Graduation ceremony of Pak-Turk school held

Photo credit: Balochistan Voices
Photo credit: Balochistan Voices


Date posted: November 7, 2016

QUETTA: Pak-Turk International School and College, Quarry Road branch, pre-school section celebrated its graduation ceremony on Sunday with great enthusiasm. All the little angels actively participated in the function.

Each item presented by the little kids was a great source of entertainment. Director of the institution Kazim Kazilkaya and Principal Ms Soniya Irum also spoke on the occasion. Chief guest Member Provincial Assembly Mrs Yasmeen Lehri distributed the degrees to young graduates.

Pak-Turk International School and College is the only institution in Quetta where the students get modern education.

The schooling system should be launched in other districts of the province, so that more children could get education and increase the rate of literacy of the province. The Education department of the provincial government should also adopt this policy to educate the children of the province.

Source: The International News , November y, 2016


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