Seminar on Quran, Iqbal & Youth
February 28, 2018
Dr. Murtaza Mughal, Senior Executive Director of United Insurance speaking as a Guest Speaker at a Seminar ” Quran, Iqbal & Youth” at Military College, Jehlum.
United Insurance participation in development of society
March 8, 2017
UIC believes that quality education developed quality society in this context creating awareness and promote healthy activity in young generation is the sole responsibility of every citizen of the country. On behalf of the Company Dr. Murtaza Mughal, Senior Executive Director giving speech on ethics of a good society as a Chief Guest at The Innovators, A project of the Innovators Educational System.
Environment, Health, Safety & Security
June 11, 2015
1st In’l Conference on Environment, Health, Safety & Security held on 11 June 2015
The company also actively participates in events held for betterment of the society particularly Environment and Climate . In this context the First International Environment, Health, Safety & Security Conference was held on 11th June, 2015 at Karachi Marriott Hotel with the collaboration of Pakistan Red Crescent Society and sponsored by the UIC for creating awareness about Health Safety & Security and share insights and best practices for challenges facing by the different industries.
T-20 Asia Deaf Cricket Cup 2015
April 28, 2015
T-20 Asia Deaf Cricket Cup 2015 was held in Lahore from 18 – 27 April, 2015. The United Insurance Co of Pakistan Ltd was the leader sponsor of the Pakistan Deaf Cricket Team 2015. The United Insurance Board always emphasis to promote talents of the Pakistan. In Pakistan Handicap and Special children also have talent and time to time they proved themselves on international level that they are good performer and can do better if the chance provided to them. United always extended big hand to accelerate the activities for such valuable people of the Country and Inshallah continue its support for the cause.
The 1st T-20 Deaf Asia Cup 2015 will stroll into action with three foreign teams India, Sri Lanka and Afghanistan along with hosts Pakistan take part in this tournament .
The event is being organised by the Pakistan Deaf Cricket Association (PDCA). The colorful ceremony of the mega event was held at the Sabzazar cricket ground where opening match will played between hosts Pakistan and one of the emerging cricket nations Afghanistan.
Association President Abdul Salam said it was his promise to revive international sports in Pakistan and the 1st T20 Deaf Asia Cup was the first step towards it. “We are committed to bring more teams to Pakistan to provide opportunities to the sports loving nation to witness international activity at their home soil.”
Pakistan deaf team manager Zaheeruddin Babar termed the hosting of Asia Cup as a first drop towards revival of international sports in the country and said: “Our deaf team has prepared well for this prestigious event and all the players are in good shape and eager to win title for the country and earn good name for it across the globe,” the manager added.
Pakistan deaf team head coach Nadeem Zafar Gondal and coach Umar Fayyaz said that they had selected the 15-member national deaf cricket team after a thorough process as first they held trials nationwide and then picked best 15 among them. “I hope our team will live up to the nation’s expectations and give them good news by winning the Asia Cup trophy.”
October 31, 2013
A Rett syndrome awareness session was organised by the Rett Syndrome Pakistan at the National Museum on Thursday.
Titled ‘Blue Sky Girls’, the chief guest of the programme was Prof Ghaffar Billoo, who along with keynote speaker Dr Syed Athar Enam, said Rett syndrome was an X-linked neurological disorder on the autism spectrum, and one of only four diseases that occurred almost exclusively in girls.
“Though it is genetic, it is not hereditary, so parents have no idea their infant has this syndrome until between 6-18 months of age, when she unexplainably plateaus in development or suffers a devastating regression,” said Dr Enam.
Such conditions, the participants in the seminar were told, led to seizures, scoliosis and severe lifelong motor apraxia affecting speech, hand use, mobility and even the ability to eat or breathe easily for the rest of her life, they added. They said studies showed Rett syndrome might be reversible, making them believe it might be the first neurological disorder to be reversed at any age.
United Insurance Company of Pakistan Ltd. (UIC) participation in Seminar on Breast Cancer Awareness Program 2013
A seminar on the topic Breast Cancer was organized by Memon Professional Forum, Ladies Wing at Memon Federation House, Karachi on 23rd February in collaboration with Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital and Memon Medical Institute Hospital.
A poem written and read by Miss Huma Waheed, Director of United Insurance Company of Pakistan Ltd. where as performance was offered by Ms. Sarrah Ali which was liked and applauded by all the participants, even Dr. Narjis Muzaffar appreciated the presentation and requested a copy of the poem so she could circulate it among the patients of Breast Cancer at Shaukat Khanum Hospital.
United Insurance Company of Pakistan Limited (UIC) has always been at the forefront of promoting various sports at all levels. In such an endeavor, we sponsored the Bayview College Football Team.