KARACHI: President Dr. Arif Alvi here on Wednesday said that continuous reigniting passion for the country, availability of quality human resource in all sectors and strengthening of the institutions were essential ingredients for making a nation strong. The president addressing 35th convocation and graduating ceremony of Air War Course at Air War College Institute said that quality leadership capable of taking timely and effective decisions , overcoming bias was two other vital prerequisites for achieving glory for a nation. Pakistan was created on basis of two nation theory and passion and national self esteem served as foundations of the theory, President Alvi said adding that passion and love for a country needed to be reignited continuously and persistently to ensure security, solidarity and development of the homeland. He said that it was the same passion that led Pakistan to develop nuclear deterrence within seven years despite having various challenges, limited human resource and financial constraints and now owing to its nuclear capability, the country possessed an impregnable and resilient position in comity of the nations with formidable deterrent to any foreign aggression. “This passion to be used as a resource to create national cohesion and uniformity of purpose to integrate the nation together for pursuing common aims and objectives,” he noted. Pakistan was endowed with exceptional Human Resources which when provided with the right resources and leadership could do wonders, Dr. Arif Alvi said and stressed the need of putting the skilled human resource to right use, providing fast track skill and knowledge to unskilled and semi skilled sections of the population irrespective of gender or disability. Human resource management was the core strategy behind progress of developed nations while world was now focused on artificial intelligence and cyber technology, he observed.