Sindh Agriculture University introduces Housing Scheme for its employees
SAU organizes seminar to create awareness about low investment private housing scheme
The dream of a private residential colony for SAU employees is 30 years old – VC Dr. Marri
Sindh Agriculture University (SAU) Tandojam is actively working on introducing a private housing scheme for its employees to resolve their residential problems.
The SAU also organized an awareness seminar on Wednesday regarding the housing scheme introduced on low investment for university employees.
Addressing the seminar, Dr. Fateh Marri, Vice Chancellor, SAU spoke of gravity of housing issue and said that millions of people in Sindh have lost their roofs due to floods and rains.
“Currently, more than 8.5% of Pakistan’s population is forced to live in temporary huts and on footpaths, due to the rapidly growing population, this number may increase alarmingly,” he said.
Dr. Fateh Marri said that due to migration from different areas to cities and the economic crisis, it will be a big challenge for the common man to build his own house.
He said that the dream of a private residential colony for SAU employees is 30 years old and we have to take the first step for making this dream true.
Aakash Santorai, CEO of Property Marketing, who introduced the residential colony project on this occasion, said that we have to change our traditional attitude towards the housing sector. “We have to make decisions today for the good of our future generations,” he said.
Aakash Santorai provided complete information about the residential scheme for employees and answered questions from the audience.
Dr. Muhammad Ismail Kumbhar Director, University Advancement and Financial Assistance said that SAU is working seriously on the residential project of employees for the first time in its history. (PR)