Aligarh Institute of Technology (AIT) organized “Project Exhibition (DAE) 2024” in which 250 projects prepared by the 950 students of the Diploma of Associate Engineer Program (DAE) from 9 different departments using modern technical skills, were put on display. Chief Guests of the event were Chairman Sindh Board of Technical Education Dr. Qazi Arif Ali, Managing Director of Water Board, Syed Salahuddin, and Managing Director of STEVTA Munawar Ali Mithani were the chief guests.

Convener FPCCI Mahin Salman, CEO Terrace Pakistan Salman Haroon, Yusuf Baloch of STEVTA, President Site Super Highway Association Shaheen Ilyas Sarwana, Member Governing Body AIT Syed Farrukh Ahmad Nizami and other important persons participated.

Chairman of the Sindh Board of Technical Education, Dr. Qazi Arif Ali, inaugurated the project exhibition. He visited the stalls and appreciated the projects of the students as unique and inspiring. People from industries also attended the exhibition and appreciated the knowledge-based skills of the students. More than 40 companies were present at the exhibition to evaluate the performance of the students.

On the auspicious occasion, Dr. Qazi Arif said that the ideas of the students of AIT are equipped with modern technical skills that reflect in their projects. Students should be provided with such opportunities to show their talent and skill.

Managing Director, STEVTA, Munawar Ali Mithani specially came to attend the exhibition and said that many projects of students are important for industry and they can be developed on a commercial scale with the support of the industry.

Appreciating the efforts of the students, Managing Director of the Water Board, Syed Salahuddin, said that there is a need to strengthen the relationship between universities and the industrial sector.

Principal AIT, Shahid Jameel, said that AIT has been organizing this exhibition for the last 18 years. He congratulated the management of AIT and the organizers for making this exhibition a big success.

In the end, shields were distributed among 78 students who won positions and 26 best project advisors.