423 students from the University of Isra received degrees in the eighteenth call

HYDERABAD – A total of 423 graduates from Isra University of Hyderabad received their degrees at the 18th Varsity Call held on Saturday. Of 423 graduates, 269 received degrees in programs in medicine, dentistry, nursing, and physical therapy, while another 12 received graduate degrees in their respective disciplines. In addition, six academics were awarded PhDs in the areas of business science and medical science, while 135 more graduates and postgraduates received degrees in business administration, computer science, electrical engineering, and information technology. In his video message to the convocation participants, Governor Sindh Imran Ismail congratulated graduates, postgraduates and academics on receiving degrees and hoped that as future builders they would play a critical role in bringing progress and prosperity to their land. native. The governor said that the PTI government under the leadership of Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan has focused its attention on achieving the development task as well as improving the socio-economic condition of the common people of the country. In addition to launching various projects in different sectors of life, he said that the PTI government has started various youth schemes including the Kamyab Jawan Program with the aim of providing opportunities for young people to get easy loans and start their own business. The Governor congratulated the Chancellor of Isra University, Professor Dr. Asadullah Kazi, the Vice Chancellor, Professor Dr. Nazeer Ashraf Laghari, the Board of Directors and the faculty members for providing quality education to students. Justice (retired) Faisal Arab, former Justice of the Supreme Court of Pakistan, who was the main guest on the occasion, congratulated the students and advised them to work hard and serve the nation and humanity by helping those who remain deprived of resources.

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