Students of the Peshawar Public School and College, Warsak Road, Sunday paid a daylong study trip to the historic Islamia College, Peshawar (chartered university) over completion of 100 years of the great seat of learning.
The trip was part of the students’ weeklong campaign to integrate tangible and intangible cultural heritage in the co-curricular activities.
The students visited various parts of the historical building of the Islamia College Peshawar and engaged in different group activities like painting, essay writing and quiz competition and removal of garbage from the main cricket ground of the college.
Senior Warden Prof Naseeruddin arranged the group activities, informing the students of importance of tangible and intangible cultural heritage in our social, cultural and political life.
Students took special interest in the display of chrysanthemum held every year on the premises of the college. Ali Hoti, the sports director and cricket coach of the ICP, apprised the visiting students of the significance of sports along with academics and explained expertise involved in various games, especially cricket.
Source: The News.