Lahore : The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) organized an Anti-Corruption Awareness Seminar at the University of Okara in a bid to train the faculty members and the administrative staff to save themselves from any sort of malpractices and financial irregularities.
This seminar was a part of the NAB’s nationwide drive to ensure a corruption-free environment in both public and private sector organizations.
Addressing to the seminar, the Deputy Director NAB Lahore, Muhammad Sajid, told, “NAB is a constitutional body and we are committed to wipe out every type of corruption from the institutions so that they function effectively and smoothly. During last three years, we have conducted above 100 seminars across Pakistan.”
The NAB team held a formal meeting with the UO faculty and the staff followed by a detailed lecture to the students. An awareness walk was also conducted in the university.
The Vice Chancellor of the University of Okara, Prof. Dr. Muhammad Zakria Zakar, hailed the NAB’s efforts to tackle corruption at large and directed his staff to ensure transparency in all matters.
“We are the guardians of the public money and we should make sure that not a single penny is routed to wrong way. By doing this, we shall be able to make the University of Okara a strong and prosperous institution”, told Dr. Zakar.