ISLAMABAD – Over 500 talented students on Monday put on display their 150 projects on science and arts at an expo organised here by Pak-Turk Schools and Colleges.
The students’ expo titled “Third-Eye Science Programme” was a part of a series of annual functions being arranged for the past nine years by the Pak-Turk School System for talented youngsters who have made a difference in their respective fields and subjects.
Chief Commissioner Islamabad Tariq Mehmood Pirzada inaugurated the ceremony as hundreds of proud parents, teachers and family members showered flowers and praises for their children who had exhibited their talent through innovative and creative projects. On the occasion, Ahmet Efeturk, Principal of Pak-Turk School System, said the projects created by young students covered many aspects with novel ideas. He said that it would be for the first time that students had been motivated to develop projects on science, fiction, religion and spiritual values which would help promote traditional and spiritual aspects of life among younger generation.
Asma Qazi, head of ECA, said this function would help come closer the peoples of Pakistan and Turkey who already shared rich historical, religious and brotherly relations. She lauded the contribution of the government and the peoples of Turkey, who were providing sufficient funds for education of the youngsters of Pakistan.