World Book Day observed at GVEI

Mukaram from Kashmir Harvard School bagged the Frist prize in the debate competition while as Mallison School’s Zainab and Burnhall school’s Kumail Muzaffar bagged second and third prize respectively.

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Srinagar, Publish Date: Apr 24 2018 1:38AM | Updated Date: Apr 24 2018 1:38AM
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Commemorating the World Book Day, an inter-school debate was organized at Green Valley Educational Institute (GVEI) today at the institute.

Much to the appreciation by students across schools of Kashmir, a debate on the topic, “Have e-books outdated the conventional reading?” was organized at GVEI on Monday. Many leading schools participated in the competition, presenting their views over the significance of the printed word in contemporary world.

Mukaram from Kashmir Harvard School bagged the Frist prize in the debate competition while as Mallison School’s Zainab and Burnhall school’s Kumail Muzaffar bagged second and third prize respectively.

Chairman GVEI Muhammad Yousuf Wani said that events like that was organized help in giving students an opportunity to explore ideas, and critically analyze them. “We want our students to think, think rationally and then be able to express their views, with confidence and clarity,” he said. Tariq Bhat, CEO Associated Media, and Aasif Sultan, Assistant Editor Kashmir Narrator, were also present at the event. GVEI students exhibited their photographs and Artworks at the event.

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