ISLAMABAD – Chaudhry Faisal Mushtaq, Chief Executive Roots Millennium Schools (RMS), Pakistan, has been conferred with the most prestigious national civil Award of ‘Tamgha-i-Imtiaz, TI’ by the President of Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari on Pakistan Day Ceremony held at the Presidency on 23rd March 2013 in recognition of his outstanding services in the field of education, youth and promotion of Chinese Language across Pakistan as the national academic icon, educational change sponsor and globally recognized school and education management practitioner.Faisal Mushtaq is one of the young Pakistanis to achieve the national recognition of a civil award. This is a historic moment for Mushtaq, family, alumni, faculty and Pakistan, say a press release issued here on Monday. Chaudhary Faisal Mushtaq has achieved greater heights with his commitment, passion and perseverance towards academic excellence in Pakistan. His efforts and services have been acknowledged on different world forums. With deep insight on education advancement Mr. Mushtaq has come a long way in structuring and implementing change in education through the widely popular platform of Roots Schools.His phenomenal passion for a literate Pakistan and trailblazing success is quintessentially the outcome of his unflinching dedication and commitment towards the betterment of education in the country. The National Civil Award has earned Faisal Mushtaq an unprecedented recognition on the national level acknowledging him as a role model for the youth entrepreneurs and idea sponsors.The graceful ceremony was attended by the President of Pakistan, Prime Minister of Pakistan, Services Chiefs, Speakers of the National Assembly, Diplomats and families of the Civil and Military award recipients.Speaking to the media at Presidency, an accomplished and elated Chaudhry Faisal Mushtaq said that “My passion and commitment to the cause of education are very profound. I and my team are fully devoted to render our all-out support and to take an enthusiastic part in any initiatives aimed at furthering this supreme national interest of promoting education and literacy in Pakistan.”