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Karachi - January 7, 2017: 

The first Parents day of Cadet College Ormara was held today. Chief Minister Balochistan Nawab Sanaullah Zehri was the Chief Guest on the occasion. Various performances of Cadets on traditional military band added colour to the ceremony and received standing ovation from the audience.

While addressing the ceremony, the Chief Minister congratulated the Principal and Pakistan Navy for establishing Cadet College at Ormara and highlighted that besides its commitment of safeguarding the sea frontier of the motherland, PN has always remained proactive in welfare oriented projects. He added that, from providing hospitals and medical facilities in Balochistan to provisioning of quality education through a network of schools and colleges stretching along the coastal belt of Makran, PN has dedicated itself for the service of the countrymen. He further highlighted that in the wake of CPEC the importance of college in this area has increased manifolds and he can foresee the college converting into a centre of educational excellence on national level, the credit goes to the parents for reposing confidence in CCO and trusting them to shape the future of their children.

Earlier in his address, the Principal Cadet College Ormara Commodore Masood Ul Hasan thanked the Chief Minister and the parents for coming long way and gracing the occasion. He highlighted that the college produced 100% result in the board exams held under Federal Board and the college has also earned laurels in various extra and co- curricular activities.

The event was followed by cadets PT, gymnastic, martial arts, rifle drill and science exhibition. The hallmark of the event was the unique way of welcoming the guests through traditional naval semaphore flag signaling.

The event was attended by a large number of government officials, service and personnel parents.


Cadets performing PT drills at the first parents day ceremony of Cadet College Ormara

Chief Minister Balochistan Nawab Sanaullah Zehri awarding trophy to the cadets of Cadet College Ormara

Chief Minister Balochistan Nawab Sanaullah Zehri reviewing cadet's guard at the first parents day ceremony of Cadet College Ormara

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