News Details

Celebrating Fruits of Success

Celebrating Fruits of Success

On Thursday March 28, 2013, Sudan University of Science and Technology (SUST) held its graduation ceremony at the Sports City in Southern Campus to hand over certificates to graduates of the years from 2008 to 2012, in the levels of diploma, bachelor, postgraduate diploma, master's and doctoral degrees, and confer honorary doctorates to elites who enriched our knowledge and recognize exceptionally creative individuals whose lifetime contributions have distinguished them and who enriched the cultural and social life in our country.
The ceremony was held under the auspices of the Patron of Education:
His Excellency the President of the Republic, Field Marshal Omer Hassan Ahmed Al Bashir.
HE Presidential Assistant, Dr. Jalal Yousif Al-Digair attended the event on behalf of Honorable President of the Republic in the presence of Their Excellencies Dr. Awad Ahmed Aljaz, Minister of Petroleum and Chairman of the Board of SUST, Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research Dr. Khamis Kajo Kinda, Vice-Chancellor of SUST Prof. Dr. Hashim Ali Salim, Deputy Vice-Chancellor of SUST, Prof. Dr.Gadalla Abdalla Alhasan, along with a group of Ministers, Foreign Ambassadors, Dignitaries, SUST Faculty Staff, Graduates and their family members and guests.

Prof. Dr. Hashim Ali Salem, the Vice- Chancellor, spoke to graduates at the event reminding them about their expected role in the development of our Country, “You must possess a passionate and powerful vision of what you want to accomplish and you have to expand your core competencies to contribute effectively to the economic wellbeing of our nation and make your own contribution to the general welfare of the Country and the happiness of citizens. This can be achieved through your sincere efforts and commitment to quality quest for constant excellence to set a course of prosperity and make Sudan takes its place among best nations,” he said addressing graduates.

Certificates were awarded to postgraduates and graduates, and honorary doctorate degrees were offered to some individuals in recognition of their lifelong dedication and commitment to education and society.