VU Organizes Conference On Post-Pandemic Research Trends

Virtual University organized a two-day conference on “Post-Pandemic Research Trends in Ecological Sustainability: Challenges and Opportunities for IT”.

Virtual University organized a two-day conference on “Post-Pandemic Research Trends in Ecological Sustainability: Challenges and Opportunities for IT”.

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Federal Secretary IT and Telecom Shoaib Ahmed Siddique was the chief guest of the ceremony. Rector, Virtual University Naeem Tariq also attended the session along with eminent scholars from around the globe.

Prof. Dr. Marcos De Donato from Mexico discussed Genetic and Genomic improvement for sustainable animal production, Prof. Dr. Mohammad Ali (TI) Vice Chancellor Quaid e Azam University, Islamabad discussed “Ecological Sustainability And Current Challenges”, Dr. Rushdi Sabah Abdulqader, Assistant Professor Kirkuk University shed light on “Plants And Environmental Challenges” Prof. Dr. Amtul Bari Tabinda, Professor, Government College University, Lahore discussed the “Impact of COVID-19 Lockdown on Ambient Air Quality of Islamabad and Lahore Cities”. Prof. Dr. Syed Muhammad Saqlan Naqvi (TI) Vice Chancellor Bacha Khan University discussed “Health and Medicines in Genome and Post-Pandemic Era”. Prof. Dr. Masroor Ellahi Babar (TI) Vice Chancellor University of Agriculture, D.I. Khan, KP discussed “Impact Of Covid-19 On Research and Academic Activities”.

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Apart from all these renowned scholars, other Presenters discussed the important issues related to the core topic. Prof. Dr. Malik Arif Rafiq, Dean Faculty of Science and Technology, Virtual University of Pakistan summarized the session and gave his vote of thanks to all the participants.

Naeem Tariq while addressing to the audience said, “We need more initiatives like this conference to evaluate the needs of our system and for the sustainability of post Covid-19 situation.”

Originally published at daily times

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