ISLAMABAD: The National University of Modern Languages (NUML) has won the Change Making Competition jointly organized by the British Council, Yes Network and NUML.
A certificate and award distribution ceremony was held here at NUML in this regard here on Tuesday, said a press release.
NUML Director General Brig Mohammad Ibrahim was the chief guest of the ceremony while Director Education British Council Ms. Nishat Riaz, CEO Yes Network Mr. Ali Raza Khan, CEO Blue Synq and member selection board Change Making program Atif Mustafa, NUML Registrar, ORIC Director, heads of departments and students attended the ceremony.
Speaking on the occasion, Brig Mohammad Ibrahim said it was a great initiative to engage youth, specially the students, to play their positive role in national uplift. Such steps and initiatives would definitely help take the country in the right direction, he added.
Brig Ibrahim said NUML always welcomed new initiatives and supported every step which could be beneficial for the students.
He thanked the guests and partner organizations in that regard.
Earlier, Yes Network and British Council representative briefed the participants about the programme.
It may be mentioned that the programme supports and assists the students to start businesses.
NUML Quetta Campus student Shamoon Masih won the first prize of Rs100,000.