PESHAWAR - Government Girls Middle School, New Karimpora, has won Urdu speech competition held between public sector middle schools of the district Peshawar.The Urdu speech competition arranged by Elementary and Secondary Education (Female) District Peshawar as a part of Bazme-e-Adab 2012 held at Government Girls Middle School Cantonmentt No 3 Peshawar. Speakers from 16 different schools of the district participated in the competition. Sofia Tabassum, Distt. Education Officer (Female) Peshawar and Farzana yousaf, District Sport Secretary were present on the occasion.Topic of the competition was ‘Fard Qaim Rabt-e-Millat se Hae Tanha Koch Nahi”. The young speakers held firm ties between a person and nation as indispensable. The audience lauded courage, presentation skills and argumentation of the speakers. According to jury decision Sundus of Girls Middle School New Karimpora got 1st, Mahnoor of Government Girls Middle School Cantt No 2 stood second while Sajal of GGMS Cantt No 1 achieved 3rd position in the competition.Farzana Yousaf, District Sport Secretary appreciated the confidence and bold presentation of the students. “Participation in such competition was a real success,” she maintained. Sofia Tabassum, District. Education Officer (Female) Peshawar took note of the low participation of middle schools in the competition and asked heads of the girls schools to ensure their presence Co-curricular activities. District Sport Secretary gave away trophies to winners of the speech competition.This news was published in The Nation newspaper. Read complete newspaper of 22-Oct-2012 here.