“Pursuing my PhD was not easy but it was well worth it. I remember the long hours of research, sleepless nights, tears of frustration at times, and even the thought of giving up. But what kept us going was the support from our family, our peers and well wishers and here we are today. . . . with our certificates and surrounded by special friends I made during these years. CONGRATULATIONS and CHEERS to all who have been conferred as ‘Dr’.
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