Karachi, November 01, 2017 (PPI-OT):Aligarh Institute of Technology (AIT) organized the award distribution ceremony for the students who secured top positions in the events held to mark the 200thbirth anniversary of the legendary reformer and educationist, Sir Syed Ahmad Khan, in a most befitting manner. Wasif Nadeem and Saim Anwar got shields for securing first position in Baitbazi and photo exhibition respectively.
While Quiratul Ain and Muhammad Saeed secured first position in speech competition in English and Urdu. Shields were also give to the organizers who held the sports events. Chancellor Jawaid Anwar, Engr. Muhammad Adil Usman, Muhammad Arshad Khan, Tariq Sabzwari, Mohsin Khan, Aijazul Yaqeen, Mukhtar Naqvi, Cmdr (R) Saleem Siddiqui, Asstt. Prof. Kashif Shaikh, Masood Alam, Jafar Usmani, Shajar Hashmi and Registrar Syed Sarfraz Ali gave honorary shields to the students for winning the contests.
Speaking on the occasion, Chief Guest, Jawaid Anwar, Chancellor Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology, said that the concept of social reforms of Sir Syed Ahmed Khan was based upon acquisition of modern scientific education. He gathered the scattered Muslims of the Subcontinent on one platform and gave them the identity of one Muslim nation. He was successful for his mission because of his mindset that was extracted from the Holy book and Seerat un Nabi.
Appreciating the organizing team for holding such a splendid event he said students come to know about their qualities and flaws through such competitions and sports activities. These activities bring out students’ hidden talent and creative potential. Chancellor Jawaid Anwar urged to make Sir Syed Ahmed Khan’s dream come true and launch new academic institutions in pursuit of Sir Syed Ahmed Khan’s thought for the promotion of education. In the end Sana Shafi presented the vote of thanks.
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