King’s College London awards Dr. Sania Nishtar with Honorary degree

UK's Kings College is a recognized name in the field of humanities, law, health, and sciences.

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  • She is also King College’s alumna and received a Ph.D. previously. 
  • Honorary degrees are conferred by King’s on persons of conspicuous merit and the highest distinction.
  • It shows her efforts and commitment to public health, poverty alleviation, and social protection. 
  • UK’s Kings College is a recognized name in the field of humanities, law, health, and sciences.

Honorary

King’s College London has awarded the honorary Doctor of Science Honoris Causa to Dr. Sania Nishtar. She is also King College’s alumna and received a Ph.D. previously.

The ceremony was arranged at the historical University Chapel and academia, research scholars and administration of the College were a part of it. Talking to the press after receiving the degree, Dr. Sania expressed her gratitude saying that she is ”deeply humbled”.

As Rt. Hon Lord Geidt, Chairman of Kings College, London defines it, “honorary degrees are conferred by King’s on persons of conspicuous merit and the highest distinction. Honorary Graduands have no formal duties as such, but may, of course, contribute to the life of the University by sharing experiences and expertise or engaging socially.”

Pakistan High Commissioner to the UK, Mohammad Nafees Zakaria extended his best wishes and congratulations to Dr. Nishtar, saying that her being awarded the degree shows her efforts and commitment towards public health, poverty alleviation, and social protection.

 “The award is a matter of pride for all of us,” he added. 

UK’s Kings College is a recognized name in the field of humanities, law, health, and sciences. The college has established its reputation as a trainer of global leaders, who are committed to finding solutions to the most urgent and pressing problems the world is facing.


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