Srinagar: Life School at Charar-e-Sharif hosted an alumni meet, bringing together former students from various graduating classes.
A statement of the Life School issued here said that the event fostered connections, celebrated achievements, and allowed for cherished memories to be shared.
It said that the meet showcased the enduring bond between Life School and its graduates, creating a warm environment for all attendees.
The statement said that the alumni shared experiences and insights, inspiring attendees and reinforcing the school's commitment to nurturing well-rounded individuals.
It said that the guests included Private Schools Association President Ghulam Nabi Var, eminent educationist Muhammad Rafi Masoodi, Mustaq Ahmad Baba, social activist Arshid Dijoo, former AE Jahangir Ahmad, and freelance journalist Jahangir Ali.
The statement said that the success of the meet was made possible by the presence of former Lifians and former teachers whose support and dedication was beyond words.
“The event serves as a reminder of the enduring impact of quality education and lifelong connections within the Life School family,” a participant said.
The statement said that the management on the occasion conferred ‘Afaqi Memorial Award for Lifetime Achievement in Education’ to eminent educationist Muhammad Rafi Masoodi, who has been a teacher, trainer, and thinker.