KARACHI - The youth of Pakistan must come forward and play their due role towards nation’s sustainability as young and educated workforce is the key to national development.
At the convocation ceremony, more than 500 students graduated in the disciplines of business administration, computer science and fashion and textile design. Four gold medals were awarded to students. Brig (R) Sadiq Jamal, NICE chairman recognised the hard work of the graduating students and the faculty. He advised students to play their positive role in the development of Pakistan.
Chief Executive Officer of Cupola Group of Companies Rafiq Rangoonwala was the key note speaker, who aspired the graduates by sharing his experiences and stressed the importance of an educated mind for a progressive nation.
Huma Bukhari, NICE rector praised the graduates for their endless efforts and wished them a better tomorrow.
Mian Abrar Ahmed, chairman, Karachi Chamber of Commerce and Industries and Sardar Yaseen Malik, Chairman of Hilton Pharma, were the guests of honour.
Mirza Raza Ali, Director Finance, Bushra Raza, Director Academics, Salman Jamal, Registrar, Fasihul Siddiqui, member BoG and Isma Zaighum, Manager Business Administration, also addressed the audience.
The ceremony was attended by a large number of participants representing social, government and corporate sectors.