“Students should receive education focused on employability.”

During the inaugural ceremony of the Sindh Madrasa-tul-Islam University Job Fest-23, speakers highlighted the importance of universities offering high-quality, career-oriented education to students. This focus aims to facilitate students in accessing job opportunities in both public and private sectors based on merit.

The event, coordinated by the Student Affairs Counseling Directorate of the university, commenced with the ribbon-cutting ceremony led by Dr. Sarosh Hashmat Lodhi, Vice-Chancellor of NED University. Dr. Mujeebuddin Sahrai Memon, Vice-Chancellor of SMIU, was also in attendance. Addressing the gathering, Dr. Lodhi acknowledged the challenging economic circumstances while emphasizing that skilled graduates still possess opportunities to secure employment.

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