FAISALABAD: The College of Agriculture, Faisalabad (UAF), has introduced to look at February 14 (Valentine Day) as ‘Sisters Day’ with an intention to advertise japanese tradition and Islamic traditions among the many youth.
In response to an announcement made by the varsity’s Vice Chancellor Dr Zafar Iqbal Randhawa, “We’re enriched in our tradition, norms, and Islamic values. We’re mulling a plan to distribute scarf, shawls and robes printed with UAF insignia amongst feminine college students on the day.”
“In our tradition, girls are extra empowered and earn due respects as sisters, moms, daughters and spouse.” He stated that we had been forgetting our tradition and western tradition was taken root in our society. The vice chancellor stated that nations, which overlook their cultural values, had been diminished from the map of the world.
He stated that preservation of tradition was important to take care of our identification and dignity on the planet. Speaking to college students, he added that the youth should be inclined and commit their energies in direction of their training and information, including that within the trendy period, solely information based mostly economies.
He additionally inaugurated the signage titled “I really like UAF” established close to Clock Tower of the college.
Speaking about signage, he stated that the initiative was geared toward selling the love and love for our alma mater. He stated that the UAF can be extra beautified and glorified with the showcasing of agricultural traits and practices depicting the colours of agricultural panorama