The Urdu department at Punjab University, established in 1978, is still waiting for proper facilities. Currently, the department is operating from three small rooms in the Department of Chemical Engineering, and students are forced to study in an informal setting.
Despite appeals to university authorities for proper lecture halls, the department is yet to receive any support. Dr. Zarreen Fatima, an assistant professor in the Urdu department, shares that students eagerly await their Urdu classes, but the lack of facilities makes it difficult for them to learn.
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