LAHORE - Todays students must be informed about the sacrifices rendered to achieve Pakistan, said TheNation Editor-in-Chief and Nazria Pakistan Trust Chairman Majid Nizami, while highlighting the purpose of the Nazriati Summer Schools here on Thursday. He presided the inaugural ceremony of the NSS held at Aiwan-e-Karkunan Tehrik-e-Pakistan. Punjab University Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Mujahid Kamran was the chief guest on the occasion. NPT Vice-Chairman Prof Dr Rafique Ahmad, Colonel (r) Ikramullah Khan, the School Principal Prof Farah Zeba, columnist Dr Ajmal Niazi, Dr M A Soofi, Prof Muzaffar Mirza, Rafaqat Riaz, Shahid Rasheed and a large number of students attended the ceremony. Nizami said that 11 years back he proposed the name of the school as Nazriati Summer School. He said the students of the school would be educated and trained to be the perfect citizens of the country. The students would also be told that India was the eternal enemy of Pakistan, he added. Prof Dr Mujahid Kamran said that Pakistan was the most important and strongest country, having atomic power among all Muslim worlds. He added the students had big responsibility in this regard and they must choose their careers in order to make the country stronger. He said academic excellence was a key to the survival and supremacy of any country and the promotion of education was must to attain academic excellence. Dr Mujahid said Almighty Allah had blessed the country with lot of resources including gold and mine reservoirs. He stressed the need to do research and focus on things to get secrets of the universe. He asked the students to become researchers so that the paucity of PhD scholars could be met in the country in coming years. Whether you become a scientist, doctor, engineer or player, attain glory in that field. Prof Dr Rafique Ahmad, in his welcome address said. It was an honour that the Vice-Chancellor of the greatest and largest university of the country had inaugurated Nazriati Summer School. He highly appreciated the efforts of VC Dr Mujahid Kamran in promoting quality higher education and said the Punjab University had been getting academic excellence in his period. He also highlighted the purpose of the school. In the end, Majid Nizami and Prof Dr Rafique Ahmad gifted books to Prof Dr Mujahid Kamran. Meanwhile, mobile ideological units of Nazria Pakistan Trust led by their coordinators on Thursday visited Qazi Group of Schools for Boys Ferozpur Road and Nawaz Model Higher Secondary School Kamahan. The teachers Naeem Anjum and Mumtaz Ali presided over the Pakistan Aghi Ceremonies at the schools respectively. The students were awarded prizes in quiz competitions and the schools were gifted with books.