- Category: News
- Published on 21 December 2016
Today on 21st December 2016, the Annual Parents’ Day was held at Cadet College Hasanabdal. His Excellency Mumnoon Hussain the President of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan graced the occasion as the Chief Guest. The President reviewed the Annual Parade in the College Parade Ground. Following the Parade, PT Show, Gymnastics Show and Riding Display were performed by the cadets, which were a testimony of the hard work of the instructors done throughout the year.
The Principal Maj Gen (Rt) Najeeb Tariq HI(M) presented his annual report in which he thanked the worthy chief guest for sparing his precious time for the occasion. In his report, he mentioned a wide range of curricular, extra-curricular and co-curricular activities which are an essential part of the college training design. He also made a mention of the phenomenal results produced by the cadets and commended the efforts of college intelligentsia. The Principal also highlighted the importance of modernization of education with the use of modern technology which is now the part of college academic infra-structure.
Then the president of Pakistan gave away the prizes to the cadets. The award of Champions Trophy was given to Jinnah Wing and Cadet Uzair Khan Niazi was presented with the Sword of Honour for being the Overall Best Cadet of the year 2016-17..
The Chief Guest spoke to the audience. He appraised the standards of the parade, gymnastics, PT and Horse Riding. He showed his satisfaction on the excellent results and a number of other achievements made by the Abdalians. The President stressed upon the need of general welfare, brotherhood, unity and integrity and said that the aim of every institution must be to inculcate these values in the youth of Pakistan. He aptly quoted the verses from the poetry of Allama Muhammad Iqbal for which he has his own privileged status. Appreciating the efforts of the teachers for the wonderful results, he announced a Bonus Pay for them as Honorarium.
After the function, refreshments were served and glimpses of delight and satisfaction could be viewed on the faces of the parents.