Nazaria-i-Pakistan Trust legal advisor Justice (r) Munir Ahmad Mughal has urged students to concentrate on their studies and they must show utmost respect and veneration to their teachers and parents.

“Punctuality is the key to progress. It is the new generation who is going to be at the helm in the future. It is, therefore, imperative that they should be provided with the best type of education and training,” said Mughal as a special guest during a lecture entitled “What type of student does Islam lead one to become” on the third day of the Ideological Summer School jointly organised at the Aiwan-i-Karkunan-i-Tehreek-i-Pakistan by the Nazaria-i-Pakistan Trust and the Pakistan Movement Workers Trust.

Meanwhile, Punjab University Vice Chancellor Professor Dr Mujahid Kamran will address the students as a special guest at on the fourth day of the summer school at the Aiwan.

The purpose of the school is to improving the students’ ideological, educational and moral capacity and efficiency. Besides this, Professor Dr Rafique Ahmad will deliver a special lecture on the subject of “Two-Nation Theory.”–Staff Reporter