Islamabad - Millennials Minahil Noor and Sherbano Noor are going to attend a summer youth camp in Bangalore, India, organised by Goethe Institute. These students are learners of German language at Millennium Roots Schools who participated in The Online Quiz on Germany. Students from seven countries of South East Asia including Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Iran and Afghanistan participated in this competition. Millennial Minahil Noor was the winner of this competition from Pakistan and as a reward Goethe Institute has fully sponsored this youth camp for her.

Another Millennial Sherbano was also amongst the top scorers in this competition and has been rewarded partial sponsorship for this youth camp. Millennium Roots Schools’ students have been winning this international competition every year consecutively for the past five years.

Roots Millennium Schools provide students such environment where they learn to dream and aspire to achieve the heights of excellence, opportunity, diversity and discovery. The vision of RMS is to impart 21st century education with a philosophy of holistic approach towards the development and grooming of an individual, along with academic achievement, a great emphasis is placed on personality, confidence, exposure, leadership qualities and foreign languages Chinese and German languages are an integrated part of RMS curriculum. Roots Millennium Schools is a member of the PASCH School networks, being a member of partners for the future initiative; RMS started the German language classes in September 2009 as part of its curriculum.

Manager Millennium German language Department and Director RMS Safia Farooqi congratulated the remarkable achievements of Minahil and Sherbano.

Chief Executive Chaudhry Faisal Mushtaq TI appreciated the efforts of the Millennium German language department, teachers and students for their outstanding language diversity and teaching and learning of German language.