Headmaster accorded warm farewell
Srinagar, May 31: The Government High School Khalmula, Ganderbal today gave an overwhelming farewell to its outgoing headmaster Abdul Rashid Dar.
Dar who superannuated recently as a headmaster was an able teacher and a religious scholar, said the staff members.
“He never failed to comprehend the need of the students and the staff members and tried best to fulfill it”, they said in a statement.
On the occasion staff members and students of the school wished for good health and prosperous life ahead.
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