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Pakistani Medical Student Sets New Record By Winning 18 Gold Medals

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Punjab Medical College student Royna Aslam has set a new record by winning 18 Gold medals during her 5 years in study.

Royna became the first Pakistani in history to bag the maximum number of Gold medals. She received the accolades during the convocation ceremony. Governor of Punjab Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar along with the university Vice Chancellor Professor Zafar Ali Chaudhry presented the awards to the students.

“Dr. Royna Aslam of Punjab Medical College Faisalabad sets a record by receiving 18 Gold Medals. Bravo!”

“This is Dr. Royna Aslam of Punjab Medical College Faisalabad who bagged 18 gold medals. Outstanding! ????

“Congratulations to Dr Royna Aslam. It is profound remarkable achievement God bless her and her family and keep them in His protection.”

Last month, a Pakistani student Raadeyah Aamir was selected to participate in The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Internship programme.

The 12-year-old attended the one-week program which includes training for next-generation Astronaut Training Experience. The 8th grader from the British Overseas School in Karachi spent a day at the Mars Base and learnt how to deal with base emergencies.

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