SSUET convocation heldMarch 19, 2016
KARACHI: Sir Syed University of Engineering & Technology organized its 19th Convocation in which around more than 1500 degrees were presented to the passouts of BS and MS programme. Position holders were conferred gold, silver and bronze medals for securing highest marks in the respective disciplines.
Addressing students at the convocation, chief guest, Prof Dr Mukhtar Ahmed, Chairman Higher Education Commission of Pakistan said, “Graduation is the beginning of your professional life. While you prepare to enter practical phase of your career, never forget that a large segment of our society is deprived of the basic amenities of life and facing hardship.
Chancellor Jawaid Anwar said Muslims ruled the world because they were highly advanced in education and learning. Western world took the advantage of Muslim discoveries and inventions and developed their countries on the basis of their work. Education makes society grow and survive and only educated person may bring change in the society in a positive direction.
Students were also honoured with gold, silver and bronze medals for their outstanding achievements in their academic career. Sadia Ghani Malik of Computer Engineering, Gul e Zehra of Electronic Engineering, Fiza Burney of Telecommunication Engineering, Rabia Mahmood of Biomedical Engineering, Mohammad Bilal Wasim of Civil Engineering and Wajiha Latif Khan of Computer Science received gold medals for securing 1st position.
Recipients of silver medals for securing second position included Nimra Khan of Computer Engineering, Amber Jabeen of Electronic Engineering, Mohammad Atiq of Telecommunication Engineering, Tehreem Hamid of Biomedical Engineering, Syeda Shadab Raza of Civil Engineering and Sara Shakeel of Computer Science.
Mahrose Fatima Naqvi of Computer Engineering, Farheen Nasir of Electronic Engineering, Sidra Gul of Telecommunication Engineering, Hira Sohail of Biomedical Engineering, Olas Yar of Civil Engineering and Arsalan Ahmed Khan of Computer Science were awarded bronze medals for standing 3rd position.