College of Tourism & Hotel Management (COTHM) recently had the honor of hosting Provincial Minister for Higher and Schools Education, Mansoor Qadir, at its esteemed flagship campus. The visit, marked by insightful discussions and engaging interactions, showcased the minister’s appreciation for COTHM’s commitment to educational excellence and skill development.
Accompanied by a delegation from COTHM, including COO Zaheer Ahmad, Registrar Muhammad Jamil, and Director of Media & Marketing Fraaz Kasuri, Minister Mansoor Qadir embarked on a comprehensive tour of the college facilities, engaging with faculty members and students alike.
During his visit, Minister Mansoor Qadir took the opportunity to engage directly with the students, expressing admiration for their dedication and the institution’s remarkable efforts in nurturing the future workforce of Pakistan. He lauded COTHM’s state-of-the-art facilities, acknowledging the institution’s commitment to providing a conducive environment for learning and skill enhancement.
In his address to the students, Mr. Qadir praised COTHM for its pivotal role in training and empowering the youth of Pakistan. He emphasized that institutions like COTHM play a crucial part in preparing skilled professionals, contributing significantly to the nation’s growth and development.
“I am truly impressed by the dedication and state-of-the-art facilities at COTHM. The institution is not just shaping skilled individuals but contributing immensely to our nation by empowering the young population with valuable skills and knowledge,” remarked Minister Mansoor Qadir.
Highlighting the importance of vocational education and skill development, the minister assured COTHM of the government’s unwavering support in its endeavors. He reiterated the government’s commitment to collaborating with institutions like COTHM to further enhance educational standards and promote skill-based education across the province.
Zaheer Ahmad, COO of COTHM, expressed gratitude for the minister’s visit and his encouraging words, stating, “We are honored to have Minister Mansoor Qadir visit our institution and appreciate our efforts. This acknowledgment motivates us to continue our commitment to providing quality education and fostering skill development among our students.”
The visit concluded on a positive note, reflecting a shared vision between the government and COTHM to create a conducive educational ecosystem that empowers the youth and contributes to the nation’s progress.