A renowned and highly respected scriptwriter, satirist, humorist and television presenter as the commencement speaker for the university’s second virtual and overall fourth convocation ceremony, celebrating the Pathfinders’ completion of their journey in the challenges and hardships of the global pandemic. Mr. Maqsood, popularly known for his fearlessness, caustic wit and love for telling the bitter tales addressed the Habib students in his signature style, using rich metaphors and poetic references making his speech a treat for the listeners.
Born on January 1, 1966, in Karachi, Imran Ismail is the 33rd Governor of Sindh. He completed his graduation from Government National College, Karachi, and later moved abroad to Italy and the United States, where he studied chemical and leather technology.
Mr. Ismail began taking an active part in social and welfare work in 1996 as a volunteer for Shaukat Khanum Memorial Trust. In 2018 general elections, Mr. Ismail ran from PS-111 (previously PS-112) where he was elected as a member of Sindh Assembly, which he later resigned from to take up the responsibilities of the Governor of Sindh on August 27, 2018.
It is an honor to be standing here today, representing our collective journey as individuals who joined Habib in August 2017, and as the fourth batch of our university, we completed it and made our young university whole.” Habib University’s Valedictorian Hassan ul Haq from the Communication & Design Program (Class of 2021), reminisces about his special journey at the varsity and also applauded Pathfinders for accomplishing this memorable milestone.