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Convocation ceremonies held at PAF Academy Risalpur

RISALPUR: Convocation ceremonies of 133 GD (P), 16 A&SD courses of College of Flying Training and 82nd Engineering course of College of Aeronautical Engineering were held here at Pakistan Air Force Academy, Asghar Khan on Thursday. Air Vice Marshal Imran Khalid Air Officer Commanding, PAF Academy, Asghar Khan was also present at the occasion, said a press release.

In the convocation ceremony of College of Flying Training, Air Vice Marshal (Retd) Faaiz Amir, Vice Chancellor Air University, Islamabad, awarded degrees in the discipline of Bachelor’s of Aviation Sciences to graduating officers. Flying Officer Fida Muhammad Khan of 133 GD (P) course won Chief of the Air Staff Gold Medal for overall best performance in flying stream, while Flying Officer Muhammad Umar of 16 A&SD course received Chief of the Air Staff Gold Medal for overall best performance in non-flying stream. Flying Officer Zubair Khalid of 133 GD (P) course won Chancellor’s Silver Medal for 2nd best performance in flying stream whereas, Flying Officer Rizwan Habib of 16 A&SD was awarded Chancellor’s Silver Medal for 2nd best performance in non-flying stream.

Flying Officer Fida Muhammad Khan of 133 GD (P) course was awarded the merit certificate for the best Group Research Project in flying stream, while Flying Officer Muhammad Awais of 16 A&SD course was awarded the merit certificate for the best Group Research Project in non-flying stream.

Earlier, Lieutenant General (Retd) Naweed Zaman, Rector National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST) awarded medals and merit certificates among the graduating officers of 82nd Engineering course of College of Aeronautical Engineering. President’s Gold Medal for standing first in Aerospace Discipline was awarded to NUST cadet Muneebullah Nawaz, whereas President’s Gold Medal for standing first in Avionics Discipline was won by Pilot Officer Shajeeh Mustafa.

Rector’s Gold Medal for Best Project in Aerospace Engineering was awarded to NUST cadet Muhammad Diyan Khan; whereas, Rector’s Gold Medal for Best Project in Avionics Engineering was awarded to Pilot Officer Muhammad Shajeeh Mustafa. Merit certificate for Best Aerospace Vehicle Design was awarded to Pilot Officer Syeda Umm e Aymon, while merit certificate for Best Avionics System Design was awarded to Pilot Officer Masroor Khan.

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