Rajwana for opening more avenues of quality education


Roots higher achievers ceremony

Staff Reporter

Islamabad—Punjab Governor Malik Muhammad Rafique Rajwana has stressed the need of opening more avenues of quality education in the country and abroad for all talented students so that more excellence in education sector could be achieved.
He was addressing the award distribution ceremony among high achievers, International University Placements, Global Scholarships & Millennial Outreach 2016 ceremony of Roots Millennium School held here late Wednesday at Jinnah Convention Center.
Khyber PakhtunKhawa Governor Zafar Iqbal Jhagra, diplomats, Ambassador of Hungary, High Commissioner UK, Ambassador of Myanmar, Ambassador of Portugal, High Commissioner of Sri Lanka, Ambassador of Greece, Ambassador of Nepal, Ambassador Masood Khan, Najia Aizaz, Qazi Azmat Isa, prominent academic intellectuals, entrepreneurs, school faculty members, parents and large number of students attended the ceremony.
The Punjab Governor said the students of Roots Millennium Schools had been awarded admissions in the world’s prestigious educational institutions purely on merit basis which was pride of Pakistan.
He also underlined the deprivation of poor sections of society and kids belonging to less privileged areas of the country and asked the lucky students of Roots Millennium to come forward and play an active role in mitigating the sufferings of non-affording students.
He asked the fortune students to become role model for other children and contribute for the development of Pakistan after acquiring education and achieving excellence in various educational disciplines.
Governor Rajwana awarded medals on excellent performances and said that under the visionary and able leadership of Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif, the government was striving hard for promotion of education. “We can only excel by improving the standard of education,” he added.
The KP Governor also appreciated the dedicated efforts of school’s administration and students who had worked hard and earn precious scholarships of world reputed educational institutions. Dr. Tariq Fazal Chaudhry, British High Commissioner and Ambassador Masood Khan also spoke on the occasion.
CEO Millennium Roots Schools Chaudhry Faisal Mushtaq in his welcome address appreciated the exceptional hard work of the students. He also acknowledged the support of parents and teachers in achieving excellent success.


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