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NUST Bazm-e-Pakistan Holds National Seerat Conference


Renowned speakers and naat khawans from across the country attended an annual national seerat conference and enlightened the audience with the life and teachings of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).
National University of Science and Technology (NUST) Bazm-e-Pakistan organised the conference at the university’s main campus on Friday.
Eminent guest speakers, including Sargodha University Vice Chancellor Dr Muhammad Akram Chaudhry, Dr Tahir Siddique, Dr Muhammad Khalid Masud and Dr Riaz Majeed spoke on the occasion and covered the principles of politics, economics, society and education taught by Islam and practiced by the Prophet (PBUH).
They said that it was through following in the footsteps of our beloved Prophet (PBUH) that we would bring lasting peace to the world. They said that the life of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) is a real manifestation of love, compassion and justice, and replication of these values in our lives should be our utmost priority.
NUST Rector Engr Muhammad Asghar thanked all the speakers and naat khawans for making it to the auspicious occasion. He said that Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH), the last prophet, is exalted to the highest position among humans, and to be successful, it was extremely important to follow what he (PBUH) taught as a model of excellence for all the generations to come.
He also warned the students of the challenges Muslims today faced due to the incomplete knowledge of Islam and diverse groups fighting each other. In this scenario, he advised that it was very important to choose the right path.
In the end, he appreciated NUST Bazm-e-Pakistan for organising the conference in a befitting manner.
The event culminated with the rector presenting shields to all the guest speakers and naat khawans.
Meanwhile, The City School, Capital Junior II, arranged a mehfil-e-naat at the campus.
The ceremony was well attended by a large number of students, their parents and the staff of the Capital Junior II, I8/2 branch.
The entire school was decorated aesthetically with flowers and buntings.
The children expressed their feelings of love and respect for Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) through naat khawani.
They also shed light on the life of the Prophet (PBUH) and called for adopting the teachings of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) for eternal success in the life and hereafter.
Later, prayers were offered for the prosperity of the country and the success of students. The best naat khawans were awarded prizes, while sweets were distributed among the guests and students.Daily Times.

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