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MBA pioneer batch of SU Dadu Campus passes out, CM Sindh insists upon organizing professional seminars, related activities

The 1st & pioneer batch of Master in Business Administration (MBA) Morning & Evening of Mohatarma Benazir Bhutto Shaheed (MBBS) Sindh University Campus Dadu has passed out and entered practical field with professional skills & abilities.

The campus has issued the students directory-2014 wherein the profiles of all 84 passed out students have been given with their snaps so as to appreciate them for their success. Chief Minister Sindh Syed Qaim Ali Shah and Vice-Chancellor Prof. Dr. Abida Taherani congratulated the departing students.

According to details, Sindh University Dadu campus has produced 84 MBA students both male & female who have passed out Wednesday and rushed to the job market with MBA degree.

On the occasion, students’ directory-2014 was issued so as to introduce the students of pioneer batch of MBA in Business Administration Department of the campus which carries the full profiles of all the students with their pictures, exams result and introduction.

In her message the Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr. Abida Taherani felicitated the students of Dadu campus and advised them to go in national job market and serve the country by getting jobs so that the name of the Alma Mater might be shined up.

She said that Dadu campus was imparting quality education under the supervision of PVC Dr. Anwar Ali Shah G. Syed and learned faculty members.

Chief Minister Sindh Syed Qaim Ali Shah in his message congratulated the passed out students and admired the students’ directory-2014 which according to him carrying full information regarding the students of the campus.

He said the passed out students were entering into a new world, where they will face obstacles and handicaps in meeting your goals.

Praying for the success of departing students, CM insisted upon the PVC of the campus to attend allprofessional seminars and related activities at SU Dadu campus.

 


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