Point.

‘’We necessarily need programs like these and the participation from students will make them more significant,’’ said a student.

Malik Saleh Baloch, District Chairman, appreciated and thanked BPLA and College Administration for conducting such an informative program.

Malik Saleh

Malik Saleh Baloch speaking

Large number of students, political activists, journalists and members of civil society attended the program.

A seminar like this was conducted in Degree College Panjgur after a long time due to prevailing law and order situation.

After being appointed as the Principal of the college recently, Professor Mohammad Hussain has reinitiated the classes and taken strict action against absent students and teachers.

Problems faced by Degree College Panjgur were also discussed in the Seminar. This college faces the problem of transportation as students from far flung areas can’t travel to the college on their own.

Staff report

Published in The Balochistan Point on October 30, 2015

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