General Qamar Javed Bajwa, Chief of Army Staff, said that continuing attempts to integrate Madaris into the grip of the mainstream national education system will open up opportunities for Madaris learners to excel in modern professional paths.
He spoke to a delegation of high-level intermediate exam students who met the army chief in the GHQ in Rawalpindi, which was Ittehad-e-Tanzeemaate-Madaris Pakistan.
Thirteen learners including four women from Ittehad-e-Tanzeemaate-Madaris Pakistan earned top places from multiple boards in the Intermediate Exam.
General Bajwa congratulated the learners in multiple fields for obtaining top roles.
He highlighted the learners in continuing hard work and contributing to prosperous and progressive Pakistan as well as being component of culture as helpful people.
The Army Chief also praised families and professors ‘ attempts and dedication to offering learners with settings to assist accomplish such differences.
In recognition of their efforts, General Qamar Javed Bajwa later awarded high achievements and souvenirs to parents and teachers.
On the occasion, learners honored Army Chief Staff for offering them with chance and appreciation of their accomplishments.