Lahore, Faisalabad Boards win Inter Board Sports Gala 2021 Title


A concluding ceremony of Inter Board Sports Gala 2021 was organized at Hockey Ground, Pakistan Sports Complex, Islamabad on Friday.

In boys’ category Board of Intermediate and Secondary Edu-cation, Faisalabad and in girls’ category Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Lahore won the title of Inter Board Sports Gala 2021.

Ms. Wajiha Qamar, Parliamentary Secretary for Federal Education & Professional Training graced the event as Chief Guest.

Addressing the ceremony, she said that a healthy body had a healthy mind and sports plays important role for keeping the both healthy and active. Ages ago it was said that Educa-tion is essential for successful life, but in this con-temporary epoch sports also played a vital role in successful life.

She advised the students to take part in co-curricular activities besides their routine stud-ies. She also said that now the sports gala is over and it’s time to study get good grades in annual examination as they work hard in sports.

Ms Wajiha Qamar also cherished Dr Mallah, Secretary IBCC for his contribution at national level as well along with BISE Marsan and IBSC’s efforts in making this event successful and said that before IBCC were only known for equivalence but now due to Dr Mallah’s effort IBCC’s positive image is building and the organization under his leadership is bringing education reforms, better service delivery, automation & digitization curricular, co-curricular & extra-curricular activities etc.

In Inter Board Sports Gala 2021 (Girls Cate-gory), 840 female student players participated in 3 games.

In badminton, BISE Lahore won the title, FBISE second position and BISE Abbottabad se-cured the third position.

In Hockey, BISE Lahore won the title and BISE Faisalabad and Larkana secured the second and third position respectively.

Whereas, in athletics BISE Lahore also secured the first position and BISE DG Khan and FBISE stood at second and third respectively. Ms Wajiha Qamar distributed the prizes among outshining players and teams.—PR

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