LAHORE - The Government College Universitys Dramatics Club is to stage Mumtaz Muftis master piece Nizam Saqqa from next Friday. It will continue till Sunday. The play centers on the legend of Nizam, an ordinary peasant, who was supposedly made the king of India for one day only by the Mughal Emperor Hamayun. Nizam proves to be an able king even in the short duration given to him. He is able to convince all and sundry that there is no difference between a pauper and a prince. Nizam as a king humiliates the entire government machinery for its apathy towards the masses. His short reign has profound messages for all around him. The character of Nizam tells us that the pivotal thing in society is justice and fair play. In dispensing justice, Nizam eclipses even emperor Hamayun and silently returns to oblivion. The play conveys earnest messages in a light humorous vein. The encounters between Nizam and Hamayun are both witty and insightful. The GCUs Dramatics Club has further embellished the play with live classical music. Singers from the GCUs Nazir Ahmed Music Society are providing the score for the play. Nizam Saqqa also includes a live Qawali & Classical Music session. The cast for the play includes Ghulam Ali Shair, Yumna Malhi, Syed Manan Azhar, Maham Naz, Nayab Faiza, Fatima Tanvir, Wajeeha Nawaz, Azer Khan, Almas Sabeeh, Saad-ul-Hassan, Maryam Darak, Umer and Mudassar Riaz. Roll number slips issued: Punjab University BA/BSc Annual Examination 2011 will commence from April 7, for which roll number slips have been dispatched to all candidates through registered mail on their addresses. Candidate who has not received slip yet, they can receive the duplicate slip from BA/BSc Hall, Exams Department New Campus, spokesman of the university said. He said regular candidates of colleges should get attested the application from their college principal.