SM Fasiullah for BeyondHeadlines
Hyderabad’s Insight International School has bagged three prestigious awards, International School Award by British Council, School Brilliance Award by Bangalore-based IBCI, and Eduranet Intellectual Olympiad.
A graduation and awards celebration ceremony was organized at Hotel NKM Grand in Banjara Hills, Hyderabad on April 18 to felicitate students who secured state ranks in the Eduranet competition.
In Eduranet 9th Intellectual Olympiad 2013-14, Insighters secured state ranks in categories such as Advanced Mathematics Skills, and Science and Research Skills. They bagged two Gold, three Silver and two Bronze awards in the competition.
Fourth class student Abdul Rahman and fifth class student Sidhrah Quadri Syeda won gold medals, while Afifa Hasnath of sixth standard, Syed Raaid Azzam Husaini of third standard and MD Abdul Qayyum of fifth standard won silver medals.
Speaking at the event as chief guest, Mir Ayub Ali Khan, Editor – Special Affairs, Times of India, congratulated all students and the staff members for their hard work and achievements.
Mr. Khan said: “Education is aimed at making us better human being and also a good Muslim. Education is also aimed at giving us relevant skills which are required for a gainful living.”
He remarked about two noted personalities of the Muslim community – Shah Faisal Award winning economist Nejatullah Siddiqui, and Mr. Zainul Abedeen. Mr. Siddiqui studied in madrasa and also at university level, hence a good inspiration for students, he said.
Insight International School principal Syeda Khadeja expressed joy at the achievements of her school and students. She said it reflects hard work of both the students and staff members.
“In Insight, we try to nurture curiosity among students. We are following a task-oriented curriculum for the benefit of the students. And we are evolving into a learning oriented school,” she added.