Hamard School celebrates 25 years of its Sliver Jubilee


KARACHI: A good reading can work in character-building and can boost up confident level of one, so all students should enhance their quality of reading and give first priority to study. It is really great achievement for Hamdard Public School on completion of its 25 years of period which has been producing quality products and has maintained the culture in its premises, said a social worker Ms Nadira Panjwani while delivering her speech as a chief guest in a Silver Jubilee Celebrations of Hamdard Public School Karachi on Saturday evening.

The program was organized by Hamdard Public School which was held at its premises. It was attended by a large number of students, ex-students, faculty members and special guests from different walks of life.

On the occasion, Hamdard Foundation Pakistan’s President Ms Sadia Rashid said it was the dream of Shaheed Hakeem Mohammad Saeed, the founder of Hamdard Public School, to establish a better education system to promote youth which has now become true as the school has completed its 25 years of silver jubilee. She said only 350 students were enrolled during its inception in 1990, but the number of students has now reached at 1650 in 2015 that is great achievement of the school. She said only better education can build a relationship of brotherhood in the society so it must be promoted.

During the program, a documentary was shown to the audience about the 25 years of long journey of Hamdard Public School based on its supporters and workers who showed loyalty and kept continue their journey with the school. Some students sang national songs.

At the conclusion ceremony, the school’s management also distributed awards among the teachers who successfully completed 25 years of their duties at Hamdard Public School including Ms Zonera, Ms Rifat, Ms saba Masroor, Saleem Jatoi, Abdul Rasheed, Ms Lubna, Ms Rukhsana, Ms Parveen, Ms Shaghufta Shabir, Ms Shazia Usman, and Ms Tabasum.