Karachi (Muhammad Yasir)
Caretaker Sindh Minister for Revenue, Industries, and Commerce, Muhammad Younus Dagha, will be the chief guest of the ceremony being held on Monday (today) to celebrate academic achievement by hundreds of students from deprived families.
The non-profit Green Crescent Trust (GCT) is organising the ceremony in Karachi to honour hundreds of students from less-privileged families who recently passed the Secondary School Certificate Annual Examinations with distinction.
The students to be honoured at the ceremony are enrolled in the charitable schools of the GCT in the backward and remote areas of Sindh. The GCT in pursuit of its charitable cause of enrolling out-of-school children in Sindh, in the past 29 years has established a network of 166 schools having an enrollment of 31,799 students from the deserving families.
Interim Sindh Information Minister, Muhammad Ahmed Shah, Caretaker Sindh Law Minister, Barrister Muhammad Omer Soomro, and Additional Chief Secretary of Sindh Home Department, Muhammad Iqbal Memon, will also likely attend the ceremony as the guests of honour. They will distribute commendation certificates and prizes among the distinguished students of the GCT’s school network who recently passed the matriculation exams.
The ceremony will be held at the Auditorium of the Sindh Boy Scouts’ Association.
“This ceremony completely reflects the vision of donors, supporters, and well-wishers of the GCT to recognize and celebrate academic excellence shown by students from deprived areas to encourage them to continuously make efforts to brighten their future and that of their families,” said Zahid Saeed who is the GCT CEO.