Bhaskar News Service
Kiratpur. An art and craft competition was organized at the city’s famous Mariam Higher Secondary School on Thursday. In which students from class nursery to class 10th participated. There was great enthusiasm in the competition in the school. According to the information received, various types of artefacts related to art and craft were displayed by the students in the programme. And the students and parents enjoyed everything from food and drinks to sports. The program was inaugurated by chief guest Dr. Parul Tyagi, Principal RBD Degree College, Bijnor and Mariam Saim, Manager Mariam Higher Secondary School, President Mohammad Saim Raja, Principal Dr. Mohit Bansal by jointly cutting the ribbon. On this occasion, Dr. Parul Tyagi and other guests visited the art and crafts made by the children. And expressed happiness and encouraged the children. Wishing a bright future for the children, he said that the way all the students have worked hard and made such good paintings and crafts, it makes one feel that the school management and all the staff are working very hard and this is for the children. It is a sign of success. School Manager Maryam Saim Raja and President Mohammad Saim Raja said that the school is working in the field of education by fulfilling the dream of its founder Raja Ghazanfar Ali Khan. And we will continue to work hard with everyone’s support. He thanked all the parents and said that keep supporting the school like this and we will keep trying to do better work. He congratulated the entire staff for the success of the program. On this occasion Principal Zakia Parveen, Firdous Jahan, Mohammad Meherban, Rupesh Tyagi, Arusha, Umaira Dilshad, Nida Khan, Farhana, Muzaffar Ali, Farha Naz, Wasim Ahmed, Mantasha Anjum, Nazmeen, Mahinoor, Mumtaz, Anam Parveen, Nisha Parveen, Mantasha, Amreen, Shazia, Chitralekha Sharma, Babli, Sumaira, Shebi Shakir, Kukan, Soni Parveen, Suman Chauhan, Rihaan Ahmed etc. were present.
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