Degrees awarded to over 1,000 students at SSUET convocation.

KARACHI -- More than 1,000 graduating students were awarded degrees at the 26th convocation of the Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology (SSUET) on Tuesday.

The students belonging to the BS, MS programme and PhD programmes.

Sindh Governor Kamran Tessori was the chief guest of the event while former interior minister retired Lt Gen Moinuddin Haider and businessman Sardar Yasin Malik were the guests of honour.

They awarded gold, silver and bronze medals to position holders for securing highest marks in their respective disciplines.

A large number of educationists, scholars, faculty members, students and their families were also present.

Speaking on the occasion, Governor Tessori said that this was an era of software-based digital applications and emerging technologies. 'We are living in an environment where only knowledge and skills matter. Job situation is unpredictable and highly competitive. My advice to graduates is to keep updating their knowledge and skills throughout their career and get themselves prepared to cope with emerging technologies and advancements taking place in various fields and accept challenges boldly.'

He urged the people not to restrict position-holder girls to domestic chores as their daughter-in-law and let them continue with their skill-based professional career.

SSUET Chancellor Jawaid Anwar said that the convocation was culmination of students' tireless efforts...

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