A graceful ceremony was recently held at the Habib University, where the grant of One million Rupees was presented to Habib University’s Chief Executive Officer – Mr. Parvez Ghias. At the ceremony, Dawlance’s leadership also shared their vision and also informed the audience about the initiative of ‘Dawlance for Humanity’ under which Dawlance has been pledging support to the community and playing its role in society.
Dawlance as a responsible brand was also rewarded with the ‘Trusted Work Place’ certification by based on safety standards of products, work-environment, and services of Dawlance.
The Chief Executive Officer of Dawlance – Umar Ahsan Khan stated that: “Over the years, Dawlance has launched several resourceful initiatives that reflect our strong commitment towards social-development. This progressive enterprise is elevating the quality of life and the standards of health and education for the masses. It is also nurturing revolutionary technologies that promise conservation of energy, for environmental sustainability, along with compliance to the global best-practices. Dawlance believes that the corporate sector must create awareness and contribute towards saving the world from global challenges like Covid-19.”
Responding to a question, the CEO of Habib University – Mr. Parvez Ghias said: I would like to express my gratitude for this generous contribution and financial support from Dawlance. It will enable higher education for many more students, who have the intelligence, but not the resources to earn a university degree.
It is a noble gesture to provide more educational opportunities for the deprived segments, as we must nurture a more qualified generation of professionals, for the future.
Dawlance is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the 2nd largest manufacturer in Europe – Arcelik, Turkey. Its parent-company also supports social-development, education, health, empowerment and poverty-alleviation, on a global scale. During the COVID-19 threat, all its subsidiaries are being inspired and supported to enforce safe-practices to prevent the spread of this pandemic.