Iqbal Day celebrated at Qamria Institute
Speakers highlight Iqbal’s contribution to society
Ganderbal, May 25: Iqbal day was celebrated at Qamria Model Higher Secondary Educational Institute Saloora, Ganderbal here on Thursday.
The function was organized by the institute in collaboration with Iqbal Institute, University of Kashmir. It was presided by Chairman managing committee Qamria and former Chief Secretary J&K State MLC Sheikh Ghulam Rasool, while the Vice- Chancellor, Kashmir University, Prof Talat Ahmad was the Chief Guest on the occasion.
Students from various educational institutes participated in the debate on “Iqbal Kay Taleem-i-Nazriath Kei Manveyat” and highlighted the philosophy of the poet and scholar which they said is the beacon light for the students and society as well.
The speakers said that the poetry of Alama Iqbal conveys the message of brotherhood, communal harmony, ethics which ultimately lead reformation of society.
First three positions were secured by Owais Bashir of 12th class from Sainik School Manasbal, Shafia Ramzan of 12th class from Government Higher secondary school Lar and Hadiya Gul of 11th class from Government girls Higher secondary school Ganderbal respectively.
Besides, cash prizes to the first three position holders by Qamria Institute, consolation prizes were provided by the Iqbal Institute KU among the participants.
Lecturer Iqbal Institute KU Dr Mushtaq Ahmad presented paper on the theme.
The Deputy Commissioner Ganderbal, Showkat Ahmed Mir, prominent citizens of the area, officers of district administration, Prof Bashir Ahmed Nehvi, Principal, Members of Management Committee Qamria Model Higher Secondary Educational Institute, Staff members and Students attended the function.
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