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BHADARWAH: Islamia School Bhadarwah celebrated Annual Day at Bhadarwah on Sunday, in which students, staff, parents, senior citizens and other prominent sections of the society participated.
President Anjuman-e-islamia Bhadarwah Pervaiz Ahmed Sheikh was the Chief Guest and Tehsildar Bhadarwah Masood Ahmed was the Guest of Honour, while Principal Zubair Ahmed presided over the function.
The annual day function commenced with the report read by Principal of the school Zubair Ahmed, who highlighted the achievement of the school.
He also requested to President Anjuman-e-islamia Bhadarwah to provide infrastructure to the school as management is planning to upgrade the school to High School level, on which he (President) assured full support.
While speaking on the occasion, President Anjuman-e-islamia Bhadar-wah Pervaiz Ahmed Sheikh appreciated the students and the management for its outstanding performance in all respect.
He stressed for imparting quality education among students for achieving futuristic aspirations.
Tehsildar Bhadarwah Masood Ahmed in his speech highlighted the role of Islamia School Bhadarwah in providing the quality Education to the people especially poor masses of Bhadarwah since 1963.
The highlight of the entire celebration was debate competition on the Topics ‘Women empowerment’, ‘Environment’ and ‘Dowry System’, in which large number of students participated and expressed their views. This was followed by Naat Khawani by the students.
Renowned Educationist Arif Rana, Adil Farooq and Bashir Ahmed were Judges for the debate competition.
Meanwhile, renowned Educationist Arif Rana make announcement for donating a water cooler to the school, in which 60 per cent students are belonging to labourer class family.
Prize distribution ceremony was also held, in which teachers and students were felicitated by Chief Guest along with other dignitaries for their achievements.
Pervaiz Ahmed Sheikh, Ab Qayoom Mughal, Syed Shafi Akhoon, Mohd Ramzan, Manzoor Ahmed, Mohd Zafar and Rana Arif were also present.
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