Sonawar school hosts seminar
Srinagar, May 14: A seminar on “Aalama Iqbal and Moral Education” was held Monday at Girls Higher Secondary School, Sonawar.
“Waseem Rasool, Government High School, Goripora, Nahida Bashir, Girls Higher Secondary school Sonawar and the Altaf Ahmed Khan, Higher Secondary School, Hazratbal took Ist, 2nd and 3rd positions respectively,” an official handout said.
On the occasion, Director Academics, State Board of School Education, Malik Ghulam Hassan, Joint Director School Education, Suriya Akhtar and OSD, Cultural Wing of Directorate of School Education, Zahoor Ahnmed Bandey were present, it added.
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