ISLAMABAD: Raziuddin Shaikh All-Pakistan Senior Debating Championship 2021 has commenced in Islamabad.

The five-day debating competition started on Friday and will continue till Nov 30, with 64 teams comprising over 500 talented students from the most prestigious institutions from across the country taking part.

The contesting teams include those from Karachi Grammar School, Aitchison College, Lahore Grammar School (LGS), Froebels International School and Learning Alliance and City School.

“We are pleased to host the event as this is the first time such a contest is taking place in the capital. Besides, events of such magnitude nurture talent, showcase the potential of young minds and allow them to express their individual opinions, Raza Hasnain from City School, which has organised the event, said.

Published in Dawn, November 29th, 2021

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