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University of Wah holds 11th convocation

By Our Correspondent
November 30, 2023

Wah Cantt: University of Wah held its 11th convocation on Monday at its auditorium to honour the outstanding accomplishments of its graduating students, says a press release.

The Governor of Punjab and Chancellor of the University, Muhammad Baligh Ur Rehman, presided over the ceremony as the chief guest. Many dignitaries, educationists, community representatives, faculty members, graduating students, and their parents attended the ceremony.

Vice Chancellor University of Wah, Prof. Dr. Jameel-Un Nabi, welcomed the graduates and praised them for being catalysts of change for the university. 

The Governor of Punjab and Chancellor of the University, Muhammad Baligh Ur Rehman speaks during the 11th convocation of the University of Wah in this still on November 29, 2023. — Facebook/UW
The Governor of Punjab and Chancellor of the University, Muhammad Baligh Ur Rehman speaks during the 11th convocation of the University of Wah in this still on November 29, 2023. — Facebook/UW

During his speech, he highlighted some recent accomplishments of the University, including receiving consecutive Academic Excellence Awards, ranking highly in the Impact and UI GreenMetric Rankings for 2023, being awarded research grants, launching new academic programs, and promoting research culture.

He advised students to keep learning in today’s rapidly changing world but also understand the importance of upholding integrity, showing empathy, and practicing ethical behavior in their personal and professional lives. By embracing these values, they will be better equipped to make the right decisions and contribute to creating a better world.

During the ceremony, outstanding students were awarded for their exceptional academic achievements, leadership qualities, and contributions to various fields. Thirty-six students were awarded gold medals, distinguished students’ awards, and a student of the year award in their respective faculties. In addition, 1,158 undergraduate and graduate students conferred degrees in Basic Sciences, Computer Science, Engineering, Management Sciences, Social Sciences, and humanities.