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Debate in inter schools islamabad

Islamabad:October 29:The second annual Inter-School Debate Competition hosted by Imperial International School and College was held at the Islamabad campus of the school in Sector F-10, says a press release issued here Friday.

The prominent schools of the capital city: Beaconhouse F-11 campus, Pak-Turk International, Elite International, Oxbridge International, ASAS, Westminster School & College and Imperial International, Satellite Town, Rawalpindi, branch participated in the event.

The topic chosen was one of great interest: ‘Being famous or being content’. It gave the students a chance to express their views and all the participants exuded immense confidence and spoke exceptionally well.

The chief guest was Nayyar Mahmud, an experienced educationist and trained negotiator from Harvard University. She was all praise for the participants who overcome their stage fright and put across their arguments so

confidently and Imperial

International School on arranging the competition successfully.

Shahida Azim, a renowned personality, founder and president of the NGO Mashal, was the chief judge. She expressed hope for the youth of Pakistan after witnessing the confidence of the speakers. “I believe we are working towards developing confident minds, good human beings and good Pakistanis. I hope Imperial International with all other schools of Pakistan will continue to work like this for the future of our country.”

The first position was grabbed by Omar Qavi and Ayesha Amir, both from Beaconhouse School System. The second prize was awarded to Rabia Fatima from Elite International and Sougand Shokoohi from Imperial International, Islamabad. The third prize was also awarded to two participants, Iffa Ahmed from Westminster School and Aaliyan Nadir from Elite International.The news.

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