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Serving people is like worship: Registrar, IHC, Raja Jawad Abbas Hassan
“Society can survive with kufr, but not injustice”
Islamabad: The certificate awarding ceremony of the Federal Judicial Academy was held here at the Academy on Saturday marking the conclusion of a week-long pre-service training for the newly-appointed Civil Judges-cum Magistrates from Punjab.
This one week training was organized by the Academy with an aim to inspire professional excellence among participants and train them with a difference for easy and expeditious dispensation of justice.
Raja Jawad Abbas Hassan, Registrar, Islamabad High Court graced the certificate awarding ceremony as the chief guest and distributed certificates among the judicial officers.
Highlighting the importance of training, Registrar of IHC reminded the participants that, “Learning is a continuous process and training stimulates continuous improvement. I hope that you will have more such like well –thought and well-rounded trainings in the future.”
Sharing his foreign country training experience with the participants, Raja Jawad said, “Recently, I was abroad for a training and while being there I logically concluded that in many areas of judicial training we are far ahead of some developed countries in the world. But what is needed is to apply the knowledge, and skills we gain during our trainings for the service of people because serving people is like worship.”
Earlier, in his welcome address, Director General of FJA, Mr. Hayat Ali Shah gave a brief resume on the training course and thanked the Punjab Judicial Academy for sending newly–appointed judicial officers in this course and stated that this Academy is at work with new vigor, vitality and new approach to bring about attitudinal and behavioral change and professional excellence among trainees.
In order to sensitize the young judicial officers, DG, FJA quoted a saying of Hazrat Ali (A.S), that a “society can survive with kufr (infidelity), but not injustice”.
Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Nadeem Ahmad Sohail Cheema, Senior Instructor /Additional District & Sessions Judge, from Punjab Judicial Academy thanked the FJA management for very productive and pragmatic training for the trainees.
Naseem Akhtar Naz, Civil Judge-cum- Magistrate expressed views on behalf of the participants.
A total of 21 newly-recruited judicial officers participated who benefited from this programme were awarded certificates in the ceremony.
The faculty members, officers and staff members of the Federal Judicial Academy were also present in the certificate awarding ceremony.