Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan inaugurated the Al-Qadir College in Sohawa, Jhelum on Friday.
The premier addressed the inaugural ceremony and highlighted how training is prime to the expansion and growth of a nation.
He additionally expressed his hope that Al-Qadir College would observe the golden rules of Islam to turn into a analysis hub and a character-building facility.
PM Khan stated that the college, which has been established on the sample of Egypt’s Jamia Al-Azhar, will probably be a task mannequin for the youth, and that the analysis carried out on the establishment will probably be disseminated to different instructional establishments throughout Pakistan.
He added that the college will start its tutorial actions by September and notable Islamic students together with Syed Nasir Hussain and Hamza Yousuf are on the board of the college to make sure the promotion of Seerat-un-Nabi (Peace Be Upon Him) and the teachings of Sufi saints.
The PM hoped that the college would grant scholarships to hardworking and deserving college students to permit them to pursue their larger training and contribute to society.
Moreover this, he additionally planted a sapling within the college as a part of the tree plantation drive.