Vice Chancellor's Message
It is with feelings of satisfactory accomplishments that BUITEMS bade farewell to 2012 and
entered into a fresh enterprising year with determination to achieve even greater heights in future.
In spite of the challenging resource handicaps, BUITEMS continued its forward march by way of
promoting quality education with determination and strength of purpose, despite all odds.
The universities play a crucial role in leading the nations to positions of esteem and
strength. Advanced knowledge is the most important contributor to professional and economic
development. Today the vital share of knowledge in the world economy and the political
dominance of the developed countries, are so conspicuous that developing nations like ours can
not afford to ignore the fundamentals of the knowledge foundation i.e education, technical skills
and research. Such hybrid academic approach is essential for the emergence of our nation as a
power to be reckoned.
There can be no substitute for hard work and determination; there is no room for complacency or lethargy in the modern world of competition; there is no short-cut to respectable
living; and there can not be any compromise on the quality of academic and professional
achievements. By the grace of Almighty, BUITEMS has succeeded in building traditions of
discipline, hard work, open-minded educational approaches and insistence on quality and
excellence. Our students have been upholding the norms of meaningful acquisition of knowledge
and unprejudiced endeavor to excel.
Let us resolve, once again to maintain our traditions and welcome the New Year with the
pledge of infusing a new spirit of search for excellence in every field. Let us resolve to fix new
targets to be achieved, so that we may be able to raise our heads higher when we take stock of
our performance, a year later. For this, every one of us will have to develop regular work habits,
apply clear thinking and demonstrate the courage to compete.
BUITEMS has opened a number of new venues for academic enterprises. The students
are advised to exploit those venues to the maximum, so that they may be able to claim kinship
with the advanced modern world. They must shrug off the trend of being led. They ought rather
to lead by being innovative and enterprising.
"Wish you a brave and bright future"
Engr. Ahmed Farooq Bazai
Balochistan University of Information Technology,
Engineering and Management Sciences