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Graduation ceremony at PAF Academy Risalpur held
Risalpur, Sep 28: The graduation ceremony of 111 Non GD course of College of Flying Training was held at PAF Academy here on Thursday.
to a press release, Air Marshal Syed Athar Hussain Bukhari, vice chief
of the Air Staff, Pakistan Air Force was the chief guest on the
occasion.The graduating cadets belonging to engineering, logistics,
information technology, education, accounts, meteorology, and medical
branches of the PAF were awarded with branch insignias. Officer Cadet
Raheel was awarded the trophy for Best Overall Performance in the
While addressing the graduating cadets, the chief
guest said, "You must be aware that Pakistan Air Force is in the process
of transitioning from the legacy systems to modern and Hi-tech
A number of new platforms and weapon systems
have already been inducted. While the PAF's actual potential is its
human resource, who operate and maintain the state-of-the-art equipment,
your contribution towards the overall mission of PAF counts a lot."
chief guest further said, "I must stress that professional competence,
skilful application of knowledge, teamwork and above all, a positive
attitude towards service is extremely important for you to meet the
challenges that lie ahead."
The ceremony was followed by
an exhilarating aerial display by the PAF Academy Aerobatics team
'Sherdils'. Earlier, the chief guest was received by Air Vice Marshal
Rashid Kamal, Air Officer Commanding PAF Academy, Risalpur.
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Over 100,000 children enrolled in KP
Affirming the commitment to ensure that no child is left out of school,
the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government has enrolled over 100,000 children in
schools across the province.
"The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
government firmly believes that the future of the province will be
transformed if every child receives education", Provincial Education
Minister Atif Khan told a ceremony in Mardan on Wednesday.
Ailaan, a campaign that seeks to put education at the front and centre
of public discourse in Pakistan, supported the KP government's
initiative with the Alif Ailaan Taleemi Karavan.The caravan started the
third leg of its journey through KP in Charsadda, where a discussion on
the importance of education was held with the local communities followed
by the enrollment of 16 children.
The caravan then moved
to Mardan where it was received by the education minister and more than
350 members of civil society, teachers, parents and community members.
An enrollment ceremony was also held at the end of the event where the
minister enrolled 10 children.
"The government is
committed to the cause of education, for which all parties must set
aside their political differences," the minister said. "Every parent
aspires for their children to achieve their full potential but not
everyone understands that education is key to achieving this goal," said
Mosharraf Zaidi, Alif Ailaan Campaign Leader.
challenge before the government is great. On the one hand they must
ensure that parents enrol their children and on the other hand they must
also make sure that the dropout rate is curbed, or else the gains will
be lost", he said. The news
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