Afghan, Chinese, Saudi students secure top three prizes in IIUI cultural week


ISLAMABAD – The Afghan students won the firs prize in Cultural Week organized at International Islamic University Islamabad (IIUI) whereas Chinese and Saudis students came second and third respectively.

IIUI had organized a wonderful cultural week in which students from Pakistan and abroad represented the culture of their respective areas and countries.

The cultural week ended on Sunday with the announcement of prizes.

Simultaneously, in the faculty competition of best stalls, the Faculty of Engineering and Technology and Iqra Centre of the IIUI won the best stall title while the Applied Sciences Faculty clinched the second and the Shariah and Law Faculty grabbed the third prize.

Winners were awarded with prizes and shields.

The chief guest of the closing ceremony was the deputy speaker of National Assembly Murtaza Javed Abbasi. He said that the government wants to make International Islamic University Islamabad (IIUI) one of the leading global institutes.

“The IIUI is one of the institutions which is the prime focus of the government and the university would soon become a leading global educational institution,” he added.

Abbasi also maintained that provision of quality education and best facilities was on government’s top priorities. He was speaking at the International Islamic University’s (IIU’s) 26th cultural week which concluded here on Sunday.

He urged the students to work hard and take interest in modern advancements. The deputy speaker assured the IIU administration that the NA standing committee on education would soon visit the university take up the issues facing the university.

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