SRINAGAR: Deputy Speaker Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly Nazir Ahmad Gurezi on Thursday praised the services of private education sector in dissemination of quality education in the state.
He was speaking at a Seerat conference organised by a private educational institute in which famous Naats and Salaams were recited by students.
Gurezi said, “Through these competitions, the students get a chance to showcase their talent and such activities boost their confidence in a major way,” read a handout.
As a mark of tribute for the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), Gurezi said “a Muslim should follow the Islamic teachings in letter and spirit”.
Around 60 students from 30 government and private institutions of the valley participated in the Seerat Conference which was adjudged by professional Naat Khwans Ghulam Hassan Gamgeen and Shabir Ahmad Shabir, it further read.
Gurezi also felicitated and distributed prizes and mementoes among those students who achieved positions in Naat and Qirat competition.
Dean Students Welfare, Kashmir University, Prof G N Khaki, Coordinator Student Welfare, Kashmir University, Zahid Jeelani Wani, cricketer, Sami-Ullah, teachers, students and parents were present on the occasion, read the handout.