President Alvi lauds customary of schooling in NUST constituent faculties

President Dr Arif Alvi on Tuesday appreciated the usual of schooling in NUST constituent faculties particularly the Military College of Signals (MCS) and its ever-rising place amongst world famend universities, the navy’s media wing mentioned.

The president mentioned this whereas gracing the 28th convocation ceremony of MCS held in Rawalpindi because the chief visitor, based on the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR).

The commandant MCS highlighted the educational and analysis achievements of the faculty over the past one yr.

While addressing the gathering, President Alvi appreciated the efforts of the college and administration of MCS for holding such an auspicious occasion of the following era of proficient engineers of Pakistan.

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He congratulated the graduating college students as their efforts have come to fruition.

President Alvi, based on the ISPR, urged the younger graduates to proceed working exhausting for the development of nation and humanity “because our future is intertwined with the future of the country”.

The undergraduate levels have been conferred on 199 college students in Electrical (Telecom) and Software Engineering.

Lieutenant General Syed Muhammad Adnan, Inspector General Training and Evaluation, Rector NUST Lieutenant General (retd) Javed Mahmood Bukhari, college members, educationist and enormous variety of college students have been current throughout the ceremony.

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