King Edward Medical University (KEMU) Vice-Chancellor Prof Mahmoud Ayaz has stressed the need to preserve the illustrious traditions of the university to honor, recognize and commend outgoing faculty members, TV channel 24NewsHD reported.
He addressed the farewell ceremony held in honor of the retirement of Prof. Zahid Kamal Siddiqui, Prof. Aisha Malik, and Prof. Safdar Khan at KEMU here on Thursday.
In his welcome address, he said that the purpose of today’s function is to acknowledge the merits of retired professors and appreciate their excellent services.
Professor Dr. Ayaz advised the junior faculty to always recognize and respect the senior faculty who have reached the pinnacle of their profession.
On this occasion, ex-vice chancellor King Edward and FJMU prof. Amir Zaman Khan, Prof. Asad Aslam Khan, Vice-Chancellor, Fatima Jinnah Medical University, Prof. Khalid Masood Gondal, Pro Vice-Chancellor Prof. Ijaz Hussain, Pro-Vice-Chancellor FJMU Prof. Kamran Khalid Khawaja, Prof. Harun Hamid, Prof. Waris Farooq, Prof. Abrar Ashraf Ali, Secretary Dr. Riasat Ali, MS Mayo Hospital Dr. Munir Ahmed Malik and a large number of faculty were present.
All these people have rendered valuable services in their respective departments, as Prof. Zahid Kamal Siddiqui in Ophthalmology, Prof. Aisha Malik in gynecology, and Prof. Safdar Khan in the Department of Urology and in other projects of the University.
Prof. Prof. Amir Zaman Khan said. Zahid Kamal preferred to leave the post of principal of Sahiwal Medical College to serve his alma mater.
Prof. Asad Aslam Khan and Prof. Khalid Masood Gondal expressed his views. They said that Safdar Khan always worked with team spirit.
Prof. Aisha Malik was establishing new specialties at Lady Willingdon, including fetal medicine, they added.
Prof. Zahid Kamal Siddiqui, Prof. Aisha Malik, and Prof. Safdar Khan expressed his views and said that we are grateful to the Vice Chancellor Prof. Mahmoud Ayaz and the faculty of King Edward Medical University who organized the wonderful event in their honor.