Science and Arts exhibition held in FCPS Chitral
CHITRAL: The students of local schools and colleges evinced
great interest in the science and art exhibition held under the
auspices of Frontier Corps Public School (FCPS) and came out with a
series of inventions in different fields of science.
FCPS clinched the first prizes in the fields of chemistry, physics,
biology and paintings while Aga Khan Higher Secondary School (AKHSS)
grabbed the first prize in computer science and mathematics and
first prize of calligraphy prize went to Government College
The project of electronic voting system submitted by the students
of AKHSS attracted a crowd of the visitors which evinced great
interest in it while the project of recycling of waste papers
prepared by the FCPS students was also appreciated for its novelty.
In the stall of art, the material culture of the area has been
showcased by all the participants in different ways and angles
which was unique in many respects but on the way of erosion with
the passage of time.
In the concluding day of the exhibition on Sunday, a large number
of people from all walks of life had thronged the venue and evinced
a keen interest in the stalls of the young scientists.
Commandant of Chitral Scouts, colonel Nizamud Din Shah was the
chief guest on the occasion who gave prizes to the students and the
principals of the schools and colleges both on public and private
Addressing on the occasion, colonel Nizamud Din Shah said that
there was no dearth of talent in the students of Chitral which
needed nourishment and proper harnessing to compete at provincial
and national level.
He said that such extra curricular activities inculcated
self-confidence and channelized the hidden potentials of the
and it was due to this reason that measures are being taken in high
scale in the schools run by Chitral Scouts.
He said that the students of the school have proved their mettle
and clinched awards in different competitions on district level
while in the field of spots too, the schools excelled.
In appreciation of the rigorous work done by the teachers of FCPS
in Chitral, Drosh and Mastuj, the commandant announced to increase
the salary of the teaching staff by Rs. 2500.