Encourage children to achieve goals of their choice: Prof Talat
KU MODEL SCHOOL ANNUAL DAY
Srinagar, Oct 29: Vice chancellor Kashmir University Prof Talat Ahmad Saturday stressed the need for encouraging children to achieve goals of their choice rather than trusting choices on them with regard to careers.
Presiding over annual day function of the Kashmir University Model High School, Prof Talat said, “Education is all round development and it should make us good human beings. All of us must put efforts to achieve this goal.”
“Extra-curricular activities play an important role in the overall growth and development of children,” he added.
Prof Ahmad congratulated principal of the school Hamida Shafi for ‘brilliant’ performance of the students on the occasion and assured her that the school would be provided the services of a physical teacher and a music teacher soon.
The VC gave awards to meritorious students. Aiman Nazir of 10th class got best student of the year award. on the occasion.
Dean Faculty of Education and chairman KU Model School Prof Mehmood Ahmad Khan said that over the years the school has progressed much.
The Principal said that every effort would be made to take the school to new heights of excellence. On the occasion students presented colourful cultural programmes.
Situated in the picturesque settings of Naseem Bagh campus, the school is run by the University administration and academically looked after by faculty of Education KU.
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