First Ever Graduation Ceremony for the Specially-Abled in Pakistan
CM Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah Endorses the First Graduation Ceremony for the Specially Abled in Pakistan held by KVTC
KVTC achieves another milestone, holds the first graduation ceremony of their specially abled students at Unilever Head Office, Avari Tower, Karachi.
The Chief Minister Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah reached as the chief guest and distributed the medals & certificates to the Differently Abled Graduates of KVTC. CM Sindh congrats the entire team of KVTC and stated that “Govt. of Sindh hereby stands with KVTC to realize their Vision 2030 to enable at least 5000 Differently Abled people of Sindh.”
The event was attended by a number of political and social personalities including Special Assistant to CM Sindh on DEPD Mr. Sadiq Ali Memon, Deputy Commissioner South, Karachi Mr. Irshad Ali Soodhar, Mr. Salman A. Siddiqui from SSGC, Mr. Ahmed Shah, and Mr. Nadeem Khan & Mr. Omer Khan from Brookes Pharma and others were present. Mr. Sadiq Ali Memon ensures his department’s and Sindh government’s full support for the accomplishment of the institute’s future goals.
The guests were welcomed by the members of the Management Committee of KVTC including Principal Ms. Sana Ayaz, Director Rehabilitation Mr. Amir Shahab, and Director Administration Ms. Farheen Amir, Ms. Sabeen Waqar, Family Relations Manager, Mr. Imran Sohail, Curriculum Manager, Ms. Bushra Mir, Creative Consultant, and Ms. Aleena Fatima Exec. Manager HR.
The talented children of KVTC also gave mesmerizing performances which were well received by the guests.
CEO of KVTC Senator Abdul Haseeb Khan and President KVTC Dr. Akhter Aziz along with Vice President Mr. Qaiser Alam, and the general body members of KVTC including Chairman Unilever Mr. Amir Rasool Paracha, and Mr. Khalid Mir, and others were also present to encourage the children who received certificates.
While giving opening speech Vice President KVTC Mr. Qaysar Alam said, “This is the first-ever special needs institute to hold a graduation ceremony for special children in Pakistan.”
Addressing the function, Senator Abdul Haseeb Khan said, “Today is a very important day for our children and for us. Today’s event is the result of the dedication of these children and the hard work of our teachers and trainers. I would like to thank all the friends and well-wishers of KVTC for attending the event and encouraging us.”
CEO Unilever Mr. Amir Paracha urge the corporate sector to step forward to the great cause of KVTC and said, “It was a soulful event that KVTC has successfully organized and I’m glad to be a part of it.”