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Students urged to work hard for success in life


March 22, 2017


The speakers at the annual prize distribution ceremony of Anglo Arabic Higher Secondary School, Satellite Town, Rawalpindi, Tuesday, made it clear upon the students that hard work always pays dividend for a successful life as there are no short cuts to reaching pinnacle of educational career and subsequently a successful professional life.

“Success is only possible due to dedication, hard work as well as learning from your failures.”

The speakers urged the students to keep their dreams alive and understand that in order to achieve anything in life they should have faith and belief in themselves. You should always remember that success in life does not come easy, it is a result of hard work, as determination, and dedication always pay the dividend.

The ceremony began with recitation of verses from Holy Quran. Later students of Anglo Arabic Montessori performed a tableau on national songs.

In her welcome address Principal Ms Saima Afzal presented a summary of the academic and co-curricular activities of the school.

The principal in her welcome speech praised the faculty members for their determination and devotion in imparting education, which was evident from the high percentage of result.

This year’s ceremony had a speciality as it was celebrated in tandem with the Golden Jubilee celebrations of the school. The ceremony was also attended by Old Boys Association including President Abdul Waheed Malik, General Secretary Chaudhry Mohammad Irshad, former principal and association member Nisar Nazish, Finance Secretary Amadul Hassan Abbasi, and member Malik Irfan Azam.

This year, Anglo Arabic Higher Secondary School has announced to send five of its teachers and administration members including Nabeela Mubashar, Sajida Zafar, Ishrat Afroz, Arshad Ibrahim and Idress Awan for Umrah. The speakers lauded the 25 year services of the faculty and staff members. The teachers and staff members reciprocated this kind gesture with heartfelt gratitude.

The top 25 position holders of the school who secured more than 1,000 marks in the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Rawalpindi were awarded laps tops in the ceremony as well.

In his address, Old Boys Association President Abdul Waheed Malik highlighted the efforts made over past years in evolving the school into a role model for society. He said that by awarding laptops to high achievers of the school, the association has lived up its promise.

He also pointed out that the school students also attended a ceremony at ‘Aiwan-e-Sadar’ in connection with Pakistan Day, which was a great honour for the school.

In the end Vice Principal Manzoor Hussain thanked parents, teachers and members of Old Boys Association for attending the ceremony.

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