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NUST Business School holds 8th UG&PG Convocation

Islamabad: NUST Business School (NBS) held its 8th Undergraduate & Postgraduate Convocation here at the main campus of National University of Sciences & Technology (NUST) on Tuesday. CEO Atlas Honda, Mr Saquib H Shirazi was the chief guest at the ceremony; and awarded degrees to as many as 191 graduates and medals to the distinction holders. In his address, the chief guest appreciated the students, parents and faculty for their immense hard work and dedication. Sharing his views on how sacrifice, morality and hard work contribute to a successful life, he urged the graduates to never let go of these age-old values. He further said that Pakistan’s greatest strength is its human resource, adding that now there are more opportunities for Pakistani people to be good entrepreneurs than ever before.

PhD degrees were awarded to Dr Zubair Mumtaz & Dr Muhammad Sohail Rizwan. President’s Gold Medal for the best performance in academics for Master of Business Administration was awarded to Moez Malik Khattak & Hina Chaudry.

President’s Gold Medal for the best performance in academics for Bachelors in Business Administration was awarded to Ms Izza Zahir. Rector’s Gold Medal for the best Final Year Project of Bachelors in Business Administration was awarded to Ms Izza Zahir; and certificates to Ms Sania Ahmed, Ms Zainab Khan and Ms Ayesha Ahmed for collectively working on the project titled “Developing a Business Plan for Intelligent Video Based Solutions (IVBS) Software.”

President’s Gold Medal for the best performance in academics for Bachelors in Accounting and Finance was awarded to Ms Arusha Latif. Rector’s Gold Medal for the best Final Year Project of Bachelors in Accounting and Finance was awarded to Mr Talha Akbar; and certificates to Mr Amir Ali, Mr Ahmed Bilal and Ms Abdullah Bin Khalid for working as a team on the project titled “Pakistan Land Exchange – A Land Valuation Portal.”

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