The Lahore College for Women University (LCWU)’s Floral Art and Horticulture Society held fifth annual floral art competition on Thursday. As many as 50 students from different departments displayed their artistic work in the competition, which was inaugurated by LCWU Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Rukhsana Kausar.
Dean of natural sciences Prof Dr Bushra Khan, botany department chairperson Prof Dr Farah Khan, senior members of the faculty, and a large number of students were also present.
Speaking on the occasion, Dr Rukhsana Kausar said terrorism is the biggest threat to Pakistan as economic prosperity can thrive only in the atmosphere of peace. She appreciated the flower decoration by students, saying that flowers were a symbol of peace and they cast positive impact on the thinking of a person.
The vice chancellor also lauded the efforts of LCWU’s Floral Art Society and botany department for organising healthy competitions among the youth, adding that the event had encouraged the young generation of the varsity to exhibit their talent. VC announced to allocate more land for the society in order to further increase the culture of research in the campus.