A Pakistani student who finished his three-and-a-half-year bachelor’s degree program in just one and a half years has set a world record.
Shahzaib Waheed, a Pakistani student studying abroad, reportedly completed his undergraduate degree at Kajaani University of Applied Sciences (KAMK), Finland, owing to a scholarship.
On social media, his achievement has received a lot of appreciation, and many people have commended him for raising the country.
It is important to note that Pakistani students have had a great year so far because Dr. Waleed Malik, a recent MBBS graduate from Ameeruddin Medical College in Lahore, just won 29 gold medals.
Dr. Waleed also received Rs. 200,000 checks from Federal Health Minister Abdul Qadir Patel in honor of his accomplishment.
Dr. Waleed said that while he initially struggled, with time and constant hard effort, he was able to turn the tide and succeed in his academic career. He acknowledged that studying for the MBBS posed many difficulties, but that his persistence paid off in the end.