GCU holds debating contest on fighting corruption


LAHORE: The Government College University Lahore Debating Society has organized a declamation contest on the theme of fighting corruption of the request of National Accountability Bureau. GCU Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr. Asghar Zaidi chaired the contest and awarded shields and certificates to winners.

In Urdu speech Awais Shah won the first prize, while Abdur Rehman and Rizwan Cheema was adjudicated second and third. In English category Daud Kharral, Esa Qamar and Jazib ud Din secured the first, second and third positions, respectively.

Speaking on the occasion, Vice Chancellor Prof. Asghar Zaidi said: we can’t fight corruption until we emphasize on morals, values, ethics, and character education of our people. He laid stress that such teaching, learning and pedagogical techniques should be proposed that foster morals, values and ethics in students minds and develop various skills and attributes necessary to become good human being.

Umar Khan, Abdullah Mohsin and Zohaib Alam adjudicated the competition.


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