PAF-KIET confers 550 degrees at 9th convocation


The Pakistan Air Force – Karachi Institute of Economics and Technology (PAF-KIET) conferred degrees upon 550 graduates in the disciplines of management science, computer science, engineering and media and arts at its ninth convocation.
The degrees awarded by the College of Management Sciences included 110 in BBA, 218 in MBA, eight in MS-MS, and 44 in PGD Islamic Finance.
The College of Computing and Information Sciences awarded 27 degrees in BS, four in MCS, five in MTN and 21 in MBA-MIS and 11 in MS-CS.
 A total of 78 degrees were awarded to BE Electronics students of the College of Engineering. The remaining 24 degrees were awarded to the BCA, College of Media and Arts students.
Air Marshal (retd) Azim Daudpota was the chief guest on the occasion. He awarded gold and silver medals to the distinguished students.
The chief guest emphasized the importance of higher education and the significance of research and development for the progress of the country.  The keynote address was delivered by Prof Dr Tariq Sohail, chairman of the SM Sohail Trust.
 Daudpota urged the students to embrace values including civic sense, tolerance and acceptance for the challenges of life. 
He said that a decent civil society can be formed only through the virtues of diligence, dedication and dutifulness.
Speaking on the occasion, the president of the institute, Air Commodore (retd) Muhammad Khalid Hussain praised the efforts of the students and faculty while emphasising the role of education in the development of Pakistan.
 Farheen BBA, Abdul Rehman BS, Saqlain Banatwala BE, Midah Najmi BCA, Abid Abbas MBA, Muhammad Waqas MBA-MIS, Anwarul Haque MTN, Syed Baber Ali MS-MS, Naheed Azeem MS-CS and Zuhair Ashfaq Ansari PGD were awarded with gold medals.
Marium Niaz BBA, Aman Ullah Khan BS, Sameen Arif BE, Muna Aftab BCA, Muhammad Ahad Akmal MBA, Farah Khalil MBA-MIS, Muhammad Mughal MTN, Masood MS-MS, Adeel Ansari MS-CS and Abdul Basit Fareed PGD were awarded with silver medals.   


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