Sharing her feelings, Afsheen Amirali Hirani, recipient of the best graduate awards at the AKU school of nursing and midwifery, also expressed the desire to go into teaching after completing her professional education. She said: “I am lucky that I’ve learnt from some of the best teachers in this field and I desire to become a teacher, too, one day.”
The university also honoured two of its faculty members; Dr Abdou Filali-Ansary (the founding director of AKU’s Institute for the Study of Muslim Civilisations, from 2002-2010) was conferred the title of Professor Emeritus, and Dr Muhammad Memon, the director of the Institute for Educational Development, Pakistan, was given the Award of Excellence in Education.
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