Monday, December 8, 2014

Education never got its due priority in the history of Pakistan



Karachi, Karachi complained of the Vice-Chancellor University on Monday that education can not be developed in the history of Pakistan, and as such is not the culture of learning, knowledge and awareness in the company has its reason priority.

During the presidency at the 13th convocation of the Degree College Defence Office for Women, Dr Muhammad Qaiser said the delay and the decline of the nation was because he was back in the quality of education.

Around 194 graduates of the session of 2012 and 2013 were BA, BSc and BCom degree awarded for 19 master degree programs were presented by the students at the ceremony. Fourteen students awarded degrees MA (Economics) in MA (English), five students were 68 students who obtained degrees BCom BSc received 32 students and 68 students were given BA degree in the humanities and social sciences.

Qaiser praised the university to maintain its glorious traditions of academic excellence and produce women graduates confident and dynamic.

DA college director Dr Farhat Agha brand school and extracurricular achievements of the university in its annual report.

She said the university was to play its role in promoting mental and physical abilities of students so they can excel in different areas of practical life.

KU VC presented gold medals Ayesha Javed first position always class in MA (English) 2012 Sidra Aslam and Huma Rafiq for the use of the first and second position in MA (Economics) 2012 Amina Dilshad and Irum Irshad for two places in the University of Massachusetts (Economics) in 2013 and Barza Tariq to secure first position in English MA-2013.