The establishment of was much needed as it is aimed at providing support to the neglected parts of the society with special focus on Christian youth. At the institute, students will be guided about how to be able to compete on merit for getting admission in professional colleges and universities.
Addressing on the occasion, Sajid Ishaq, chairman Interfaith League Against Poverty (I-LAP) said that, “it was unfortunate that as the years have progressed since the inception of Pakistan, there has been a clear divide between people who can enjoy the privilege of being educated in good institutions and those who dare not even dream about it.”
Bishop Ishaq Mazhar, Chairman National Baptist Church of Pakistan and Mrs. Venus Mazhar unveiled the inaugural plaque.
Professor Christy Munir and MNA Dr Nelson Azeem were guest speakers at the event.