Federal Board Starts Educational Week

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Federal Board Islamabad has announced the educational week in the federal government schools and colleges in which different activities and the science exhibition will be conducted. Islamabad Board will conduct the curriculum activities and the science exhibition from 07 December to 14 December 2015.

Federal Board will conduct the curriculum activities in the competition of Qiraat, Naat, English and Urdu Speech and national songs. Islamabad Board will also manage the science exhibition in which the students of the higher secondary schools and colleges of Federal Board will participate. The students of the schools of Federal Board will participate in other activities and the male and female students are allowed to take part in all these activities.

Federal Board will participate in the Urdu speech for the school students on the title of ‘Hasool-e-Azadi’ say ‘ziada mushkil hai Tahfuz-e-Azadi’ and the students of the colleges will participate in the event of Urdu speech on the title of ‘Dast-e-Jamhoor main Shah Hon kay Garebaan hon gay.’ Federal Board will conduct the competition of English speech on the topic of ‘Rights and Responsibilities of Pakistani’, in which the students of secondary school will take part. In the competition of English speech on the title of ‘Internal threats are more serious than external’, the students of the colleges will take part. In all categories, 3 top position holders will be announced in this competition and they will be awarded with cash prizes and certificates. In the exhibition, the models of Physics, Chemistry, Computer Science and Biology will be presented at the higher secondary schools or intermediate level and these will also be displayed in the science exhibition.

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