MPHS Saliskote celebrates Annual Day; CEC Feroz attends function
Kargil: Chairman and Chief Executive Councilor, LAHDC, Kargil Feroz Ahmed Khan Tuesday attended the annual day function of Mutahhary Public High School, Saliskote.
The school celebrated its 30th Annual Day-cum-Shaheed Mutahhary Day as a teachers’ day on eve and loving memory of Ayatullah Shayeed Murtaza Mutahhary. The event was organized by Board of
Management, Mutahhary Public High School Saliskote Kargil.
The CEC Kargil was the chief guest, while Councilor Saliskote-Faroona Constituency, Aga Syed Arman was the guest of honour on the occasion.
Other dignitaries who were present included CEO Kargil Amin, Deputy CEO Sankoo, Mohd Hadi, Project Director KREDA, Kacho Ahmad Khan, Asst. Secretary J&KBOSE, Principal HSS Trespone, HS Saliskote, students, parents, guardians and large number of renowned personalities from all walks of life were present.
The guests were received by Chairman MPHS Saliskote, Agha Syed Kazim Saberi and guard of honour was presented by NCC student contingent. The program started with the recitation of Holy Quran.
At the outset, the Chairman MPHS Saliskote welcomed the chief guest with traditional Khatak. Those dignitaries present in the program were also cordially welcomed with traditional Khataks.
President MPHS Saliskote, Haji Mohd Hussain Arzoo formally welcome all the esteemed guests. Different cultural programs, skits and speeches were also presented by the students.
While speaking on the occasion, the CEC congratulated Mutaharrian family for the academic excellence and achievements in different fields. He expressed gratitude to the teaching staff in making MPHS Saliskote the pride of the region and grooming future generations.
In the concluding session of the program, a prize distribution ceremony were also conducted where the best student of the year (Qalbi Hussain), Best House of the year (Behesti House) and outstanding academic performance of Ex. teacher Syed Ali Shah were felicitated. Later, Chairman MPHS Saliskote presented vote of thanks on behalf of MPHS-Saliskote.