The Youth Parliament of students at Jammu and Kashmir Sainik School Manasbal Saturday discussed the food security bill that was recently passed by Indian parliament.
Keeping its tradition alive, the youth parliament of the school organized the debate to inculcate the leadership values in the students.
The participants in the discussion spoke on different aspects of the bill. They underlined the need to make it implemented at every level so that a common citizen is benefited at ground level.
In its endeavor to reach its alumni, the school had invited many of them. In fact, Javeed Geelani, IGP Crime who has been a student of Sainik School was chief guest on the occasion.
Others who attended the function held in historic Kotrani Hall were Shahid Mehraj, SP Ganderbal, Dr Nasim who also have studied in the school.
The chief guest in his lecture asked students to work hard to achieve what they want. “It is only the will and hard work of a student that can make him achieve he strives for,” Javeed Geelani said, adding, “Only facilities can’t make gem out of a student.”
In his lecture, the principal of the school Shaikh Gayas Ud Din impressed upon the students to work hard and keep eyes on the role models that school has produced. “The guests that we have invited today are actually role models for our students so it is important for you to keep them before your eyes,” he said while pointing towards students. Lastly, he thanked all who attended the function and assured that such functions would be held in future also.