Annual Prize Distribution 2016
The Annual Prize Distribution Functions of the Shalimar, Daroghawala and Alhamra Town Campuses were held at the Alhamra Arts Council Hall II on 26th and 27th Aug, 2016. Prof. Dr. Suhail Aftab Qureshi, Dean of Electrical Engineering Department, UET was the chief guest for the combined Boys’ Branches and O-Level section function on 26th August 2016. Prof. Dr. Asif Ali Qaiser, Chairman of Polymer & Process Engineering Department UET Lahore was the chief guest for the combined Girls’ Branches and Primary ATC function on 27th August 2016. The programme started with a recitation from the Holy Quran followed by an English translation. The Annual School Report was presented by the Director LSS Ms. Kiran Mian. Then the Chief Guest addressed the audience.
The chief guest distributed prizes among the position holders of classes VI – IX students who attained 1st, 2nd and 3rd positions in the LSS school exams. The students of class X (Matric and O-Levels) who stood 1st and 2nd in the BISE and CIE exams respectively received Gold and Silver medals along with cash prizes.
Dr. Hamayun Mian Award was instituted in 2012 and is given in remembrance of the founder of Laurelbank School annually to the students with best all round performance. This year Dr. Hamayun Mian Award carrying a gold medal and a cash prize of Rs. 40,000/- was given to Inza Naeem Gilanee from Girls’ Branch Shalimar Campus I who scored 1053/1100 in the 2015 Matric Exams.
After the prize distribution, top vocalists of Laurelbank Public School (LPS) who participated in the LPS-IDOL 2016 created magic on stage through their melodious voices. Ahmad Saeed LPS-IDOL 2016 from Shalimar Campus I was awarded with a cash prize. Then students of Alhamra Town Campus gave a wonderful performance on thrilling music followed by Daroghawala Campus choir song ‘I have a dream’.The function ended with an exquisite performance by students on regional and national songs with vocals by Ahmad Khubaib and Rukhda Hassan from Shalimar Campus I. The medley was made even more exciting by colourful performance of students dressed in colourful regional dresses that represented and highlighted the diverse culture of Pakistan.