The 15th convocation ceremony of Pakistan Air Force – Karachi Institute of Economics and Technology (PAF-KIET) was held on Friday at the Convention Centre, PAF Museum, PAF Base Faisal in Karachi.
A total of 698 graduates were conferred degrees in the disciplines of management sciences, computer sciences and engineering. The College of Management Sciences awarded 99 degrees in BBA and BSAF, 145 in MBA and one in the MS-MS degree programmes. The College of Computing and Information Sciences awarded 122 degrees in BSCS, 48 in BS-ERP, 28 in MCS, five in MBA-ERP, 10 in MS-CS, 41 degrees were awarded to BCA and six to MCA graduates. The College of Engineering awarded 11 degrees to MS-EE and 182 to the graduates of BE Electronics degree programme.
Vice-Chief of Air Staff Air Marshal Farooq Habib was the chief guest on the occasion and awarded gold and silver medals to high achievers. The chief guest emphasised on the importance of higher education and the significance of research and development for the progress of the country.
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In his welcome address, President of the Institute, Air Vice-Marshal (Retd) Tubrez Asif praised the efforts of the students and faculty, while emphasising the role of education in the development of Pakistan.
The gold medalists were Sarang Saeed Agha, Yusra Mansoor, Saaniya Sualeh Faisal, Hoorul Ain Durrani, Shiza Kokab Iqbal, Fawad Musharaf, Muhammad Araib Khan, Muhammad Mubeed and Ayesha Hassan.
Silver medals were awarded to Muhammad Amin, Omaima Tauqeer, Abdul Rehman, Rana Raheel Naseer, Binish and Asma Mahar.
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