Renzu attends Seerat conference
ASKS STUDENTS TO EXCEL LIKE DR FAESAL
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, May 12: Director Information and Chief Commissioner of J&K Scouts, a Chapter of All India Boys Scouts, Khawaja Farooq Ahmad Renzu, Wednesday asked the students to excel like the IAS topper Dr Shah Faesal.
He was speaking at a Seerat Conference at Greenland Educational Institute, Hawal which was attended by students of 24 educational institutions while Imam of Jenab Saheb Soura shrine, Maulana Reyaz was also present.
Renzu said Jammu and Kashmir had “always remained epitome of education and history is witness of the fact that people from all across the world came here for acquiring superior knowledge.”
An official handout said Naat Khwan, Gamgeen conducted the Natiya Mehfil. The Chairman of the Greenland Educational Society Ashraf, Chairman of Iqra Society, Suhail Director GreenLand Educational Society, Muhammad Yousuf Manzar, Chairman Childrens Welfare Gowhar Ahmad attended the Conference.
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