LAHORE - Punjab University College of Arts and Design (PUCAD) Bachelor in Fine Arts (textile designing) students displayed their theses work here at Alhamra Art Gallery on Thursday. Punjab University Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Mujahid Kamran inaugurated the exhibition of the work of 14 students of the first batch. PUCAD Textile Designing In-charge Aiza Sohial, Principal Zafar Ullah, Israr Chishti, Jamshaid Chishti and a large number of teachers as well as students were also present on the occasion. Vice-Chancellor Dr Mujahid Kamran visited all stalls where Aiza Sohail and concerned students gave him briefing about their work. Students exhibited their work in form of wall hangings, textile items, interior designing items, dresses, bed sheets, curtains, etc. Speaking on the occasion the VC appreciated the creative sense of the students and said that their work was up to the markets standards and modern requirements of the industry. Dr Mujahid Kamran ensured the administration of all out support for the promotion and development of such activities. PUCAD Textile Designing In-charge Aiza on the occasion said that all students' work was marketable and she told the VC that out of 14, five students have already received job offers from weaving industries and boutiques on handsome salary packages. These BFA students had selected special topics for their work for instance Hassan Babar worked on 'dieing images' by using the pictures of historical buildings in his work, Nosheen Zaidi topic was 'Save Gaia', Fiza Javed worked on 'Universal harmony', Zohaib Aslam topic was 'My car my world' so he used different sketches and parts of cars in his designing. Mehwish Naveed used 'Mughal Glory Beckons' in his designing, Quratulain Ali Choudhary topic was 'Purity is white' and she prepared a wonderful bed linen pillows by using unique technique. Bismah Iqbal works theme was 'Back to the Future', Madiha Mansoor topic was 'Primitive spirit, Reema Siddiqi was 'Seven deadly habit' so she used envoy, anger and other such sentiments in her work. PUCAD Principal Zafar Ullah on the occasion said that to define textile art in all its inexhaustible aspects had been a challenge to aspirants of all ages in a rapidly changing world of today.