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A Certificate Distribution Ceremony of KOHA & WEB DEVELOPMENT (3 month short course) organized by Library, National Textile University was held on May 12, 2017 (Friday) at Royalton Hotel, Faisalabad. Dr. Zafar Javed, Registrar NTU was the Chief Guest on this occasion. Course Coordinator Mr. Mushtaq Ahmad highlighted the course contents and thanked Prof. Dr. […]
HEC approves the Grant to NTU Library worth of 3 million Pakistani rupees for UP-GRADATION & STRENGTHENING of Library, National Textile University Faisalabad under the project “INSTITUTIONAL STRENGTHENING”. Here I would like to thanks Prof. Dr. Tanveer Hussain, Rector, NTU for guidance and support throughout the project submission. I also pay my special thanks to […]
NTU Faisalabad: Prof. Dr. Muhammad Tahir Hussain, Dean Academics has said that National Textile University (NTU) will change the future of Pakistani nation. NTU Library and Computer Science Department organized a seminar with the collaboration of A & J Def Tek Consultants, Rawalpindi (A co-partner of HEC) on “Hands on Training of Science Direct and […]
NTU Faisalabad: Professor Dr. Tanveer Husain (Rector) has said that National Textile University (NTU) is one of the leading Institutes which provide research opportunities to the researchers. NTU Library organized a Seminar on “How to Access HEC Digital Resources” with the collaboration of PASTIC sub center Faisalabad on December 30, 2016 (Friday) from 2:00 PM […]
NTU Faisalabad: Dr. Zafar Javed, Registrar/ Dean Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences has said that National Textile University (NTU) will eventually change the future of Pakistani nation. First time in the history of Faisalabad, National Textile University, Faisalabad started a short course namely “Associate Diploma in KOHA and Web development” of three month duration […]
National Textile University is a corporate member of the textile institute for the year ending February, 2017. The institute payed thanks to the NTU for their support by this letter.
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