HASK felicitates its adopted students who passed Matric with flying colours
Distributes textbooks, bags and stationary among 45 students
Baramulla: Continuing its endeavor to support education of poor and needy students besides felicitating and encouraging its adopted students who passed matriculation examination with excellent marks percentage, Human Aid Society Kashmir (HASK) organized a felicitation cum distribution function at its head office at Dewanbagh Baramulla on Thursday.
Chief Medical Officer (CMO) Baramulla Dr. Bashir Ahmed Chalkoo was chief guest while as Executive Engineer R& B Baramulla Abdul Rashid Lone and Assistant Executive Engineer PDD Tariq Maqbool were guests of honour.
On this occasion 45 students sponsored by the organization including violence victims, orphans, needy and poor were provided textbooks, bags and other education related material.
HASK has emerged as ray of hope for hundreds of orphans, poor and violence hit children whom it provides moral and academic support to continue their education from last almost twenty years.
While addressing the gathering Chief Medical Officer (CMO) Baramulla Dr. Bashir Ahmed Chalkoo said, “To look after and help the needy, poor and particularly violence victim children of this society is our obligation. I assure all support and all possible help from my side as well from our department.”
“And it is not sin to be part of this class as I have also come from the same background living in frontier village near LoC it was quiet difficult for a student to dream to become a doctor,” he added.
Narrating his life story Executive Engineer R& B Baramulla Abdul Rashid Lone said that he too was orphaned in his early childhood but strived hard to fight the poverty and other challenges of life.
“We have to make crumbling stones as mile stones and achieve our goal. Life is full of challenges and you have to fight back,” Executive Engineer R& B Baramulla Abdul Rashid Lone added.
Speaking on the occasion Chairman Human Aid Society Kashmir Bashir Ahmed Mir said that the aim of the function was intended to encourage and felicitate the students of HASK studying in various government schools who have passed matric exams with flying colours.
“Results of our sponsored students studying in government schools proved that standard of and quality of education in government schools is good as they too got distinctions,” said Chairman HASK Mir.
While counseling the students, Patron HASK and senior journalist of north Kashmir Haji Karamat Qayoom advised the students to be loyal and faithful to their parents and develop spirit of helping needy and poor in at their level.