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Open House 2018 Military College of Signals, NUST Rawalpindi
Rawalpindi, July 3, 2018: Open House was organised by Military College of Signals (MCS), a constituent college of NUST, on July 3, 2018 at the college campus in Rawalpindi. Graduating students displayed their final year projects in the fields of Telecommunication and Software Engineering. More than 150 guests from Industry, academia and Government sector were present on the occasion. The event established a liaison between the institution and the, industry and facilitated the entry of fresh graduates into the competitive markets in respective technologies.

The Chief Guest, Major General Ali Farhan HI (M), Signal Officer-in-Chief, and other dignitaries were received by the College Commandant. The Chief Guest appreciated the high standard of projects, which were in line with the latest trends of fast changing technological advancements. He said that the Open House is the culminating point of students’ academic endeavours and speaks volumes of their technical proficiency. He further added that such events reveal that there is no dearth of talent in our country.

Commandant Military College of Signals welcomed the distinguished guests and said that the Open House is a platform for potential employers and our graduating students to come closer and share their mutual interests, skills and experiences. He applauded the untiring efforts of the faculty in guiding the students and directing their technical efforts to practice contemporary trends in technology.

Graduating students displayed 64 stalls to exhibit a broad spectrum of practically and commercially viable Telecommunication and Software projects. Leading business practitioners and professionals from the industry had established their recruitment booths at the venue; they shared their organisational requirements with the graduating students and conducted follow up interviews.

 

National University of Sciences and Technology H-12, Islamabad, Pakistan