School Debates 2015

Human Rights Commission of Pakistan

Introduction

This year HRCP head office decided to organize High School level Debates in 10 Districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in the name of School Debates 2015.

Government Centennial Model Girls High School, District Mardan was the third school among the 10.

According to rules and regulation only 8th, 9th and 10th class students can take part in the competition and the language will be Urdu.

Topics for the debates were

  • Is free access to healthcare possible in Pakistan?
  • Women have no right to equality in education
  • Students should not be consulted on matters that concern them.

 

Main objectives of the Debates

  • To promote quality education
  • To promote Human Rights
  • To use schools to mobilize community

Mardan Girls School Debate Report

School Debates 2015

Venue: Government Centennial Model Girls High School Mardan

(15th October 2015)

Proceedings of School Debate

HRCP Peshawar office organized a School Debate competition in Government Centennial Model Girls High School, District Mardan, on 15th October 2015. It was Higher School with strength of 1100 hundred students.

Miss Shaukat was the focal person from the school administration, she was acting Headmistress.

Government Centennial Model Girls High School, District Mardan, administration chose “Is free access to healthcare possible in Pakistan?” for their debate competition.

Eesha (8th Class), Somya (10th Class), Ummama (8th Class), Aqsa (10th Class), Sawera (10th Class) and Nadia (10th Class) had expressed their views in the favor of the topic as Uroj (10th Class), Ania (8th Class), Hifsa (10th Class), Jaweria (8th Class) and Ambar (10th Class) talked against the topic.

Before starting the activity HRCP Peshawar office staff and administration of the School, appointed 4 judges to observe the competition and compile the result neutrally.

Miss Nusrat Shaheen and Miss Sadia Durrani were appointed from the school staff and Miss Huma Himayat Mayar and Mr.Shahid Ullah Jan was appointed from the HRCP side.

The debate was started with a welcome address by school students, Headmistress and staff was present in the hall.

After welcome address, Shahid Ullah Jan (HRCP) presented a short introduction of Human Rights Commission of Pakistan and also the objectives of School Debates 2015, project.

About 150 students attended this competition with full energy and with complete attention.

Student motivated their class mates with clapping. Some National Songs was also presented by students.

After the completion of the competition the judges compiled the result, the result was announced by Miss Shaukat.

According to the judges Uroj (10th Class) got first position in competition, Ummama (8th Class) second position and Nadia Yousuf (10th Class) third position.

Miss Shaukat motivated the rest of the students for better performance in the future. Miss Nazia Shah, Miss Shaukat and Miss Huma awarded the cash prizes with an appreciation certificate to first three position holders and the rest of the students got an appreciation certificates at the end of the competition.

Uroj (10th Class) First Position

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Nadia Yousuf (10th Class) Third Position

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Proceedings of School Debate

HRCP Peshawar office organized a School Debate competition in Government Boys High School No: 1, Abbottabad. It was High School with strength of 1200 hundred students.

Mr. Saeed Khan had organized and helped HRCP to conduct this competition; he is also Vice Principal of the school.

Government Boys High School No: 1, Abbottabad chose “Is free access to healthcare possible in Pakistan?” for their debate competition.

Muhammad Yasir (9th Class), Kamran Sadiq (10th Class), Tayyab Razzaq (10th Class), Nasrullah (10th Class) and Hammad ur Rehman (9th Class) had expressed their views in the favor of the topic as Akasha Muhsin (9th Class), Umar Abid (9th Class), Talha Aziz (8th Class), Taimour Abbasi (8th Class) and Ahsan Younas (10th Class) talked against the topic.

Before starting the activity HRCP Peshawar office staff and administration of the School appointed 4 judges with a consensus to observe the competition and compile the result neutrally.

Mr.Naeem Khan (Teacher) and Mr.Amerzeb Khan (Teacher) were appointed from the school staff and Mr.Tariq Khan Jadoon (K2 TV, Buru Chief) and Mr.Hamad Zafar were appointed from the HRCP side.

Mr. Saeed Khan started the activity and introduced HRCP staff with the students and staff, Mr. Abdul Aziz (Principal) also show appreciation to HRCP for organizing a healthy activity in their school, other staff member were also present in the hall.

After short the welcome address, Shahid Ullah Jan (HRCP) presented a short introduction of Human Rights Commission of Pakistan and also the objectives of School Debates 2015, project with thanking the Principal and other staff members who helped HRCP in arrangements.

More than 150 students attended this competition with motivating their class fellows with clapping and showing their interest in the competition.

The result was announced by Mr.Saeed Khan after the judge’s result.

According to the judges Kamran Sadiq (10th Class) got first position in competition, Taimour Abbasi (8th Class) second position and Umar Abid (9th Class) got third position.

Mr.Saeed Khan and Shahid Ullah Jan (HRCP) awarded the cash prizes with an appreciation certificate and the rest of the students got an appreciation certificates at the end of the competition.

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Nowshera Boys School Debate Report

School Debates 2015

Venue: Cenna Public School for Boys, Pabbi,

District Nowhsera

(30th October 2015)

Proceedings of School Debate

HRCP Peshawar office organized a School Debate competition in Cenna Public School for Boys, Pabbi, District Nowhsera. It was High School with strength of 2000 thousand students.

Mr. Ghulam Ali Cenna (Principal) took keen interest to organize and helped HRCP to conduct this competition.

Cenna Public School for Boys chose “Women have no right to equality in education” for their debate competition.

Muhammad Fayaz (10th Class), Najeeb Ahmad Ayaz (10th Class), Noor Ullah (10th Class), Huzaifa Khattak (10th Class) and Muhammad Bilal (9th Class) had expressed their views in the favor of the topic as Muhammad Aziz (10th Class), Huzaifa (10th Class), Salman Khattak (10th Class), Ghayur ud Din Khattak (10th Class) and Saeed Khan (10th Class) talked against the topic.

Before starting the activity HRCP Peshawar office staff and administration of the School appointed 4 judges with a consensus to observe the competition and compile the result neutrally.

Mr. Atta Ullah and Mr. Muhammad Basher were appointed from the school staff and Mr.Shahid Ullah Jan (HRCP) and Mr.Zaheen Ullah were appointed from the HRCP side.

Mr. Jamshed Khan started the activity and introduced HRCP staff with the students and staff, Mr.Ghulam Ali Cenna (Principal) in his welcome remarks appreciated HRCP for organizing a healthy activity in their school.

After this short welcome address, Shahid Ullah Jan (HRCP) presented an introduction of Human Rights Commission of Pakistan and also the objectives of School Debates 2015, project with thanking the Principal and other staff members who helped HRCP in arrangements.

About 200 students attended this competition with motivating their class fellows with clapping and showing their interest in the competition.

The competition was finished in a very healthy environment and the student delivered their views with full energy.

The result was announced by Mr.Ghulam Ali Cenna after the judge’s result.

According to the judges result Muhammad Aziz (10th Class) got first position in competition, Noor Ullah (10th Class) second position and Muhammad Huzaifa (10th Class) got third position.

Mr.Ghulam Ali Cenna awarded the cash prizes with an appreciation certificate and the rest of the students got an appreciation certificates at the end of the competition.

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