Al-Huda International School holds Islamic Science Exhibition
Islamabad: Al-Huda International School organised an ‘Islamic Science Exhibition (AIEx)’ here on Wednesday. The theme of the exhibition was ‘Islam Tech’. The main objective of the exhibition was to show the connection of Islamic teachings with the modern day science and technology.
Minister for Defence Production and Science and Technology Rana Tanvir Hussain was the chief guest. Other guests of honour on the occasion were Dr. Samar Mubarakmand, a renowned nuclear scientist, Federal Minister for Planning and Development Ahsan Iqbal, Minister of State for Education, Trainings and Standards in Higher Education Baligh-ur-Rehman and Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Minister for Education Muhammad Atif.
The programme started with recitation of the verses from the Holy Quran.
While visiting the projects and displays of the students, Dr. Samar Mubarakmand appreciated the efforts of the institute for equipping its students with ample knowledge of religion as well as providing them with the opportunity to learn and understand the scientific working of the world around them. He laid a strong emphasis on education.
He appreciated the idea behind the AIEx and remarked that it is a great need of the time. He praised the performance of the young students of Al-Huda International School. He expressed that it was amazing to see the hard work and enthusiasm shown by the teachers.
The school organised the event at a local Marquee which was split into two zones in sync with the theme of the event. The first zone consisted of the projects on agricultural tech, educational tech, aerospace tech, transport tech, health technology, communication technology and a few projects on personal technology by Montessori Section.
The primary section held their projects on transport technology, information technology, geo technology, space science and aerospace.
The Senior Girls Section held their projects on design, technology, educational technology and nanotechnology. The SENIOR BOYS section presented their projects on biotechnology and robotics in Zone-II.
The presentable blend of science, technology and art attracted the attention of a large number of visitors. Students were very well rehearsed in their scientific as well as Islamic knowledge of the projects and experiments. The zeal, energy and enthusiasm of the children were evident.
At the closing ceremony, Rana Tanvir said, “It is indeed an honour to attend such a spectacular event organised by the Al-Huda International School. The vision of the school is to develop the academic skills of children, enhance their natural talents, impart authentic religious education and ensure positive character-building in order to make them responsible Muslims, contributing citizens and respectful human being is itself inspiring.”
The exhibition concluded with the director’s note. He highlighted the essential elements of the AIS mission as being a vital factor in the development of AIS students as responsible Muslims, contributing citizens and respectful human beings. He emphasised on the importance of recognising and respecting our Creator.
He explained that the exclusive features of AIS imparting authentic Islamic education, parents involvement, motivated and dedicated teachers and a progressive environment. Atif Iqbal thanked the chief guest and the distinguished guests for gracing the occasion and encouraging the students.
Source: The news