Combined convocation of NUST School of Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering (SMME) and NUST Centre for International Peace & Stability (CIPS) held at the university’s main campus in Islamabad.
As many as 549 graduates received undergraduate degree (UG) and post graduate degree (PG) at the Combined convocation of NUST.
The degrees were awarded in the disciplines of BS & MS Mechanical Engineering, MS Robotics & Intelligent Machine Engineering, MS Biomedical Engineering & Sciences, MS Design & Manufacturing Engineering and MS Peace & Conflict Studies.
Rector NUST, Lt Gen Naweed Zaman, HI (M), (Retd), graced the NUST combined convocation as chief guest.
Rector NUST Lt Gen Naveed Zaman HI (M), (Retd) in his convocation address felicitated the graduates, their parents and faculty, particularly acknowledged the phenomenal contributions of NUST SMME to bring Pakistan in the league of technically most advanced nations, adding the establishment of headquarters of National Centre of Artificial Intelligence at SMME is a landmark attainment.
The Rector talking about NUST CIPS said that it is the only institution in Pakistan and arguably the only one in the world that teaches Peacekeeping and Peace Building at the university level, and simultaneously acts as a think tank that provides policy input to decision makers on important national and international affairs.