China makes cheap easy bikes for Pakistan. These machines are prone to small problem that affect secondary functions such as head light lamp, speedometer, tail lights and Indicators. Primary functions such as the engine and transmission system remain intact which enables the machine to do the job which is go from point A to B. As a student I suggest you go for it as they are dirt cheap and almost disposable. You can buy a second hand cheap and sell it after 2 years. They are theft proof and easy on the wallet.
As a student you are paying your tuition fees, stationary items, books, photocopy notes, computer printouts, lunch money and what not. It is so much better to buy a second hand chinese motorcycle and sell it after you are done with your studies. You can use the motorcycle for commute and fun. There is also no need spending money to maintain or clean the bike as they cost Rs25,000 - Rs35,000 and after few years of use you can sell it again and not loose any money.
After you are done with your studies you can upgrade to GS-150 or CG-125 or even consider a brand new car.
I bought road prince 70 in October 2013 and still using. only problem I face was change once headlight buld and tail light after year and daily I use around 35 to 40 km from home to office only. Before I had cg125. What I think is people take lors of care for their hondas but hesitate to spend on Chinese bikes perhaps they think chines bike didn't worth, but if you take care of chines bikes they also last longer.