Three professors retire from SU service, pay a courtesy call to VC Dr. Kalhoro

The acting vice chancellor of the University of Sindh Professor (Meritorious) Dr. Muhammad Siddique Kalhoro has said that the efforts taken to compensate for academic loss at varsity on account of its closure for a span of 6 months in the wake of coronavirus have started bringing productive results on the campus as the result of LLB Part-I is announced while the annual examinations of remaining papers of BA, BSc, and MA are also underway.

This he said while talking to the three professors of different disciplines of social sciences Dr. Imtiaz Pirzado (Economics), Dr. Shabir Shaikh (Public Administration), and Dr. Ghulam Ali Jareko (Sindh development Studies Centre) who paid a courtesy call on the vice chancellor Dr. Kalhoro at his office upon their retirement after attaining the age of superannuation. Dean faculty of social sciences Prof. Dr. Zareen Abbasi was also present on the occasion.

The vice chancellor said he had issued directives to the controller of annual examinations to instantaneously declare the remaining results of LLB Part-II & III so that the students might seek jobs in the field or start their law practices.

He said that as per the plan he chalked out to bring the varsity back to the annual academic calendar, the classes of the second semester in all the batches of various disciplines will be commenced from November 2, 2020, to January 31, 2021, and the academic activities would continue 6 days in a week including Saturday.

On the occasion, Dr. Kalhoro expressed best wishes for the retiring professors. He at the juncture decorated them with ajraks and floral garlands. The professors thanked the vice chancellor Dr. Kalhoro for the reverence and farewell they received from him.