Arts Council Music academy students given fee waiver


Arts Council of Pakistan President Muhammad Ahmad Shah on Tuesday announced that the Music and Theater Academy’s students would be given a two-month fee waiver for their outstanding performance.

“We are moving towards what we thought of doing once and our talented students have been recognized at the national level, for which I congratulate all the students and faculty members,” said Ahmed Shah while addressing the academy students.

He said that the performance of the students of the academy at Quaid-e-Azam’s museum on the occasion of September 6 and August 14 had been appreciated nationally, adding “As a token of appreciation, I announce to waive off their fees for  two months.”

“Soon Arts Council will begin graduation programs and we hope  the dream of converting the academy into a university will come true,” he said. He said that we were proud of our faculty and as well as our students.


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