6th Convocation 2017

Thursday, November 02, 2017

Sixth convocation of University of Wah was held on 2 November, 2017. His Excellency Mr. Malik Muhammad Rafique Rajwana, Governor of the Punjab and Chancellor University of Wah was the Chief Guest on the occasion. A total of 350 graduates were awarded under-graduate and graduate degrees in the disciplines of Engineering, Basic Sciences, Computer Sciences, Management Sciences and Social Sciences & Humanities. 35 high achievers were awarded medals and Distinguished Student’s Award in their respective faculties. A large number of parents of graduating students and community representatives attended the convocation ceremony. Governor of the Punjab congratulated the graduating students in general and the award winners in particular. He also appreciated the efforts of the University in striving towards bringing positive shift in the society coupled with the changes that innovation brings. He also acknowledged the focused approach of the University towards knowledge economy and the efforts of the University in organizing an impressive and flawless ceremony. Vice Chancellor University of Wah, Prof Khaliq ur Rehman Shad SI(M), highlighted the salient achievements of the University since its inception. He apprised the gathering about the increasing intake and infrastructural up-gradations and enhancements. He also highlighted that the University of Wah is committed to a value based integrated educational philosophy and aims to develop socially responsible generation of professionals, researchers and leaders for the nation. The Vice Chancellor thanked the Chief Guest and guests for their presence at the Convocation. He also advised the graduates to exploit on the foundations laid by the University and participate in the progress and development of the country wholeheartedly. The Chief Guest and the Vice Chancellor also extended their felicitations to the graduates and their parents and wished them good luck for future.

An overview of various
activities of the University
during the period and a glimpse of the future vision.

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