LAHORE: Punjab Governor Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar has said that no one, including Prime Minister Imran Khan, is worried about Maulana Fazlur Reham’s long march, and name one political party which will participate in his long march.
At the 10th convocation of the King Edward Medical University, the governor told reporters on Thursday the opposition had been rejected by 220 million people in general elections and they still did not have the support of nation.
He distributed medals to 13 position holders. He said KEMU graduates and teachers deserved appreciation and he was confident the graduates who got degrees from here will serve humanity in Pakistan and across the world.
Prof Khalid Masood Gondal highlighted the performance of the KEMU in the past one year, including above 90pc of the score by the Higher Education Commission of Pakistan, Research Journal of King Edward Medical University as the recognized journal by Clarivate Analytics formerly Thomson Reuters and Kemcolians awarded as best researchers in the US and the UK.
eROZGAAR: Up to 540 students were awarded degrees at the Punjab Information Technology Board (PITB) and Youth Affairs, Sports, Archeology and Tourism’s project “eRozgaar Programme” graduation ceremony.
The ceremony was held at the University of Engineering and Technology Chemical Department Auditorium on Thursday.
Published in Dawn, October 11th, 2019