She said in this connection, like GGHS Yakatoot, scores of event are currently being organized in various schools.
She also lauded the management of GGHS, Yakatoot for decorating and illuminated the class rooms besides the students contributed various drawing work of making national flags, portraits of the national leaders, banners and science equipment for different exhibition inside the school.
Samina Ghani also promised to include GGHS, Yakatoot in the rehabilitation process so that the girls students would get A-class school very soon.
Watpaga, FCW won Table Tennis trophy, followed by Begum Shahabuddin, Netball trophy won by FCW, followed by Bacha Khan Girls College, throw ball won by GGHSS Comprehensive, followed by GGHSS University Town, Handball title won by FCW, followed by Chamkani Girls School, Volleyball trophy lifted by FCW, followed by Civil Quarters School while Badminton won by FCW and Civil Quarters won runners-up trophy.
GGHS Landi Arbab won the trophies of Netball, Rounder, Badminton, while got runnersup trophy in Cricket.
In the Netball GGHSS Landi Griffith got second position, followed by GGHS Gulbahar while GGHSS Matra won Rounder trophy, followed by Landi Arbab and GGHS Tarnab.
In the Table Tennis GGHSS Comprehensive got first position in Doubles and GGHSS Dabgari got runnersup trophy whole GGHS Khyber Colony took third position.
GGHS Mian Gujar claimed the overall trophy of the athletics while Samina Zayarat of the same was declared as best athlete, Amina of Dabgari and Rani of GGHS Civil Quarters claimed second and third position respectively.
In the volleyball GGHS Civil Quarters got first position, followed by Lady Griffith and Chamkani got third position respectively.
Similarly, in the girls debate competition, Shahnaz Bibi of GGMS Kass Dir clinched the first position, Bushra Kifayat of GGHSS Wari secured second while Gulalai Jan of GGHS
Wari grabbed third position at district level.
During a survey, residents including parents of students blamed that due to alleged failure of Works & Services Department about 900 hundred girls students of GGHS
She told during her visit of GGMS Sandrawal, GGPS Ganorai and GGHSS Barawal, GGHS Panakot she found that most the teachers and class IV employees were absent from their duties.