Srinagar – OASIS Public High School, Gogji Bagh, Srinagar celebrated its Annual Day-2012 at Indoor Sports Stadium here on Saturday.
Large number of parents and students attended the impressive annual day commemoration function. Justice (Retd) Bashir A. Kirmani, President J&K State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission, was the chief guest while Senior J&K High Court Advocate Zaffar Ahmad Shah, was guest of honour.
Speaking on the occasion Justice Kirmani complimented the OASIS management for organizing an impressive function which showcased immense talent and capacity of both teachers & students to excel in both academics & extra-curricular areas pertaining to the whole concept of education. He called upon parents, teachers & school management to put in extra-ordinary interest, professionalism & hard work for harnessing immense potential in younger generation so that they could excel and meet all challenges in future.
Advocate Zaffar Shah said that all the presentations by the toddlers and higher class students of OASIS Group of Schools, were marvelous and full of messages of real education & nation building. While announcing cash award for the students who performed during various presentations, Advocate Zaffar called for inculcating sense of sincerity, honesty, truthfulness & spirit of social among students so that they could serve the community in future.
The dignitaries including Tariq Ahmad Naqshbandi, Retd District & Sessions Judge, presented awards to Teachers, Assistant Teachers, Incharges of various Departments and Drivers, for their outstanding performances & contribution, in promoting cause of education & school development.
Earlier, the function started with the recitation of Holy Quran & Naat, by the students. Ms Sameena Wani delivered the welcome address and Ashiq Hussain Masoodi, Chairman Oasis Group of Schools, presented vote of thanks.
Ms Rehana Naqshbandi, Teacher & Adeeba Wani, Student Class 10th, conducted the proceedings.
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