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Zahira College felicitates outstanding teachers

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Text and pix by Ruzaik Farook 

The Parents-Teachers Association of Zahira College Colombo in collaboration with Hameed Sadik Foundation felicitated teachers of the GCE Ordinary Level Section for their services and immense contribution they made to enhance the pass rate of students who sat for the GCE (O/L) Examination 2018 at the College Ghaffoor Hall recently. 

Principal of the College and President of the Parents-Teachers Association Trizviiy Marikkar delivered the welcome address and thanked the teachers and sectional heads for their contribution and efforts. Teachers of the Sinhala, Tamil and English Section presented in various entertainments at this event. Vice Principal of the Sinhala Senior Section Fazlin Firdhouse received a special overseas tour package for The Outstanding Leadership Award 2018. 

Chairman of the Board of Governors Fouzul Hameed, Secretary Alavi Mukthar, Deputy Principals Ananda Ponnemperuma, Razeen Assen, Vice Principals M.T.A. Rauff, HIjazee Mohideen, Secretary of the PTA Niyas Fareed, Members of the Hameed Sadik Foundation Hameed Sadik, Dr. Irshad Jabir, Rumy Fuhad and members of the Board of Governors and Parents-Teachers Association were also present. 

The Principal presented a token of appreciation to Hameed Sadik of the Hameed Sadik Foundation for their sponsorship of the event and Project Chairman Fazli Lahir delivered the vote of thanks.


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