NUST College of Electrical & Mechanical Engineering (CEME) held its 25th convocation on September 18, 2019. Mr Inam-ur-Rehman, CEO Dawood Hercules, graced the occasion as chief guest. A large number of faculty members, students, parents and other dignitaries attended the event. At the occasion, as many as 360 undergraduate, 207 MS and 8 PhD students were conferred degrees in the disciplines of Electrical, Mechanical, Computer, Mechatronics Engineering and Engineering Management.
Delivering his convocation address, the chief guest congratulated the graduat-ing students and commended the College of EME for maintaining quality standards in teaching and research. He also lauded the college for its focus on research and devel-opment both at undergraduate and postgraduate level and for the accreditation of its engineering programmes as per the standards of Washington Accord.
Bestowing a few pieces of advice upon the graduates, Lt Gen Naweed Zaman, HI (M), (Retd), Rector NUST, said that now that they had graduated, they needed to take their skills of enquiry into the real world posing unforeseen challenges. He hoped that they would apply the knowledge and skills gained at their alma mater to bring a differ-ence in the lives of the needy and deprived segments of the society.
President’s Gold Medal for best performance in postgraduate programmes was awarded to Engr Ayesha Akhtar in Electrical Engineering, Engr Muhammad Waqas, Engr Shoaib Nadeem and Engr Talha Ahmed in Mechanical Engineering, Engr Bilal Maqbool, Engr Fateh Ur Rehman, Engr Shahid Nabi, Engr Asad Mansoor Khan and Engr Usman Hameed in Computer and Software Engineering and Engr Muhammad Adnan Khalil and Engr Sumaira Ghazal in Mechatronics Engineering.
President’s Gold Medal at the undergraduate level was awarded to Engr Sundas Arif in Electrical Engineering, Engr Kashan Ali in Mechanical Engineering, Engr Syed Muhammad Ali in Computer & Software Engineering and Engr Haris Bin Khalid in Mechatronics Engineering.