Peshawar: Jamat-e-Islami (JI ) central Majlis Shura member and central vice president of Al-Khidmat Foundation Dr Iqbal Khalil on Wednesday has said that without provision of proper education no nation and country can make development in the world.
Speaking at a prize distribution ceremony arranged by Iqra Education System IES Khyber Pakhtunkhwa here at Peshawar Press Club, he said education was necessary in this fats complex era because without education it is difficult for a nation to go ahead in development.
Giving tips to the student in board examination, he said that students should much concentrate on Islamic Studies subject because a student could obtain more marks in the subject as compare to other subject.
Physics, chemistry and mathematics, he maintained that were also scoring subjects for the students and the mentioned subjects had basic role while Muslims scientists had also contributed great role in that subjects.
He stressed the students to make addiction of daily reading of different kind of books and visit to library and also maintain their course study for exams preparation, as the extra reading would be helpful in their future.
Mirajuddin, provincial director of IES on the occasion said that there were 14 units of the system operating in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa including 4 schools, three colleges and a degree college for female students.
The vision of IES, he said to make character building of the young generation of Pakistan because students are the future of the country.
He said that provincial government had excluded some verses of Holy Quran from board courses and brought changes in syllabus but with our struggles the courses remain unchanged.
Deputy director of IES Rahman Yousaf said that despite achieving educational degrees in education fields it was necessary to create decent and good moral among the students.
Later cash prize were distributed among the student of class 9th and 10th including Fakhre Alam, Aamad Ali, Bilal Ahmad, Umer Raza, Izhar Mehboob, Qazi Muhammad Saad, Jalal Khan, Arshad Ali, Abdul Wahid, Abu Bakkar and Sheraz Ahmad.