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4,619 graduates get degrees in LCWU 15th Convocation

Shaharyar Khan

LAHORE: (March 13, 2019): Lahore College for Women University 15th Convocation was held here on Wednesday. Punjab Minister for Population Welfare Col. (r) Sardar Hashim Dogar was the chief guest while Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr. Farkhanda Manzoor was also present.

A total 4619 degrees were conferred upon students and 50 position-holders were awarded medals, while 557 graduates given the Role of Honor. The graduates who were conferred degrees included 3736 BS/BBA/B.Com/BPA/BS CS/BE/BFA/Pharm-D, 874 M.A/M.Sc/MS/M.Phill/MSCS and 32 PhDs.

The Vice Chancellor’s Gold Medal was awarded to Hiba Miral Ali Gohar Ex-President Student Council and Maham Noor was awarded the Role of Honor for being the President of Punjabi Dramatic Society of Lahore College for Women University.

While addressing the students, provincial Minister for Population Welfare Sardar Hashim Dogar said that their success was the result of hard work for which the credit goes to their teachers and parents.

You should be thankful to your parents who encouraged you for this purpose. This is your day and I congratulate to all of you on this very special day. Be the ambassador of ethics and values. As women your participants in the progress of Pakistan is very precious. Education is the backbone of any country.

Sardar Hashim Dogar

He said, “Lahore College for Women University plays a vital in the education of women. I feel great pride standing here to see the bright future of my country. I belong to Population Department and I know that you are facing serious problems in our society. I follow the rules of my great leader Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah and Prime Minister Imran Khan,” added.

While addressing the faculty members and students, Vice Chancellor Lahore College for Women University Prof. Dr. Farkhanda Manzoor congratulated all the graduates for completing degrees and on their successful achievement. She said that the Vision 2020 of Lahore College for Women University was fully in accordance to the Prime Minister Imran Khan’s Vision in which the most important factor is “Clean and Green Pakistan”.

She said, “Our ambition is to provide the quality education to all the students and to make the students, leaders of tomorrow.” Dr. Farkhanda also felicitated all the parents on the success of their daughters.  

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