The ceremony was held in the guest house of Jamia Islamia Bahawalpur, what was the ceremony, there was just an atmosphere of some gossip and enjoyment of work. A dinner was arranged in honor of Prof. Naeem Masood. Of the nearly two dozen or so people, most were professors, but there were also some non-professors, among the crowd of highly educated people with degrees, perhaps the least literate. Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr. Athar Mehboob, who is an engineer, was also present. Signs of happiness were visible on the faces of the present teachers of the university, that the flowers of their progress were still fresh, the fights for the joy of progress were still in their hearts.
I was bursting. This happy event did not only happen to these few people, but also to many people from other departments of the university, whose promotions had been stalled for years, now let their fate and their destiny The star shone. Obviously, full credit for this remarkable work goes to the current Vice-Chancellor, who has reorganized the university and opened new avenues for growth and prosperity. Increased the faculty of the university, more than doubled the number of academic departments, focused on solving the problems of teachers and employees.
However, the dean of the university himself suggested that while maintaining centralization of powers Should be divided. Probably the people who work feel the workload, otherwise the institutional system is running in the ‘best’ way, ie not correcting the old flaws and not starting any new work.
There are iron fences around the universities for their own citizens. People and properties do not know how educational activities are carried out inside any great mother of knowledge, of course it is the job of the administration and teachers, but what is the department in the universities, which has no roots in the outside society. The fact is that the students who graduate from each department have to go out and enter the same fields, but what happens is that they are introduced only with biblical knowledge, there are two or four departments, which are in the ‘field’. It doesn’t work without taking it. Despite this, it has never been heard that a department has invited a big man from its own neighborhood who is an expert in its field to the university.
Let’s share some of our experiences with our students, tell them what they need to take care of when they take to the field after teaching “class and book”, what problems they will face? Perhaps in the eyes of universities, “big” means people living in big cities. Instead of adapting the curriculum to the modern and new environment, there is a tradition of hitting the fly (this process is continued according to the exact idiom, that it is a desirable hobby of the graduates). Experts in every field are available in every field, who have more knowledge and experience than the articles published in Generals. Steps are being taken to bring in great people from abroad, to spend evenings with them, to hold big national or international seminars, and there is an urgent need to take advantage of those regional people.
Every dean of the university performs his duties according to his own temperament. Sometimes people who are disgusted with the people of Shumai also get these important positions, as a result of which the whole environment suffers. Something similar has been happening in Jamia Islamia. Some time ago,
Dr. Mukhtar had made the university a social center. After a long time, people got a chance to come in and those inside went out. His successor, the Vice-Chancellor, set a strong example of public disgust, breaking all previous records, leaving the university as a “no-go area” for citizens. It is not a demand that everyone be allowed to come and go unhindered, it is a requirement that the Tologs come and go as needed. Incumbent Vice Chancellor Dr. Athar Mehboob has started opening the locked doors of the university, and communication with the world outside the four walls has begun. Of course, nothing works without planning.
The only way to be successful is to be careful and cautious. Since high-minded people are the majority in universities, one of the responsibilities of universities is to guide every section of the society wherever it seeks help, to inform the citizens about the good and the bad, big and small. Give them the best advice on issues, provide technical support in all areas of life. University graduates should not only be “graduates” but also become the best citizens of the society. If the teachers start devoting their energies for the wider national interest instead of narrow-mindedness and squabbling among themselves, then no enemy can stand in the way of the development of the country and the nation.