NUST awards degrees to 181 S3H students

islamabad – To commemorate academic accomplishments of its graduating students, NUST School of Social Sciences and Humanities in its fourth postgraduate and undergraduate convocation held on Wednesday awarded degrees to 181 students, a statement said.

President and CEO of Askari Bank Syed Majeed Ullah Husaini was chief guest on the occasion, who awarded degrees and medals to the graduates.

Prominent among others present at the occasion were Rector NUST Lt Gen (R) Naweed Zaman, Principal NUST School of Social Sciences and Humanities (S3H) Dr Ashfaque Hassan Khan and luminaries from different walks of life.

Husaini, in his address, said that as inheritors of a society which blossomed up great values for life and a deep concern for human development, we should intensely aspire for deepening and broadening our knowledge; experience the power of team work and integrity; and always be guided by higher social values.

Earlier, in his welcome address, the rector said that the S3H established its credibility as a vibrant NUST institution in a short span of time. He made special mention of the Chinese Studies Centre at the school, which, he said, was not only teaching Chinese language to NUST students but was also imparting Chinese development experience at the undergraduate level.

He said that the centre would soon be teaching the Chinese way of doing business to NUST business students.

On the occasion, a total of 181 graduates received their degrees in disciplines of economics, mass communication, clinical psychology and public administration.

President’s Gold Medal for the Best Performance in academics for degrees of Master of Science and Bachelor of Science was awarded to four graduate students and three undergraduate students. Faculty awards were also distributed during the ceremony.

Dr Athar Maqsood and Dr Zahid Siddique were conferred the Best Teacher Award and the Best Researcher Award, respectively.


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