LAHORE - Nazaria-i-Pakistan Trust Vice Chairman Professor Rafique Ahmad has said that the students should pay their full attention to their studies and develop the habit of working diligently and making consistent effort.

He expressed these views at the annual prize distribution ceremony of the Muslim League High School, Empress Road, running under the auspices of the NPT.

Those present on the occasion included Muhammad Shoaib Mirza, Editor, the monthly “Phool”; Choudhry Muhammad Aslam, Seniorr Headmaster, the Muslim League High School; Dr. Chaudhry Muhammad Ashraf; Dr. Jehanzeb; Syed Abid Hussain Shah; teachers, students and their parents in a large number. The programme commenced with the recitation of the Holy Quran, a na’at and the national anthem.

Rafique Ahmad urged the teachers and parents to make the children aware of the Islamic values and the life and services of the heroes of Islam. He advised the parents to display an exemplary behavior and conduct before their children, as the children tend to imitate everything the elders do.

He observed that the school had been named after the party that had created Pakistan and this should be a source of pride for the students. He also advised the students to be very particular about cleanliness.  Congratulating the prize winners, he hoped that they would receive high education. Those who recited Allama Iqbal’s verses were also awarded cash prizes.