Visually challenged students celebrated Children’s Day

Aligarh: Young visually challenged students at the Aligarh Muslim University enthusiastically participated in various sports and cultural events and paid rich tributes to the first Prime Minister of India, Jawaharlal Nehru on Children's Day.

The Ahmadi School for the Visually Challenged held sports and cultural activities like tug of war, sack race, lemon race, frog race, balloon race, and cultural events like Antakshri and extempore speech to mark the occasion, said Dr. Naila Rashid, Principal of the school.

She said that a visit to the Gulistan-e-Syed was also held for the children.

At Abdullah School, Children's Day was observed by organizing the Annual Sports Meet from November 12-14.

In 50 meter race in the boys’ category, Abdullah Shakir of Red House secured the first position, Mohd Zayan Haider of Green House got second and Mohd Ayan of Yellow House got the third position.

In the girls’ category, Wajiha Hilal of Blue House secured the first position, Zikra of Yellow House secured second and Faiza Fatima secured the third position.

The Red House bagged the maximum points in the point table and was declared the overall champion of the sports meet.

Umra Zaheer gave the trophy of the overall championship to the Red House and also distributed certificates to the position holders.

In her address, she said that sports and games are an integral part of our lives and teach us that winning and losing an event is a part of the competition.

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