Hasan Abdal Cadet College preparing for golden jubilee


The Executive Body of the Hasan Abdal Cadet College (HOBA) are organising an elaborate ceremony on the occasion of its golden jubilee in Islamabad next month. Alumni from around the world along with their families will participate in the ceremony. The ceremony was planned in a meeting chaired by Rawalpindi Medical College Professor of Medicine and College of Physicians and Surgeons Controller of Examination Professor Muhammad Shoaib Shafi.
The meeting was attended by Faisal Manzoor, Captain Nayeer Gillani, Colonel Saad Azeem, Ahmad Saleem, and Dr Nadeem Iqbal Shaikh. The proposal for the organization of a special golden jubilee ceremony was presented by HOBA Khyber Pukhtunkhwa Chapter Vice President Sikandar Khan Khattack which was unanimously approved. He assured massive participation by his province in the ceremony while the Lahore Chapter’s Mujahid Khursheed suggested inviting retired teachers as chief guests at HOBA events.
It was also decided that scholarships for deserving Abdalians would be increased and welfare programmes carried out to provide all possible assistance to students unable to afford educational expenses. Participants at the meeting lauded the valuable contributions of all Abdalians who had been rendering their professional services in their respective fields. Shafi said on the occasion that HOBA had more than 5,000 members who could participate in reunions.
He said the executive members would contribute by keeping in contact with alumnis to make HOBA events festive enough to live up to the students’ and faculty’s expectations. Prolonged construction of new block in IMCG F-10/2: Students at Islamabad Model College for Girls F-10/2 face difficulties due to construction of a new block being delayed. The construction of the new block was proposed to facilitate students studying in the second shift to transfer to the morning shift.
Due to the delay, thousands of students have been forced to study in the second shift. Being residents of Islamabad’s suburbs, the students and their parents face difficulties commuting to and from the campus. This also poses problems for female students who reach their homes late in the evening. The parents and students have demanded the completion of the new block’s construction at the earliest.
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