Fehmida appreciates World Memory C’ships winning team

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Staff Reporter

Federal Minister for Inter-Provincial Coordination (IPC) Dr. Fehmida Mirza wants to see the Pakistani youth at par with other developed countries, saying the young generation would be taught about mental development through super learning programs and mind games.
She expressed these views during a meeting with the Pakistani team that won the 29th World Memory Championships.
Mohsin Mushtaq, Secretary, IPC Ministry, Imran Mahmood, Joint Secretary, IPC Ministry and Pakistani team coach Sania Alam were also present on the occasion.
While congratulating the team, the minister also presented certificates of appreciation and shields to the women players’. “We can set a high standard of mental development in our society at the national level through mind games,” she said.
The minister said that the women team has proved that we can compete with any country in the world. “Pakistan Sports Board (PSB) will assure all kind of support to the Pakistan team. We need to involve our youth in these types of healthy mind activities,” she said.
Earlier, coach Pakistan team, Sania said Pakistani team broke all the previous records in the World Championships. Pakistani team won 13 medals in Memory Development and Speed Reading of the championships.

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