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Under construction Rahim Yar Khan Gymnasium will be inauguratd soon, Provide best sports facilities to every sports lover & talented youth equally without any distinction.

Muzaffargarh Gymnasium



Multan Gymnasium under construction and will be inaugurated soon

MUZAFFARGARH | Recep Tayyip Erdogan Hospital near completion.



N-70 Near Fort Manro Dera Ghazi Khan

Update on bridges being made to ease the slope.




Bahawalnagar Medical College U/C




Update:Construction Work of Phase 1, Khawaja Fareed University of Engineering & Information Technology(kfueit) Rahim Yar Khan will be Completed Soon,Only Engineering university in that Region.







Location: Muzaffargarh

Scope: 225 bedded General Hospital

Estimated Covered Area: 275,000 sq ft

Project Brief

Recep Tayyip Erdogan Hospital Trust (RTEHT) is a Public-Private Partnership registered in Pakistan under Societies Registration Act, 1860 in April 2014.

RTEHT was established to provide free health care services in a state of the art hospital, gifted by Turkish Government, on DG Khan Road, Muzaffargarh. The hospital was handed over to the Trust under an agreement between Government of the Punjab and the Trust in June 2014. Initially, RTEHT started its operations in July 2014 with 60 beds. Within 12 months of its inception, 40 new beds were added. The hospital provides free of cost medical services to all patients, irrespective of their background or status. Patients are also provided with free meals during their stay.

Government of the Punjab has announced and funded the expansion of RTEH which includes a Teaching Hospital, Medical College, Nursing College and other allied amenities on 113 acres of land adjacent to the existing hospital. As per the direction of worthy CM Punjab, first phase of the project is to be completed by December 2017.

Project Benefits

The hospital will provide free of cost medical services to the all patients irrespective of their background or status. The patients will also be provided with free meals during their stay.











Opening of Hepatitis Prevention and Treatment Clinic in Muzafargarh

Latest Pics Of Under Construction Recep Tayyab Erdogan Indus Hospital.






University of Central Punjab inaugurates its own solar power plant


In Pakistan, around 64% energy is produced via thermal power projects. The electricity is generated in these projects by burning fuels, which is not only damaging for the environment but also resource-intensive.

With depleting fossil fuel reserves and ever increasing oil prices, renewable energy is without a doubt the future of energy independence in Pakistan.

Solar power is not as big in Pakistan yet, but to cater to the increasing demand of energy, the University of Central Punjab (UCP) has installed a solar power plant in its premises.

According to the university, this is one of Pakistan's largest grid–tied solar power plant in the education sector.

University of Central Punjab Lahore has installed .5mgwt solar power facility for self consumption..great initiative..off grid solar power is cheap,clean & with reverse metering it generates income too..

The initiative of installing the 0.5 MW grid-tied solar power plant has seen the UCP make its way on to the list of Green League Universities, UK. It will also take the Punjab Group of Colleges one step closer to becoming Pakistan’s largest chain of green energy based educational institutions.

The installation of the plant was commissioned and completed in a record period of 3 months, and as a result, the university will now be able to produce 710 Mwh power per annum.

This will also reduce carbon emissions by 392 tonnes every year.

A new chapter of collaboration with Premier Energy was also organised, and Pro Rector UCP, Prof Dr. Muhammad Zafarullah formally inaugurated the plant at the university. The inauguration ceremony was followed by a panel discussion where eminent personalities from the energy sector highlighted the significance and potential of renewable energy resources. Additionally, a walk was also organised in favour of the green initiative.
South Punjab...
Tayyab Erdogan Hospital Muzaffargarh Expansion Under Construction Nearing Completion



BAHAWALPUR: Federal Minister for Education Engineer Muhammad Baligh-ur-Rehman has said that Institute of Science and Technology Bill has been passed by National Assembly.

While talking to APP, he told that the university would be completed with a cost of Rs 2290 million.
He expressed gratitude towards Chief Minister Punjab Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif and parliamentarians from opposition parties who helped in making this possible.

He said that government is paying special attention to the provision of high-quality education to people of Pakistan in general and Southern Punjab in particular.

He said that Khwaja Fareed University of Engineering and Information Technology is already operating in Rahim Yar Khan while Cholistan University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences is near completion in Bahawalpur.

He further told that slaughterhouse of Bahawalpur would be shifted near the veterinary university which will not only benefit the students of the university but the health issues of livestock at slaughter house will also be redressed.

Responding to a question, Federal Minister told that grant of Rs 855 million was provided to the Islamia University of Bahawalpur for various development projects.

He told that funds of almost Rs 1200 million have been provided for Bahawalnagar and Rahim Yar Campuses of the university during last five years.

Federal Minister further told that NUST and National Defence University will open their campuses at DHA Bahawalpur which will provide better opportunities to the students and academia of Bahawalpur.
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