30 Students Get Food Hygiene Training
LAHORE, University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (UVAS) Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Muhammad Nawaz has said the progress cannot take place without making considerable research.
The way of research leads towards new horizons of innovative success that sometimes surprise the world.
Speaking at a certificate distribution ceremony of a five-day training course on food hygiene among participants on varsity campus here on Friday, he said the success could not be achieved overnight, but through hard work and utter devotion.
Prof Nawaz said it was the responsibility of the academia to select modern courses and techniques in the field of bio-sciences.
He said the university was conducting practical research at national as well as international level.
“We are already offering the latest science disciplines to meet the world academia requirements,” he said.
The vice-chancellor congratulated the students and advised them to work hard for the betterment of their future and the nation in general.
Microbiology department chairman Prof Dr Khushi Muhammad said the purpose of the workshop was to educate students to use modern techniques for the formulation of affective vaccines against salmonellosis, listeria, campylobacter and staphylococcus pathogens.
At least 30 students from various departments and faculties have successfully completed the training course on food hygiene (poultry, egg, milk) organised by the microbiology department of the UVAS.
Later, UVAS Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Muhammad Nawaz along with Prof Nasim Ahmad and Prof Dr Khushi Muhammad distributed certificates among the successful course participants.