HAJVERY UNIVERSITY (HU) CONVOCATION 2017 -
Celebrating Academic Excellence
Hajvery University (HU) held Convocation 2017 on Saturday, 16 December 2017 on-campus in a grand ceremony to celebrate the academic excellence of its graduates, researchers & faculty alike. More than 545 Male and Female students received degrees; high achieving students received scholastic awards, gold & silver medals.
Dignitaries from Government and non-Government Institutions, Chairman and Members of the Hajvery University, Board of Governors, Vice Chancellors of Universities, Rectors, Deans and other distinguished guests attended the convocation to celebrate the achievements of HU. Over 2000 people attended the ceremony including proud parents.
Rector, Prof. Dr. Khalid Pervaiz lauded the efforts of the students who achieved their degrees through hard work and perseverance. He encouraged them to continue their efforts to achieve success in professional careers. Director Administration, Maj, General (retd) Muhammad Latif, in his address commended Chairman, Board of Governors, Mr. Atif Mushtaq for his untiring efforts to provide HU students the best educational opportunities possible. Mr. Fahd Sheikh, Director, Office of International Relations commended the teaching faculty, research staff for their hard work and encouraged them to bring even more accolades in the fields of teaching and research.
Chairman, Board of Governors, Mr. Atif Mushtaq expressed the varsity’s commitment to continue producing the best Engineers, Entrepreneurs, Fashion Designers, Producers, Anchors, Pharmacists, Economists, Software Engineers, and a host of other Professionals, thus contributing towards the nation building of Pakistan.
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