High Achievers Ceremony At Muzaffarabad Campus

High Achievers Ceremony At Muzaffarabad Campus

Roots International Schools Muzaffarabad hosted its High Achievers Ceremony and Students Recognition Day at the River View Campus, Muzaffarabad on August 24th 2017. Despite the unexpected weather condition and heavy rain showers, more than 500 people arrived on occasion including families, teachers and the RIS management to celebrate the remarkable achievements of our students. On this occasion, Prime Minister Azad Jammu and Kashmir Muhammad Farooq Haider Khan appeared as the Chief Guest and AJK Education Minister, Barrister Iftikhar Gillani, Minister of Health and Finance Dr. Najib Naqi and the Member of Legislative Assembly Dr. Mustafa Bashir Abbasi graced this auspicious occasion as the Guest of Honors. After the national anthem, Qirat and patriotic speech from the Chief Executive RIS Mr. Walid Mushtaq, the audience took a virtual tour of the Roots International Schools, Pakistan. RIS Muzaffarabad kept true to its long standing tradition of delighting parents, rewarding excellence and encouraging students to deliver their performances with poise and confidence. Flattering costumes, well-rehearsed dialogue, sky-high levels of energy, and enthusiastic students performing on stage captivated the audience and the chief guest of the evening. In her welcome address, Regional Director North Ms Almah Gillani congratulated the high achievers, thanked the parents for their continued support and expressed her appreciation for the teachers’ ceaseless commitment. The chief guest, Prime Minister Azad Jammu and Kashmir acknowledged Roots International School’s services in the field of education and urged the students to continue working hard for themselves and for their nation. He presented awards to distinction-holders and congratulated RIS and all the students and their parents. CEO, RIS, Mr. Walid Mushtaq congratulated the students saying that before the students stretch a lifetime of adventure and opportunity.

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