Karachi, January 24, 2018 (PPI-OT):Sindh Minister for Information Syed Nasir Hussain Shah while addressing distribution shields and awards ceremony under aegis of Karachi Youth Initiative titled Learn, Grow and Empower organized by Arts Council of Pakistan here for students of various schools of District Central. Syed Nasir Hussain Shah has said that the children should be practical stronger as their journey had not been ended here but they are continued their journey in future to command the country at every level.
He further said that their teachers, parents should be respected and they will strive hard to support and led the left over students who are deprived from getting education and out of schools for which we should taken concrete steps to achieve the targets. He praised that such healthy activities should be continued and prepared for any challenges too.
Though private institute’s students had talent but Government owned institutes children had also talents and skills but they should be encouraged and promoted accordingly. The Minister congratulated teachers parents and winners of the competition and hoped that they would further compete and get success in every event. He also lauded the efforts taken by Arts council for holding such event to give chances to students who fully participated in the competitions.
He announced that Sindh CM and Bilawal Bhutto Zardari had kept prizes and scholarship for talented students as PPP and Government of Sindh is supporting the task and had a vision to explore their skills to fully support help and provide assistance to the students. On the occasion President Arts council of Pakistan. Ahmed Shah, Dr. Ayub Shaikh, Shehnaz Siddiqui, Bashir Sadozai Director Schools Central and others attended the event and spoke. Later the Minister Information giving away special prizes to all students participants.
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