NUR International University’s Department of Speech and Language Pathology organized “Stammering Awareness Seminar” at Model Town Campus. The seminar was attended by the faculty of NIU along with students. Dr. Zafar Iqbal Qureshi, Member Board of Governors graced the occasion as the Chief Guest and Dr. Munawar Malik was invited as a Guest Speaker. Dr. Munawar Ahmed Malik is currently working as Assistant Professor in Department of special education, University of Punjab. Besides a carrier as a special educationist, he also holds specialization in the field of speech and language therapy. During his professional carrier, he has served at National Institute for the handicapped Islamabad as a speech therapist for seven years. Later, Dr. Munawar joined MENCAP, an organization for the mentally challenged in the UK for about two years at Birmingham, U.K. Served at Hamza Foundation Academy, a school for deaf as Principal for six years before joining Punjab University in 2013. The respected Vice Chancellor, Prof. Dr. Rakhshanda Rehman was also present at the event and lauded the efforts of Speech and Language department for organizing the seminar.
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