Bilqees Sarwar Foundation and Customs Public School in Pakistan celebrates the outstanding success of obtaining 100% result in BISE Matriculation Examination 2016. As chief guest of the annual High Achievers ceremony, BSF Founder Farhan Sarwar, made a PKR 2 Million donation for school and congratulated the students for achieving high marks.
Monday morning, there were pats on the back, medals around the necks and smiles all around with sparkling eyes. BSF contributed in the ceremony to celebrate the best performance of bright students in Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Matriculation Examination-2016., which concluded on Monday at the Alhamra Arts Council, Mall Road Lahore, Pakistan.Customs Public School is proud of its reputation with the objective of combining professional excellence with zealous commitment and it is considered as one of the leading school chains in Pakistan.
The ceremony was attended by numerous significant personalities including Mr. Farhan Sarwar (Founder Bilqees Sarwar Foundation), Mr. Iftikhar Ali Malik, Chairman (Vice President Saarc Chamber of Commerce), Miss Sumera Nazir Khan (Chief Collector Customs Department), Dr Asif Mahmood Jah (Collector Customs Government of Punjab), honorary Customs Officers, Parents and the Children.
Chief guest, Farhan Sarwar congratulated the students and acknowledged the efforts of the principal Saira Zaheer and the teachers altogether. Gold medals and certificates were distributed among high achievers and teachers by Farhan Sarwar. On this occasion he announced a donation of Rupees 2 Million to promote quality education in Pakistan for the under-privileged community.
(Certificate distribution among teachers by the chief guest).
(Principal Saira Zaheer presenting souvenir to the Chief Guest Farhan Sarwar-founder Bilqees Sarwar Foundation)
He Said “Bilqees Sarwar Foundation is proud to be a part of this journey with Customs Public School. We believe that education is a fundamental human right and capable of bringing any desired change and uplift the society. therefore, we are focusing on the basic needs of educational institutions to promote quality education in Pakistan. We will continue to provide our services in the area of education, as I strongly believe that foundation of every state is the education of its youth.”
Bilqees Sarwar Foundation recently awarded a total of 20 scholarships worth PKR1.8 million to the most deserving students, ranging in ages from 3 to 13, at the Customs Public School. The scholarship programme aims to support young students who may not otherwise have enough resources to pursue their primary education.
Education plays the most important role in building up the edifice of a nation. Modern education has in itself become a research oriented and ever evolving process rather than remaining a set of prescribed syllabi and traditional teaching skills. It lays stress on awakening self-awareness and nurturing student’s innate talents. Customs Public School was set up in Lahore in 1982. The efforts of the Collectorate of Customs and Central Excise Lahore, in establishment of this institution were enormous, and therefore deserve special mention. While laying foundation stone of the institution, the main consideration was to provide a conducive academic atmosphere and excellent teaching facilities to the children of departmental employees, in particular, and public, in general. Since its establishment, Customs Public School has very successfully catered to the needs of the students in rapidly changing world. The school is run on the basis of “No profit No loss”.