Commonwealth games News Update: Pakistani Student Ranyia Hussein from Lahore college of Arts and sciences Lahore wins Commonwealth Essay writing Competition 2016, news update dated 12 September 2016 Friday. Rania Hussain makes Pakistan Proud to win this competition. Raniya Hussain is only fifteen years old from Lahore make this history. All teachers’ association congratulations for Raniya Husain for this history, 3500 senior entries from commonwealth games select her for winner of Essay Writing Competition.
Raniya attributes her success to their parents and teachers of LCAS Lahore. The judgement panel said for our beloved sister:
“The judges applauded this courageous, sensitive and powerful story which has as its focus the complex spirit of Pakistan.” Raniya said: “When I found out about my success I was numb with shock, and then the elation set in.”
Youth Voices on Finding Solutions to the Education Crisis
A Global Action Week (GAW) 2015 Initiative for Education Youth Ambassadors
An essay competition for the Education Youth Ambassadors (EYAs) was held on the occasion of the Global Action Week 2015. The ambassadors had to write an essay of 700 – 1000 words on one of the following topics:
1. What can help Pakistan accelerate current education trends for quality, access and gender equity from pre primary to secondary education (info on PSLM and ASER 2012-13-14)? Build your arguments based on evidence, experience and research.
2. What is the role of education innovations in accelerating education trends for quality, access and gender equity from pre primary to secondary education (info on PSLM and ASER 2012-13-14)? Give specific examples and case studies.
The following essays were submitted by our ambassadors for the Essay competition:
* EYA’s more essays are coming soon