What it takes to be a winner
“It is not the will but the will to prepare to win that makes the difference”
Picture can speak a thousand words. This is more evident than ever before with the vast variety of drawing tools available today. The Royal Common wealth Society (RCS) announced a competition on one of the most important Global issue of the day “Malaria” under the theme “Me and my Net” particularly for the students under 18 year to participate in the following categories.
• Making an eye catching poster
• Creating a memorable radio or T.V advertisement
• Describing one’s own idea for an advertising campaign
It is a matter of great honour that four students of Army Public Junior School Jhelum Cantt Pakistan got distinctions in this International Competition in the following categories.
Picture Gold certificate M.Abdullah Ishaq 2 Red,
Creative Silver certificate Amina Binish V Red,
Creative Silver certificate Abdul Aslam V white,
Creative Bronze certificate M. Abdullah 2 Green,
M. Abdullah Ishaq is the only student who wins Gold Certificate from Pakistan, and other three were also out of very few students from Pakistan.
The students, their teachers who prepared them and their parents deserve Heartily congratulation and appreciations. These competitions are very helpful to enhance and highlight creative skills of students.
Such healthy competitions are good examples of how worldwide competition can make life easier and pleasant.
Report By Miss Asma Khalid (Section Head Middle)