Four debate competitions held at primary, middle level.
RAWALPINDI, November 14, 2009 (Balochistan Times): Four debate competitions were held here on the directive of Chief Minister Punjab, Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif to promote self confidence and expression among the primary and middle level students. The contests held at Government Higher Secondary School No. 1, Saidpur Road and Government Shimla Girls High School were participated by a large number of boys and girls of primary and middle classes. They were supervised by Executive District Officer Education Rawalpindi Malik Muhammad Ashraf. In the boys primary level competition, Banaras Majeed of Government Boys Primary School, Asghar Mall got first position, Muhammad Afyat of Government Elementary School, Khayaban-e-Sir Syed bagged second position, while Qaza Razaq of Government Elementary School, Agriculture Farm stood third. In the boys middle level competition, Muhammad Arsalan Nawaz of Government Elementary School, Agriculture Farm got first position, while Muhammad Taj of Government Elementary School, Khayaban-e-Sir Syed, Sector III stood second and Jamil Ahmed of Government Boys High School, Gulzar-e-Quaid remained third. In the girls primary level competition, Sidra Javed of Government Girls High Secondary School, Bungash Colony stood first, while both Aliza of Government Girls Pak Islamia School No. 1 and Irum Javed of Government Girls Elementary School, New Town stood second, while Bint-e-Zara Zainab of Government Girls High School Nia Mohalla remained third. In the girls competition at middle level, Saleh Ayub of Government Girls Pak Islamia School No. 1 remained first, Ridha Khan of Government Girls High School, Liaquat Bangash Colony was declared second, while Nayab Arshad of Government Girls High School Khayaban-e-Sir Syed got third position.
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|Publication:||Balochistan Times (Baluchistan Province, Pakistan)|
|Date:||Nov 14, 2009|
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