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Wife of Iranian president visits NUML

By APP
April 23, 2024
Spouse of the President of Iran visited the National University of Modern Languages (NUML). — x/ForeignOfficePk
Spouse of the President of Iran visited the National University of Modern Languages (NUML). — x/ForeignOfficePk

Islamabad:Dr. Jamileh-Sadat Alamolhoda, wife of the President of Islamic Republic of Iran, visited National University of Modern Languages (NUML) on Wednesday, says a press release.

NUML Rector Major General (r) Shahid Mahmood Kayani HI(M), Director General NUML Brig Shahzad Munir, pro-rectors, deans, directors, and large number of students were also present on the occasion. In her address Dr. Jamileh said that Islam has enlighten the whole world with its teachings about knowledge 1,400 years ago, and knowledge without ethics has no value. She said that during colonial era religious leaders of Iran and this part of the region play significant role to keep the nations united. She admired the role of the great poet of east Allama Iqbal and his invaluable role to preserve the Islamic message of knowledge and ethics.

Rector NUML also awarded an honorary PhD degree to the honourable guest in Educational Sciences. She also spoke at her own book launch titled’The Art of living Femininely’ and said that her book is being translated into Urdu as well. She praised NUML’s role in knowledge production and dissemination and also desired to explore the possibilities of mutual academic collaboration in the field of science and technology and languages. She also thanked NUML administration for a warm welcome and on providing her an opportunity to interact with the students and faculty. Honourable guest also inaugurated the cultural festival at NUML and visited various national & international stalls showcasing various cultures and their traditions.

Speaking on the occasion Rector NUML Major General (r) Shahid Mahmood Kayani said that Pakistan & Iran are enjoying historic, brotherly, and mutually trusted bilateral relations; and both the countries have deep rooted people to people relations.