More than 3500 students were awarded with degrees in a convocation held at Minhaj University Lahore. Vice-Chancellor MUL Dr Sajid Mahmood Shahzad opened the proceedings of the convocation with the permission of Deputy Chairman Dr Hussain Mohi-ud-Din Qadri. In his welcome address, he gave a brief introduction of Minhaj University Lahore and threw light on the programmes being offered at the University. He said that ML is listed in the W3 category due to the high quality of education imparted at the university.
Guest speakers Prof. Dr Shehnaz Ghazi and Mrs. Fouzia Junaid delivered lectures on the topic of "Compatibility of Islamic religion with modern world" at a Seerah Conference held under the banner of MSM Sisters in Karachi. They threw light on the need for spreading education and awareness about the teachings of Islam including how Islam can address the problems that humanity is facing at the moment.
Minhaj Interfaith and Welfare Foundation dispatched relief material including food grains,portable water, ready-to-eat food items, clothes, candles and items of sanitation to flood affected areas of Konkan. The first batch carrying 8 tonnes of relief material reached Chiplun after an arduous journey on July 28.
Minhaj College Manchester presents the "Living Legacy Festival" to be held on Saturday 20th November in UK. Special Guest & Keynote Speaker: Shaykh Hammad Mustafa al-Madani al-Qadri. This will be a unique event with entertainment, nasheeds along with talks from distinguished scholars from around the world.