It is with great privilege that we held an Urdu debate competition this year at one of the most esteemed institutes of Lahore, The National School, Barki Campus. The topics which were discussed were “My Quaid”, “Islam is a Complete Code of Life”, and “The Role of Social Media in our Society.” In this competitive event, students from The National School, Barki Campus, ParkView Campus, Apna Ghar School, and Begum Naseem Khan (Memorial) Girls School participated with great joy and enthusiasm.
Projects of Abdul Aleem Khan Foundation
Apna Ghar School and Beghum Naseem Khan (Memorial) Girls School are two educational projects launched by The Abdul Aleem Khan Foundation. Both are working on providing quality education to the destitute and needy female children of the society. We always persuade our girls to dream big and motivated them to participate with their best efforts in the competition. Both of these projects are making a progressive change in their respective regions.
Reception of Chief Guest & Debate Competition
The Chief Guest at this event was the chairperson of the Abdul Aleem Khan Foundation, Mrs. Kiran Abdul Aleem Khan. She was greeted with applause by all the students and teachers that were present at the occasion. Director project Col (R) Masood Ul Haq also attended the event along with Chief guest. The debate competition turned out to be very engaging. It was a pleasant surprise to witness the sheer determination of the girls of Apna Ghar and Begum Naseem Khan Schools. At the end of the event, the best performing students of all the institutes were awarded with trophies.
Speech by Chief Guest
Lastly, Mrs. Kiran Abdul Aleem Khan came on stage to share her views in which she praised the efforts of all the students. Moreover, She encouraged them and commended the event to be a positive step towards creating a sense of competitive aptitude in the students and polishing their creative skills. May our girls achieve everything that they have dreamed of in their lives. Ameen.