GFS Builders & Developers has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Z Group of Companies to mark a start of a great and exciting collaboration and to strengthen the corporate relationships for a divine cause. Chairman Saylani Welfare Trust, Maulana Bashir Farooqi was the Chief Gest.
Expressing his views regarding agreement, Chairman Saylani Welfare Trust, Maulana Bashir Farooqi said that the purpose of the agreement was to promote education in Pakistan. It is only with education any country can have productive workforce and fruitful individuals that contribute in its growth. Education of nation determines the roles they may play for the strength and progress of their country.
Speaking on the auspicious occasion, the Chief Executive Officer of GFS Builders & Developers, Irfan Wahid, said that the modern, developed and industrialized world is running on the wheels of education. To be able to survive in the competitive world, we all need education as a torch that leads the way. Education develops human personality, thoughts, and social skills. It also prepares people for life experiences.
Founder and President of Z Group of Companies, Zeeshan Altaf Lohya, said that education is the key to success for every nation and country. Education paves way for us to have a good career. It polishes our mind, reinforces our thoughts, and strengthens our character and behaviors toward others. Education plays a pivotal role in our lives and make us to reach our highest potential.
GFS Builders & Developers is a projectized organization offering a full range of construction services and investment management while maintaining a strong Foundation of trust and mutual respect generated through positive relationship with clients, architects, engineers, sub-contractors and suppliers.
Z Group of Companies is providing institutions for free learning. It is their mission to make education accessible to underprivileged masses by initiating OWN PAKISTAN (NGO) project where children get free education. Z motto is ‘Educate Pakistan, Build Pakistan’.