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PT display, fashion show mark PEC sports day.


DOHA PAKISTAN Education Centre's Girls Wing organised annual sports day on its campus at Mesaimeer recently.

Pakistan embassy's Community Welfare Attache and Vice Chairman PEC Board of Governors Dr Mansoor A Rizvi, Principal Professor Humayun Nasir and Vice Principal of Girls Wing Nighat Khalid inaugurated the event.

Welcoming the guests, Nighat explained the importance of sports and extra-curricular activities in education.

She thanked the principal for ensuring the right environment for sports and other activities in the school.

Dr Rizvi declared the annual sports day open by lighting the torch.

The students presented a spectacular PT display and a fancy dress show featuring national dresses of 14 countries.

Later, the students of six houses participated in various sports events.

Amna House was declared the winner, while Khadija House came second.

The third position was shared by Ayesha House and Batool House.

Winners of football and cricket matches played earlier were given trophies and cups on the occasion.

In his speech, the PEC principal appreciated the students and staff for making the annual sports day successful.

He praised the efforts of the coordinator Farzana Safdar, DPE Sajida Bibi and Vice Principal Nighat Khalid.

He highlighted the importance of the motto of the school 'Discipline, Education and Activities achieved by Students, Staff and Parents'.

Chief guest Dr Rizvi congratulated the prize winners, staff and students for their contribution in making the annual sports day successful.

He advised the students to take more interest in sports in order to keep themselves healthy.

The function concluded with a vote of thanks by coordinator of the sports day Farzana Safdar.

Vice Principal of Boys Wing Said Mir Shah, Vice Principal of Junior Wing-1 Haseena Malik, Vice VP of Junior Wing-11 Mahjabeen Balooch, Administrative Officer Zubair Ahmed and Coordinator of Arts and Culture Department Tasneem Javed were also present on the occasion.

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Date:Feb 21, 2011
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