Islamabad-Metropolitan International University College (MIUC) hosted the Student Council Oath Taking Ceremony 2016, in an effort to encourage young individuals to regularise student body and become responsible citizens.

The MIUC students vowed under oath that they will be dynamic and responsible members of the student executive council and will abide by the rules and regulations made by the school to guarantee themselves and the student body a better campus life, says a press release issued here yesterday.

Sahebzada Ahmed Khan, chief of protocol, ministry of foreign affairs, graced the occasion as a chief guest and inducted the School’s President Muhammad Khan Abbasi and Vice President Sartaj Alam into the Student Executive Council, after administering their oaths followed by other Student Council Members.

MIUC Rector Walid Mushtaq accentuated on leadership and determination of the youth to make a revolutionary change in Pakistan. Badges and sashes were awarded to the members of the council which they received with immense pride and diligence. 

Dean MIUC Madam Kulsoom Tanvir Said, “We are committed to building a community that is devoted to student success and values individual learning, growth and service. It underscores our core values of honesty and integrity; respect for diversity; engagement in the community; and committing to reason, promoting peace, open mindedness and globalization. We signal this commitment with a simple phrase: “Step in to your future.”

Metropolitan International University College firmly believes in the ideology of cultivating the logical and organized future leaders and nation building in its students by equipping them with the best of analytical abilities and conclusive skills required for facing global challenges.

Ahmed expressed immense appreciation for the dedication of the students while also commending the dynamic leadership of Walid Mushtaq, Rector MIUC & Chief Executive Roots International Schools, Pakistan. He emphasized the need for active engagement of youth in professional organizations and encouraged more students to participate at national level thus encouraging student leadership.