146 graduates students conferred with degrees in FNU convocation

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The 9th convocation of the Fast National University was held for graduating students here at its campus with degrees were conferred upon 146 graduates who successfully completed their Bachelors and Masters programs from the University.
In his welcome address, the chief guest Rector Director of the University Dr. Ameer Muhammad Khan highlighted the achievements of the Fast National University, its leading role in delivering technology based education and contribution in the provision of quality education even to the remotest areas of the country.
He also emphasized on the need to work selflessly for the progress and betterment of the country and for making Pakistani nation, an educated nation. He also appreciated the achievements of the Fast National University and also congratulated the successful graduates and high achievers.
He said FNU in very short span of time have showed tremendous progress in the field of education. He said introduction of the new disciplines and Ph.D program is another mile stone the FNU achieved as Private Sector University.
Rector Director of the University Dr. Ameer Muhammad conferred upon 146 graduates the degrees they had passed in 2010. He also awarded gold medal among the students who excelled in various faculties. Shahab Nisar in Electrical Engineering, Falak Asad in BSc Computer Science, Abia Ali in BBA, Aqil Saleem in MBA awarded gold medal. In Engineering Abdur Rehman, Umair Hassan Malik in BSc Computer Science, Muhammad Suleman in MBA and Reshail Yawar in BBA were awarded silver medals while Adil of Engineering and Muhammad Abbas in MBA got bronze medals.
Earlier, speaking on this occasion, Director Dr. Rahim highlighted the aim and objective of FNU said that FNU started BSc Computer Science program in 2001 and in 2002 launched BBA, followed by introduction of MS, MBA and Ph.D Mathematics programs. He said a plan has already been chalked out for the launching Ph.D program in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.
He said a total of 146 degrees awarded to the successful students of 2010 with four students awarded gold medal, four silver medals and two got bronze medals.
The convocation was attended by dignitaries, academicians and parents of the graduates.