(MENAFN - The Peninsula) The Peninsula
Meritorious students - SSC and HSSC Annual Board Examination 2017 of Pakistan International School Doha (PISQ) were honoured with Shields, Roll of Honour and Merit Certificates at the Annual Academic Achievement Awards Ceremony hosted by the school on October 26.
Nargis Raza Otho, School Principal, chaired the ceremony as Chief Guest while Members of Board of Governors Pakistan International School Muhammad Riaz, Muhammad Saleem Khattak, Dr
Abdul Shakoor and Munir Ahmad, Doha Bank Manager, were the guests of honour.
The event was attended by a large number of parents, students and guests.
Nargis Raza Otho warmly welcomed all the guests and parents at the ceremony and extended her gratitude to the distinguished guests for gracing the occasion.
'Today we look forward to Almighty Allah who has showered on us plentiful blessings. This event gives a great opportunity to highlight the achievements accomplished by the school in this session.
In her annual school report, she said that her students performed creditably well in the SSC and HSSC Annual Examination conducted by the FBISE, Islamabad, this year. The school's pass percentage was 100 in SSC and 94.23 in HSSC.
The principal also highlighted the remarkable achievements of the students in the co-curricular and extra-curricular activities in the last academic year. Among their notable laurels were victories in debates, dramas, poetry, painting, creative writing, exhibitions and sports and games competitions at inter-school and intra-schools level.
'These activities provide the students an opportunity to reveal their creativity and progress with confidence she said.
She expressed her delight on the achievement of the students and congratulated them, the staff and parents on the exam results. She said that she is extremely excited that one of her students, Aena Farooq has once again set another new record in Doha by securing 1014 marks out of 1050 marks in the SSC Annual Exam 2017.
She pledged that the journey of the school's progress will continue. 'Today we look forward with a sense of hope towards greater growth and progress. We have miles to go to achieve our goals.
She also urged the teachers to continue delivering their best to bring more laurels for the school.
As many as 141 students of SSC and HSSC were among the award winners. A1 grade holders were feted with merit certificates by the BOG members and Vice Principals whereas the first, second & third position holders were honoured with Shields and Roll of Honour by the chief guest.