ISLAMABAD - Chairman Allied Hospitals Rawalpindi, Dr Mohammad Aslam, has said the dream of acquiring honoured place among the comity of nations could not be materialised without equipping the nation with latest education.
Addressing at the ceremony at the campus of Jinnah Institute of Informatics and Commerce (JIIC) to honour the students of the college for securing top positions in the board examination Dr Mohammad Aslam said that the nations, which had treaded the path of education and research, are standing aloft with honour and grace in the world as leaders of the nations. Dr Aslam called upon the students to focus their energies on acquiring latest knowledge, as it is the only way to success.
Chief Executive of Jinnah Institute of Informatics and Commerce Pirzada Rahat Masood Qadoosi gave a detailed account of the institute's performance over the past several years and said that due to the hard work of the students and tedious efforts of the faculty the students of the institute have been coming up with remarkable results for the past several years. Qadoosi was all praise for the faculty for their dedication toward imparting quality education to the students and also greeted the students who had secured positions in the board examinations. He has also announced special prizes for the faculty members and students who have excelled in the board examinations. Those who secured cash prizes and commendation certificates included Sidra Murad for security first position in I-Com examinations organised by Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Rawalpindi. She was awarded Rs 50,000 cash prize and commendation shield. Second position holder in I-Com board examinations Hafiza Memona Rashid was given a cash prize of Rs 30,000 and shield while the third position holder in I.Com board examination Maryum Malik was awarded cash prize of Rs 10,000 and shield. Maham Rasool, Sundus Iftikhar, Asma Tariq, Sajida Bibi, Iqra Ghazanfar, Syed Mohammad Ali, Sahrish Adrees, Nadia Gul, Amna Ismail, M Tahseen Iavid, Nagina Murtaza, Hazanuz Zaman and Anbareen Nabeel were all position holders in B.Com part-I and II and BA examinations arranged by the Punjab University. All these position holders were given Rs 10,000 cash prize each and commendation certificates and shields. The chief guest has also given cash prizes to the students from his own pocket. Later the chief executive of the institute has presented institute's insignia to the chief guest and thanked him for sparing time for the event.