GCU to set up VC Secretariat

By: News Desk      Published: 01:09 PM, 14 Dec, 2020
GCU to set up VC Secretariat

The Government College University (GCU) has decided to set up Vice Chancellor's Secretariat along with establishing the Mass Communication Department, Law campus and Girls Hostel in 2021, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.

The decision to set up a Vice Chancellor's Secretariat in Government College University will be implemented by Vice Chancellor’s vision, the TV channel reported.  

The TV channel reported officers will be appointed in the Vice Chancellor Secretariat for academic, financial and administrative matters and the secretariat will implement the Vice Chancellor Vision 2021.

GCU VC Dr Asghar Zaidi said Law College, Mass Communication Department and Girls Hostel will be built in the university in 2021 and the university will also appoint teachers to the Vice-Chancellor's Secretariat.

Earlier, GCU Vice Chancellor Asghar Zaidi in a tweet said he met an old Ravian Chairman PTV Naeem Bokhari.

He said: “Great delight to meet him, a fine gentleman; see him in action in the PTVC’s Board of Directors meeting.” Asghar Zaidi said he requested for his collaboration in setting up GCU’s Mass Communication department soon.

It is pertinent to note that the federal government has appointed Naeem Bukhari as Chairman PTV board on November 24 for the period of three years. The information ministry notified that the government has also approved the nomination of Naeem Bukhari as the Pakistan Television Corporation (PTVC) Board Chairman in line with the Pakistan Television Corporation’s Memorandum & Articles of Association (Article 95 / 95A).

It is pertinent to note that after 156 Years of its wonderful history, the Government College, Lahore was raised to the status of a University in 2002 and renamed as the GC University Lahore.

As a seat of higher learning GC University blends grand old traditions and modern educational standards to meet the ideals set by persons like Dr Leitner and philosopher the poet, Dr Muhammad Iqbal.