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April 15, 2016

Roots IVY University College holds 13th graduation ceremony

Islamabad

 
April 15, 2016

Rawalpindi

Roots IVY University College celebrated its 13th graduation ceremony here on Wednesday.

The ceremony started with the National Anthem followed by recitation from the Holy Quran. The subsequent ceremonial and breathtaking graduation walk was witnessed by a jam packed hall with parents and Riffat Mushtaq the Founder Director & Khadija Mushtaq, CEO of Roots IVY education group. Other esteemed guests of honours were Senator Chaudhary Tanveer; former Chief Justice of Gambia, Ali Nawaz Chowhan; Saad Waseem, Country Head, University of London; Moazam Shahbaz, Regional Director, ICM UK; Representative from ACCA & Embassy of Ukraine.

The hosts Myrah Qadeer; Talha Arshad and Mariam Cheema completely stole the show and enthused exhilaration in the crowd. The guests were stirred by their warm welcome and brief narrative of the historic evolution of Roots IVY University College from a humble start in Harley Street to growing into a nationwide education system with campuses in Faisalabad, DHA-Lahore and F-8/4, Islamabad with a complete package of undergraduate and now with a new portfolio of graduate degrees.

Adding to the fervour of the ceremony, were vehement representations of University of London Programmes; BPPU Laws Programme, UK; BBA-Honours Programme of ICM UK, ACCA & HND qualifications offered at Roots IVY University College through stunning virtual tours and students perspectives.

Khadija Mushtaq speaking on the occasion appreciated the intellectual mentoring of students at Roots IVY University and congratulated the administration and faculty on producing such exceptional talent.

Addressing the young graduates, she impressed upon them the need to uphold the national interest of Pakistan while keeping them in line with the global trends and requirements. She also underscored that girls now seem not only at par with boys but even surpassing them in terms of their achievements which is an extremely positive step in national development. She concluded with her great admiration for the Young remarks

Finally, the guests of honours awarded medals and shields to the over 200 graduates; acknowledging the excellent academic performers as well as distinction holders.

In the end, Khadija Mushtaq presented souvenirs and thanked the guests of honours and parents for gracing the evening with their presence. She also showed her appreciation for the remarkable efforts of her team in making the graduation a memorable event.

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