Islamabad:April 29:The Millennium University College (TMUC) organised the annual graduation ceremony of the students of London International Programme (UoL IP), says a press release. The ceremony, held in the TMUC auditorium, was an effort to celebrate and acknowledge the hard work of graduating students of the University of London, Honors Degree programme in Law, Economics, Business, Management, Finance and Social Sciences. Ambassador Masood Khan director general of Institute of Strategic Studies, Islamabad (ISSI) graced the occasion as the chief guest while Saad Waseem, country director of University of London International Programme was the guest of honor. Parents of the graduating students, eminent figures from media, academia and industry were also amongst the distinguished guests at the ceremony. Chaudhry Faisal Mushtaq, Chief Executive of The Millennium University College in his speech, congratulated the proud parents of the graduating batch while applauding the efforts of the TMUC staff and faculty associated with the UoL programme. Four of the outstanding UoL graduates, Ali Kaif, Anam Rafiq, Masham Sheraz and Zara Jan Durrani, also spoke at the occasion, sharing their extraordinary experience in pursuing an international qualification in Pakistan and their rich academic and extracurricular activities at TMUC. Ambassador Masood Khan, while addressing the audience, congratulated the TMUC Leadership for offering a wonderful opportunity to its students in the form of international programs. Adding on, he said, “When you graduate from this prestigious institution and you go world over it is your responsibility to return to Pakistan to make your country the most prestigious nation on earth”. Sharing his views on the occasion, Country Directory of UoL ,stressed upon the need for UoL graduates to form linkages with the University of London fraternity to find a foothold in the global arena. At the end of the ceremony, the honorable guests and TMUC Dean of Academics Mrs. Safia Farouqi awarded the graduating batch with their certificates, as the TMUC Head of International Programs Kholah Malik read out their exemplary academic achievements. The university also awarded students showing notable performance in co-curricular activities. The graduation ceremony reflects on the pride TMUC leadership takes in its staff, faculty and students and its commitment to develop the right set of skills, attitudes, knowledge and values within graduating millennial so that they can confidently meet the global challenges of the 21st century.The news.