Madaris’ mainstreaming to open avenues for students: COAS

COAS Bajwa inaugurates Urea Formaldehyde Moulding Compound plant


our correspondent


Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa said on Wednesday mainstreaming of religious seminaries will open avenues for students to excel in contemporary career streams. Ongoing efforts to bring Madaris in fold of mainstream national education system will open avenues for Madaris students to excel in contemporary career streams, he said while addressing students belonging to Ittehad-e-Tanzeemate-Madaris Pakistan (ITMP), who met him at General Headquarters (GHQ.

Among them were 13 students, including four girls, who secured top positions in intermediate exams in various boards. COAS congratulated the students for achieving top positions in various disciplines. He urged the students to continue working hard and contribute towards prosperous and progressive Pakistan and be part of society as useful citizens.

The army chief also lauded the efforts and commitment of parents and teachers for providing environments to students to help them pass the exam with distinctions. Later, COAS distributed prizes among high achievers and souvenirs among their parents and teachers in recognition of their efforts. The students thanked the army chief for providing them this opportunity and recognition of their achievements.

Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Wednesday visited Pakistan Ordnance Factories (POF) Wah and Heavy Industries Taxila (HIT), ISPR reported. According to Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), COAS inaugurated Urea Formaldehyde Moulding Compound (UFMC) Plant at Wah Nobel Chemicals Factory. The project was completed in eight months. This new plant is equipped with latest and most economical silver catalyst technology, which will reduce the production cost. COAS also visited POF display centre where new defence products were showcased.

COAS stressed upon the management of POF to adopt a proactive approach for entering into joint ventures with foreign countries as well as private sector and bringing diversification to its product range. COAS appreciated efforts and contributions of POF and HIT in manufacturing defence and security equipment at par with international standards making defence capability robust and self-reliant saving national exchequer, added ISPR.


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