STAFF REPORT RISALPUR – Convocation of 77 Engineering Course has recently been held at Pakistan Air Force Academy, Risalpur. Lieutenant General (Retd) Muhammad Asghar, Rector of NUST, was the chief guest at the occasion.

The chief guest awarded merit certificates and medals to the distinction holders. Merit Certificate for best Aerospace Vehicle Design was awarded to NUST Cadet Qasim Manzoor, while Merit Certificate for Best Avionics System Design was awarded to Pilot Officer Ali Hanif.

Rectors Gold Medal for Best Project in Aerospace Engineering was awarded to NUST Cadet Usama Ahmed, Rectors Gold Medal for Best Project in Avionics Engineering was awarded to Pilot Officer Abdul Hannan while Presidents Gold Medal for standing first in Aerospace and Avionics Engineering Disciplines were awarded to Pilot Officer Rana Sufian Babar and Pilot Officer Ali Hanif respectively.

“In view of Pakistans needs for research and development in the field of engineering, you are required to pursue new horizons of opportunities and undertake new enterprises to find multi-dimensional solutions to the problems faced by our country,” said the Rector NUST.

He said that the nature of any engineers job is very exciting and demands utmost professionalism, precision and perseverance.

“Through your individual contributions as well as team work you can bring about an industrial revolution, provided you have the motivation, determination, vision and professional wisdom,” he said.

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