The current Vice Chancellor Balochisan University of Engineering & Technology Khuzdar Prof.Brig ® Engr. Muhammad Amin SI (M) is a man of the world and very generous, sympathetic human. As far as I know him, he has love for humanity and has been serving humanity educationally, socially and in many fields. His services cannot be denied and ignored.
When he took charge as Vice Chancellor, he accepted the vice chancellorship as a challenge. The support of the faculty members, non-teaching staff and students has empowered him for uplifting BUET Khuzdar’s position. It’s a team work and it is hoped that all of them will support him for the betterment of the varsity
As a Vice-Chancellor, he is always cordial and takes interest in personal, professional and Institutional development and carries everybody along. He acknowledges talent and hard work. With his vision and sharp intellect, keenly looks at the development of the BUET khuzdar in diverse ways, he is also keen on creating career paths for people. Hundreds of teachers grew under his guidance as decision makers, education administrators and institution builders. He is always keen that every opportunity should be given on merit.
His honesty of purpose and determination with respect to empowerment of student through higher education made him role model for thousands of university educated graduate and post graduate students as well as education leaders of our Balochistan
He has earned a very popular fame due to his educational, social and humanitarian services in Balochistan.
As he is making great efforts to make BUET Khuzdar one of the top varsities of Pakistan. He has vowed to seek support of everyone at the varsity for making a positive change. He is able to run the varsity in the most efficient manner because he has got great expertise. I pay tributes to the services of the VC-BUET Khuzdar and term him as a great asset to the varsity and Balochisan
Ubaid Zehri, Khuzdar.
Published in The Balochistan Point on April 29, 2017
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