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     October 09,  2015



World Teacherís day celebrates at AKHSS, Kuragh

Chitral Times Report

KURAGH: In order to give grand honor and tribute to the profession of teaching, a full-fledged program was organized by the students of AKHSS Kuragh. In one way or the other, the students demonstrated their talents through diverse activities each with a theme closely associated with the occasion. The main items presented by the students i.e. recitation of Hamd and Naít, acting out plays, delivering speeches, playing various types of games, and sharing poetry enhanced the significance of the program. All the items were greatly appreciated by the audience.

As usual the function began with recitation from the Holy Quran by Ms. Maria Afzal,a student of Grade 12 followed by a heart touching Hamd Sahrif by the student of Grade 11 named Ms. Kulsum Bibi. The initialpart of the program ended with Naath Sharif recited in a rich melodious voice by the student of Grade 8 Ms.Mehak Riyal. The second part included plays, speeches, poetry, art and role plays to give tribute to the teachers worldwide.

The first play enacted by the students of Grade 10 depicted the true picture of the influence a teacher has in moulding the studentsí life achieving their long-term goals. The other play beautifully showed the amalgamation of the letters constituent of the profile of AKHSS Kuragh i.e. Talent, Hardwork, Ethics, Enthusiasm, Creativity and Responsibility. Through a highly spirited and energetic speech, Ms. Fahima Baig, student of Grade 11 shed light on the importance of teacher from Islamic perspective. Ms. Nida Sultan, student of Grade 11 delivered an efficient speech highlighting the untiring efforts of a teacher in nurturing the students. Ms. Shimaila Pari, a talented and creative student of Grade 8,through her innovative khowar poem, reflected critically upon a studentís life.In addition to the aforementioned items, the school was exquisitely decorated with meaningful messages and art work.

Finally the principal Ms. Sultana Burhanuddin addressed the gathering and shared some important points of the First Principalsí Conference recently organized by AKU-EB in Karachi attended by 427 principals around Pakistan. She asked the students to follow the guidance of their teachers and be ethical citizens of the country. She said that students of today are supposed to be leaders of tomorrow, but the pre requisite for that is to be extensive readers. She further added with an emphasis on building strong personalities based on solid character through quality education.



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