Nearly 4,000 graduate from LCWA

Students passed BS ,B.Ed, BFA, B.Com, BBA, BPA, BE, Pharm D, MA, MSc, MS/ M.Phil and Ph.D

Our Correspondent January 28, 2018

LAHORE: The two-day convocation of the Lahore College for Women University (LCWU) concluded here on Saturday.

Azad Jammu & Kashmir (AJK) President Sardar Masaud Ahmad Khan was the chief guest. The event was attended by PHEC Chairman Dr Nizamuddin, University of Education Vice Chancellor Dr Rauf-e-Azam, HEC Regional Director Dr Nazeer, senior faculty and prominent alumni.

A total of 3,964 students, who passed BS ,B.Ed, BFA, B.Com, BBA, BPA, BE, Pharm D, MA, MSc, MS/ M.Phil and  Ph.D  received  their degrees, rolls of honour and gold medals in the two-day convocation.  Sardar Masaud Ahmad Khan congratulated the students who had grabbed medals and degrees.

He said that their success was the result of hard work for which the credit also goes to their teachers and parents. He said that AJK had an 85% literacy rate. He urged the people of Pakistan to spare time to visit AJK, one of the most scenic areas in the world. He praised the academic standard of LCWU and congratulated the management.

“The young generation is a precious asset and the hope for a bright future of the country. Pakistani women are talented and playing an important role in medical, engineering, education, health and other sectors of national development.

Dr Tahira Aziz Mughal said the final day of the event was reserved for students of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Institute of Education, Institute of Languages and Culture, Institute of Visual Arts & Design and WILL.

Published in The Express Tribune, January 28th, 2018. 


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