Annual Day at Ghulam Ahmed College of Education
Khan Lateef MdKhan, Chairman, Sultan ul uloom Education Society, was the presiding dignitary Zafer Javeed, Hon Secretary, Sultan ul Uloom Education Society, also graced the function Speaking on the occasion, he said that since 34 years the college has been producing quality teachers and shall continue to do so in future also
Hyderabad: Annual Day was celebrated in the college on Monday. M.Jagdeeshwar, Principal Secretary to Govt, Women, Children, Disabled And Senior Citizens Dept, Telangana State, was the Chief Guest. Speaking on the occasion he said : “Teaching is a noble profession and through it one can mould the future citizens of the country. Though it may not be as paying as a job in MNC, it gives immense satisfaction to the person”. He congratulated the students for choosing teaching as a profession.
Khan Lateef Md.Khan, Chairman, Sultan ul uloom Education Society, was the presiding dignitary. Zafer Javeed, Hon. Secretary, Sultan ul Uloom Education Society, also graced the function. Speaking on the occasion, he said that since 34 years the college has been producing quality teachers and shall continue to do so in future also.
All the colleges in the campus are doing exceptionally well under the dynamic leadership of Mr.Khan Lateef Md. Khan. Md.Waliullah, vice Chairman,Sultan ul uloom Education Society also graced the occasion. SA Wahab, Chairman Governing council of the college, Aamer Javeed, member of the SUES was present on the occasion.
The college students show cased a Community Welfare Program, “Lakshya- Living Life for others” which they are going to start from Friday. Prof.Vibha Asthana, GACE Principal, presented the annual report while Prof. N Saroja presented the vote of thanks.
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