Dr Firdous Ashiq, Ali Muhammad Khan laud students’ performance Al-Huda International inculcating higher values of morality, learning in students: Speakers

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Zubair Qureshi

Al-Huda International School concluded on Thursday its 6th Annual Day ‘Hayya ‘Ala al-Falah’ – Come towards Success– at its campus in H-11 sector that was attended by a large number of eminent personalities, parliamentarians and noted persons from academia. The Annual Day celebrations turned out to be a phenomenal success attracting over 3000 people from the twin cities.
The visitors mostly students’ parents, students and educationists took keen interest in various segments and stalls put on display on the occasion.
The event was also attended by eminent personalities, ministers and parliamentarians including , Special Assistant to PM on Information & Broadcasting Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan, Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Ali Muhammad Khan, MNA and Special Assistant to PM on CDA Ali Nawaz Awan, VC WISH, Dr Anees Ahmed senior officer of FIA, Waqar Ahmed Chohan, Dean Education Department AIOU, Prof Dr Nasir Mahmood, Vice President Jamat-e-Islami Mian Muhammad Asalm , Shahid Warsi , and Deputy Commissioner Islamabad Muhammad Hamza Shafqaat.
They visited various stalls and lauded the performances by the students. Al-Huda is making rich contribution to the field of education in accordance with the Islamic teachings and our cultural norms, viewed they.
The Annual Day of Al-Huda International School (AIS) stands apart in that its foremost objective, as with all other initiatives of the school, is to help children build a strong connection with Allah (SWT) from the very beginning, thereafter equipping them to face the challenges of the world.
According to a statement issued to media, the function comprised of engaging performances in English and Urdu by students from Pre-School up till IGCSE, revolving around the theme ‘Hayya ‘Ala al-Falah’ and were indeed a call to success for each spectator, impelling one to ponder upon the causes of failure of the Ummah, the reasons for the downfall of humanity, and most importantly, a call to search for the Ultimate Success.
Not only were students the bedrock of this event, it is worthwhile to mention that every child of the school got a chance to present on stage – hence the event was a fantastic amalgam of student performances on nasheeds, skits, talk shows, tableaus and mimes, the statement further adds. Equipped with impressive props, eye-catching SMD presentations and a perfect ambiance that complimented each performance beautifully – the event left an everlasting impact on the viewers, each inspired. The audience were delighted to be entertained with light humour and also given food for thought based on the guidelines of Qur’an and Sunnah, the statement adds.

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