MoU Signed Between KFUEIT and District Police RYK
The Khwaja Farid University of engineering and information technology and District Police Rahim Yar Khan signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to enhance mutual cooperation and benefit the society. The MoU covers initiatives of technical assistance for safe city project, scholarships for children of martyrs and exchange of knowledge for better coordination.
In this regard an event was arranged at the university campus in which Vice Chancellor Professor Dr. Suleman Tahir and DPO Montzer Mehdi signed the MoU. Among other prominent Dignitaries present on this occasion included Commanding Officer Rangers First Colonel Talat, Commanding Officer WAPDA Scarp Colonel Abid, Principal Khwaja Fareed College Ajmal Bhatti, Principal Shaikh Zayed Medical College Prof. Dr. Tariq Ahmed and Registrar & Dean of KFUEIT Prof. Dr. Asghar Hashmi and Head of Computer Engineering Department Dr. Ahmed Sohaib. KFUEIT will provide technical assistance to District Police in efficient installation and operations of Safe City Project. The experts of Computer Engineering Department of KFUEIT will work in close coordination with District Police for research and execution of this project. The university will also provide educational scholarships for children of martyrs of police and law enforcement agencies. In their efforts to further enhance collaboration, the police officials will deliver awareness lectures to students of KFUEIT.
Talking to media on this occasion, the Vice Chancellor Professor Dr. Suleman Tahir said university will keep playing its part in development of society through educational and research excellence. Such initiatives will project positive image of police among masses and will enhance cooperation. District Police Officer Montzer Mehdi applauded the efforts of the Vice Chancellor and his team. He said that KFUEIT has rapidly started playing its part in wellbeing of the society and enhancing the intellectual capital of this area. He also pledged the support of district police in efforts of KFUEIT.