LAHORE - The delegation of position holder students during stay in UK, visited Kashmir centre Nottingham where a prominent charity organisation Muslim Hand arranged a reception in their honour. The function was attended by prominent Pakistani settled in UK, Lord Nazir Ahmad, Professor Khaliq-ur-Rehman, UET Lahore, the Chairman Muslim Hand Syed Lakht Hussain, Dr Musharraf Hussain and Prof Fazal-e-Rabi. According to an official handout, addressing on the occasion Lord Nazir Ahmad said that under the dynamic leader of Chief Minister Punjab Shahbaz Sharif, the Punjab government has taken revolutionary steps in education sector and has set a precedent for others provinces of country. The Chairman Muslim Hands Syed Lakht Hussain said that as a educationist, he understand that the Danish School is a most important project in the education history of Pakistan and this project will play a pivotal role for the provision of quality education to the poor children. Addressing the function, position holders said that Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has taken various initiatives including compulsory, primary educations, scholarships for girls, teachers training programmes on modern lines, encouraging talented students by giving cash prizes and scholarships. At the same time talented but needy students are also being provided financial assistance for pursuing their higher studies.