Over 1,500 get degrees at Dadabhoy Institute’s convocation


City Reporter

As many as 1,546 students were awarded degrees at the Convocation 2016 of Dadabhoy Institute of Higher Education, the organisers said on Sunday. Chief Minister Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah was the chief guest while Senator Haseeb Khan and Major Aziz were Guest of Honour. DIHE Chairman Abdullah Dadabhoy presided over the function.
Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah, in his address, said that the education received by the students at DIHE and the degrees availed by them would explore their potential in future and help them avail jobs to serve the country.
He urged the students to be aware of their new responsibilities in near future while entering into practical life. Murad Ali Shah urged the students to keep themselves motivated; remember their dreams and fight to transform the dreams into reality. Students must know what they want from life, he added.
He advised the students to face challenges of life with courage as life is a series of highs and lows. “Those who handle the situations define their own success,” he added.
DIHE, Vice Chancellor, Dr Shahana Urooj Kazmi said that the DIHE has a significant programme in its course of studies that it empowers individuals to challenge conventional thinking in pursuits of original ideas and enhance their learning capacity.
Earlier, Chairman Board of Governors of DIHE Abdullah Dadabhoy, in his welcome address, appreciated the support extended by the Chief Minister and the Sindh government to improve the academic standard and strengthen the institute. Former chief justice Sindh High Court Sarmad Jalal Usmani addressed the ceremony.

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