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The World Federation President Attends Fatimiyah Boys School Convocation Ceremony as Chief Guest

Posted on Tue, 2014-10-07 11:56

The World Federation President, Dr Asgharali Moledina was invited as the Chief Guest at the Convocation Ceremony of boys graduating at Fatimiyah Boys School. The graduation ceremony was for those students that completed Metric (equivalent of GCSE) in September 2014. 

Fatimiyah Boys School is under Fatimiyah Education Network (FEN) which was initiated in 1965 on a small flat and has progressed to be one of the largest education institutes of Karachi, Pakistan and is progressing towards the establishment of a prestigious university. Such initiations are achievements to our community.  

Dr Asgharali Moledina congratulated the successful students and appreciated FEN’s thirty years of services to the community. During the ceremony, he also had the opportunity to share an excellent presentation on career guidance for the benefit of the teachers and students which was very much appreciated.

To read more on the boys convocation Click Here

The Fatimiyah Girls School also organised their Convocation 2014. To read more Click Here

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