Islamabad - Forty outstanding high achievers students from Roots Millennium Schools and The Millennium University College had the honour of being invited to the Prime Minister’s Office in Islamabad and meet Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi along with Chief Executive RMS Chaudhry Faisal Mushtaq TI, Executive Director Anna Faisal, Director Schools and Outreach Sabina Zakir, Director Academics and Education Erum Atif, Principal TMUC Bahria Springs Shabana Jaspal and Principal Millennium Campus I-9/3, Islamabad Muneeze Muzaffar last day.

The eager Millennials from Roots Millennium Schools/TMUC Karachi, Lahore, Gujranwala, Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Mirpur AJK and Peshawar Campuses had the virtue to discuss their ideas and put forth their questions to the Prime Minister .

These two way intellectual communication between the Millennials and Prime Minister resulted in sharing of viewpoints about progression of the state and the vision and role of the Government. The meeting proceeded with a visit and session in the Cabinet Hall. Millennials were appreciated and acknowledged for their Global University Acceptances and were advised to gain maximum exposure via Foreign Education and return to benefit their homeland by the Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi.  Millennials from nationwide campuses were privileged to visit the PM Office and Cabinet Hall namely; Abdul Ahad Butt (Jacobs University, Edinburgh University), Hadia Ahmed Fatima (Bates College), Hinza Batool Malik (Hollins College), Minayal Ejaz (Hartford University), Muhammad Bilal (METU, NYU-Shanghai), Muhammad Usayrim Rehman (Glasgow University), Raina Paul (UBC, King’s College), Shaikh Muhammad Adil (METU ), Zainab Farid (Clark University, St Andrews), Adeena Saeed Khan (Oxford Summer Institute, Columbia University, JSA Princeton, Brown Summer Program), Syed Aun Mohammad Rizvi (Cornel University, Oxford Summer Institute), Rameen Khalid Mahmood (Cambridge Scholars Program), Aliza Danish (Princeton, UPENN, Oxford Summer Institute, Cambridge Scholars Program), Areeb Shahid (Wharton University Global Young Leaders Academy), Ahmad Danial (UPENN), Nabeeha Najaf Khan (Columbia, Stanford, Cambridge Scholars Program), Myra Khalil Hasan (Cornell Summer Program), Suleman Malik (Oxford Summer Program), Wajiha Alam (New York Times, Stanford Summer Institute), Wasay Hayat Khan, Ali Aanish Rehman, Maryam Shahid, Sumaya Afzal, Roha Sajjad, Muhammad Uzair Paracha, Muhammad Moeez Imdad, Hamyun Asmatullah, Haris Lateef, Eman Farooq, Saleha Naveed, Amaal Khalid Chauhan, Ammad Ali, Ali Shoukat, Zoha Aqil, Sairem Khan, Munira Jamal, Myra Khan, Eisha, Darood Tahir and Shaheer Ahmad. Millennials were acclaimed for their Foreign University Acceptances in Universities such as: IVY Leagues, UPenn University, Brown University, Yale University, Monash University, Augustana College, The University of British Columbia, Siena College, Florida Institute of Technology, University of Dallas, University of Hartford, Columbia University, Elmira College and many more to the list. The meeting concluded with a take away presented to all Learners and Management along with endorsement of the great change Roots Millennium Schools and The Millennium University College are bringing to the Nation by and large.

The Prime Minister was gracious enough to accept the souvenir of Pakistani traditional Truck presented by the Chief Executive- Mr. Faisal Mushtaq (TI) and Directors.