Attired in green and white gowns, 412 students of Aga Khan University’s (AKU) medical college and Institute of Educational Development received their diplomas on Saturday morning.
The fresh graduates had gathered at AKU’s cricket ground, which was transformed into a convocation hall, to receive their entry pass into the real world at the varsity’s 28th convocation. The ceremony began with the academic procession led by the chief guest, social worker Dr Ruth Pfau, the deans and faculty members of various schools, followed by the graduates.
A total of 95 doctors graduated from the medical college with degrees in Bachelor’s of Medicine, Bachelor’s of Surgery (MBBS). They stood in front of the deans as they took the oath promising to serve people to the best of their abilities.
Source: The Express Tribune