KARACHI -- Sindh Governor Imran Ismail said that female students who have been staying at the forefront in the field of education are found left behind in their profesAsional lives. The federal government wanted to support such students to play their part with full responsibilAity and dignity in their professional careers which they have demonstrated during their educational era.
He said this while speaking as chief guest at 10th convocation of Dow University of Health Sciences held at the Cricket Ground of Ojha Campus, Karachi.
According to the Dow University of Health Sciences statistical record, the 10th convocation conferred the deAgrees to 1,349 graduates, postgraduAates diploma and doctorate students while PhD degrees were awarded to two students this year. The conferment of the degrees, 27 gold medals, 27 silAver medals and 27 bronze medals were presented to high achievers for their outstanding performance by the GoverAnor Imran Ismail.
The event was attended by the Vice Chancellor of Dow University of Health Sciences Prof Dr Mohammed Saeed Quraishy, Pro Vice Chancellor Dr Zarnaz Wahid, Pro Vice Chancellor and Chairperson Convocation ComAmittee Dr Kartar Dawani, Pro Vice Chancellor Prof Khawar Saeed Jamali, Registrar DUHS Prof Amanullah AbAbasi, Principal Dow Medical College Prof Amjad Siraj Memon and Vice Principal Dow International Medical College Prof Ramlah Naz.
While senior faculty members includAing Prof Syed Mukarram Ali, Prof Zeba Haque, Prof Saba Sohail, Prof Fawad Ali Musa, Prof Nawaz Lashari, Prof Sanam Soomro, Prof Zahid Azam, Prof Nadeem Ahmed, Prof Sumbul Shamim, Prof Jahan Ara, Prof Fouzia ImAtiaz, Prof Akhtar Ali Baloch, Prof Nisar Ahmed Rao, a huge crowd of students and their parents were present at the event.
The governor while addressing the convocation said that it was a proud moment for you all that Dow UniAversity of Health Sciences is among the top 500 universities of Asia and you are a student of this prestigious university. He predicted that all the Gold Medallists high achievers would be girls. Our girls are on the lead in educationAal grounds, now, we have to...