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Female students of Imamia Students Organisation protest against Islamophobia

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Female students of  Imamia Students Organisation protest against Islamophobia

Lauding the expansion and inclusion of modern disciplines, especially science and technology, engineering, computer sciences and social sciences in the university’s curriculum, Gilani said the university was developing into one of the best international centers of learning for students from all over the world, especially from the brotherly Muslim countries.

“In spite of the fact that we have inherited a crippled economy and are engaged in a struggle against religious extremism and militancy within our borders leading to a big drain on our resources, the government has increased the budgetary allocation for education from Rs 24.4 billion to Rs 31.1 billion in the current budget,” he said.

The prime minister announced Rs 450 million for construction of a boarding house of the university and Rs 1 million for the students who topped in the examinations. “Higher education has also been given due priority. Development funding to Higher Education Commission has been enhanced by 60 percent to Rs 22.5 billion in addition to Rs 21.5 billion for the current budgetary provision, representing an increase of 26 percent over the previous year,” he added.

IIUI Rector Prof Fateh Muhammad Malik and President Dr. Anwar Hussain Siddiqui highlighted the progress made by the university.

Award ceremony: The prime minister awarded gold medals to the students who topped in different subjects. Around 2,285 degrees were conferred on students out of which six students got their Ph.D degrees, 195 M.Phil/MS, 961 MA, MBA/M.Sc and 1,123 got bachelors degrees.

A total number of 1,236 boys and 1,049 girls received the accolade. On the occasion, 34 gold medals were also awarded to students of which 22 medals were awarded to female students and 12 medals to male students for their outstanding performance in academics. The students of Faculty of Management (SFM) received 8 gold medals, which is highest in the university’s history by any department.
 Daily times