Ceremony held in honour of passed students

August 19, 2014 Off By Web Desk

KARACHI: Sahar Foundation Trust (N.G.O) held ‘Excellency Award ceremony’ in honour of passed students in matriculation examinations of Karachi Board, here on Wednesday.

The award was named after renowned Pakistani educationist Anita Ghulam Ali. Speaking at ceremony, senior vice chairman, Syed Rafiq Shah termed education as light and un-enlightenment as darkness and vowed to educate the society at platform of Sahar Foundation to promote culture of tolerance and dialogue. He said that illiteracy promotes terrorism, oppression, and extremism.

“At time of independence, educational institutes were the base-camps for students to receive training to cast vote in favour of separate independent country,” he added

Riaz Raza and Shakeel Ashrafi also spoke to students on the occasion. 52 students, 40 boys and 12 girls, were awarded with Anita Ghulam Ali award at end of ceremony.

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