It is inevitable for our country to adopt new technologies to get out of energy crisis. We should benefit from the latest innovations in this regard. Dr. Muhammad Ali shared these views in One Day National Seminar on Nano-Materials for Optoelectronic Applications. The seminar was organized by department of Physics. Vice Chancellor said that the University has planned to work on Solar Energy projects in collaboration with University of Engineering Lahore. Dr. Ali appreciated the researchers of Nano-Technology. Dr. Ajab Khan Kasi from Queta, Dr. Khurram Saleem from UET Lahore, Dr. Muhammad Idrees, Dr. Waheed Samraiz Khan, Dr. Muhammad Shahid, Dr. Malika Rani, Dr. Muhammad Hussain, Dr. Ijaz Ahmad, Dr. Masood ul Hassan Farooq from Comsats Lahore presented their research work on Nano-Technology. Before that Prof. Dr. Muhammad Ameen, Chairman Department of Physics welcomed the guests and described the objectives of the conference. A large number of students and faculty members from various departments participated in this informative seminar. In closing remarks, Prof. Dr. Muhammad Zuber, Dean Faculty of Science and Technology appreciated the efforts of the organizers.