LAHORE - Begum Kalsoom Nawaz, the wife of PML-N Quaid has said that with there was lot of talent in our young generation, which would be utilised for the development of the country, as no nation can attain the pinnacle of progress until it manages its young generation. She further said that future of our beloved country Pakistan was in sound hand, which has proved true after holding of speech competitions in the province, in which students have performed superbly. She expressed these views while addressing a prize distribution ceremony of the Divisional Chief Minister's speech and essay writing competition held here on Saturday at Alhamra Hall. The ceremony was also addressed by Provincial Ministers, including Mujtaba Shujaur Rehman, Chaudhry Abdul Ghafoor, MNAs Mian Marghoob, Begum Tehmina Doultana, Secretary Higher Education, Azhar Hassan Shamim and Chairman Lahore intermediate Board, Dr Akram Kashmiri. On the occasion Begum Kalsoom Nawaz said that credit of encouraging the students for such healthy competitions goes to Punjab Chief Minister Mian Shahbaz Sharif and by participation of good number of students here have proved that they were brave people as we are passing through the age of bomb blasts. She said that chief minister Punjab was busy for the promotion of education in province at the cost of his health and he would get result one day in this regard. She asked the students to get modern education but also be in touch with Holly Quran as this is the book that have solutions of all the problems. Provincial Minister Mujtaba Shujaur Rehman in his address said that the chief minister has given education his top priority and allocated the 60 per cent budget in this respect. Importance of physical education stressed Punjab University Centre for Clinical Psychology (CCP) observed its First Sports Day at the centre's premises. The funds generated from the event were donated to the Rose Garden-Half Way House, a project of Centre for Clinical Psychology launched in collaboration with the Punjab Institute of Mental Health for the rehabilitation of female patients with chronic schizophrenia, said spokesman of the university here on Saturday. The visitors showed great interest in the stalls set up by the Rose Garden, Living Institute for Special Learners and students of the Centre. Matches of badminton and cricket were played. A blend of perfection with toughness was witnessed through both these games where every team was giving a close competition to its competitor. Four quarter finals and two semi finals were conducted for Badminton. The final match was played between the Pansy (BSV) and Pink Rose (BS III) teams in which Pink Rose bagged the trophy. Final match of cricket was played between Hawks (BS III) and Stallions (BS I, V, VII). The Hawks (BS III) won the match by 21 runs. PU Faculty of Life Sciences Dean Prof Dr Shahida Hasnain was the chief guest at the prize distribution ceremony. Addressing the ceremony, Dr Shahida said that the significance of physical education could not be undermined, as it developed discipline, leadership, cooperation, endurance and a desire to excel among the students. She also appreciated the efforts of the Centre for its commitment in running the Rose Garden-Half Way House, saying that it was the foremost duty of the psychologists to help the deprived people suffering from mental health problems. She also met the members of the Rose Garden.