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Modern era is based on the principal of research on IT: Speaker Balochistan.

QUETTA: Modern era is based on the principal of wide-ranged research on information technology. Nations, who make research in this discipline routine part of their life, can compete in this modern age.

The speaker of Balochistan, Rahila Hamed khan Durani, while addressing in the 3rdinvention to innovation summit Balochistan 2018 arranged by Balochistan University said, Balochistan University is the biggest university in the province that provides higher education to the youth of province.She said," i completed my masters in Media and journalism from this particular university".

She appreciated the contribution of Vice chancellor in arranging of such kind of programs.She further said, Balochistan University has attracted people towards an important ideology.

Through such kind of programs, we, the people of balochistan, can go extra miles of development in various fields, including industrial, agricultural and educational respectively.She said, Balochsitan is on the road of development and works on China Pakistan Economic corridor (CPEC) are underway.

It will prove productive not only for Balochistan, rather it change the destiny of overall region. For this change need of useful human resource is indispensable.

We can gain this valuable human resource only through effective educational institutions.The vice chancellor, Dr Javed Iqbal, while addressing to the conference said, it is third consecutive conference being held in Balochistan University.

The aim of arranging this conference is to intensify and encourage the sources of modern age technology and research.He said, Balochistan University has united all institutions on a single platform.

This institution has played a significant role in creating awareness about higher education in Balochistan. He said, societies develop through higher education.

Dr Abdul Raziq and Dr waheed Noor also addressed to the conference and visited stalls. The Chief Guest also visited stalls and applaud the stalls management.

At the occasion, the chairman of Pakistan Science Foundation was also present.

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