Faisalabad(94 news) Abdur Rahman, a student of Divisional Public School, advocate, and Anzal Iftikhar, a student of Super Grammar School System, won the honor of Faisalabad.
Divisional Commissioner Mohammad Shahid Niaz dressed the speaker in a turban while the speaker in Faisalabad wore a shawl. The final for selection of appointee/appointee Faisalabad in collaboration with District Administration and District Education Authority was held at Takara Metropolitan Corporation Hall in Govt Boys High School. 455 Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, student of GB, Abdul Rahman of Divisional Public School, Government Girls High School. 208 Ayesha Siddiqa of Rab and Anzal Iftikhar of Super Grammar School System held an Urdu speech competition on various topics and Abdul Rehman and Anzal Iftikhar won the title on the unanimous decision of the judges. During the ceremony, the runner-up students were also given turbans and shawls. Gifts were given to the winners and their teachers 20/20 1000 and to the runner-up candidate and their teacher 15/15 A cash prize of Rs. On this occasion, the winner and runner-up also exchanged shields. The Divisional Commissioner while congratulating the students, their parents, teachers who won the honor of speaker/speaker Faisalabad in the excellent elocution competition said that the students participating in co-curricular activities are our heroes. He told the teachers that They should teach the children to live by virtue and train them on modern lines. Appreciating the efforts of the organizers and the deputy commissioner for the good thinking of the successful organization of the contest Faisalabad, he said that other districts of the division should also be encouraged. Such events should be emulated.
Speaking at the event, the Deputy Commissioner said that organizing the event in Faisalabad was a dream which was realized today. He said that enabling the young generation to face the challenges of the 21st century is the priority of the district administration. 480 Participation of students in speech competition is a welcome move. He said that losing is a part of the game but one has to maintain his position with dedication and effort. He thanked the commissioner and other officers for participating in the event. CEO Education said that the speaker / of matriculation from public schools for the prescribed Faisalabad competition 344 and from private 136 Students participated and competitions were held at the tehsil level for which different topics were allocated. In the ceremony, Additional Deputy Commissioner General Faisal Sultan, CEO Education Iftikhar Khan, Assistant Commissioner City Waqas Safdar, DO Secondary Education Malik Manzoor, Assistant Director Education Sardar Sajid, former Honorary Deputy Commissioner Marwa Basra, teachers, students, judges and industrialists also participated.