Bilqees Sarwar Foundation (BSF) has marked another achievement by handing over a furnished education block to the management of Customs Public School (Trust) worth PKR 6.6 million. This block is named Bilqees Sarwar Block after the name of Mrs. Bilqees Sarwar, Chairwoman, BSF. This block is constructed under the management of BSF in a short span of time comprising of 6 rooms with the capacity to accommodate 120 students and well-equipped with all the academic necessities. This event was hosted by CPS management along with the high achiever’s prize distribution ceremony.
BSF joined hands with Customs Public School (CPS) with an ambition to address the multiple academic needs, considering CPS as one of the top-notch institutions to provide the students with quality education and to facilitate them with best academic infrastructure equipped with all the accessories. BSF fulfills the requirement to increasing the number of classrooms for accommodating more students by constructing a furnished educational block.
“We believe that education is a fundamental human right and capable of bringing any desired change to uplift the society. I strongly believe that foundation of every state is the education of its youth. It is a privilege for BSF to be a part of this journey with Customs Public School” said by Mr. Farhan Sarwar.
The ribbon cutting ceremony was organized by Custom Public School Trust Management who welcomed Honorable Mrs. Bilqees Sarwar, Chairwomen BSF, Honorable Mr. Farhan Sarwar, President BSF accompanied by his spouse Respected Mrs. Afia Farhan and Custom Officials including Honorable Mr. Sarfaraz Ahmed Warriach, Director Post Clearance Audit, Honorable Mr. Muhammad Sadiq, Collector MCC (Faisalabad), Honorable Mr. Muhammad Jameel Nasir, Collector (Appraisement) MCC, Honorable Mr. Abbas Ali Babar, Additional Collector, Office of the Chief Collector (Central), Honorable Ms. Mehreen Naseem, Assistant Collector graced the event with their presence.
Children are the asset of a nation and deserve to be raised in a healthy environment to become a source of economic and cultural growth for the state. It is our prime responsibility to provide them with quality education by building a standard academic infrastructure. We are thankful to our trustees for supporting the underprivileged students to achieve their dreams. “Says Ms. Zeba Hai Azhar, Chief Collector of Customs (Central)
I feel proud to be a part of this prestigious organization for many years and it gives me pleasure to see our students playing an important role while holding the key positions in the government and private sectors. Since its establishment, Customs Public School has been contributing in building a great nation by nurturing the educational careers for more than 30 years. Said By Mrs. Saira Zaheer, Principal CPS