Commissioner Sahiwal laid foundation stone for Cambridge School Campus
DPS staff will donate their one day salary for the construction of Cambridge School.
Commissioner Sahiwal Division Shoaib Iqbal Syed has laid the foundation stone for the construction of Cambridge School Campus in Divisional Public School Sahiwal.
The total cost of the three-storied building of the school has been estimated at Rs 45 crore, while in the first phase, the first floor will be constructed at a cost of Rs 15 crore, which will have 16 classrooms.
Additional Commissioner Coordination Shafiq Ahmad Dogar, Principal Brigadier (retd) Syed Anwar Al Hasan Kirmani and Board of Trustees members Chaudhry Sultan Mehmood, Professor Qamar ul Zaman Khan, Syed Iftikhar Hussain Shah, Habib Jillani Venus, Dr. Shahzad Tahir Chaudhry were present in the special foundation stone laying ceremony.
Sheikh Basharat Nadeem, Director Development Dr. Saifullah, Director Public Relations Muhammad Aqeel Ashfaq along with Vice Principal Akbar Ali, Section Head Cambridge School Mrs. Momina Azad and faculty members and students also participated.
Speaking on the occasion, Commissioner Shoaib Iqbal Syed described the establishment of Cambridge School as an excellent addition to the promotion of quality education in Sahiwal and said that it would fulfill a long-standing demand of parents.
He appealed to the philanthropists of the city to actively participate in the construction of the campus so that it can be completed on time.
In his welcome address, Principal Brigadier (Rtd) Syed Anwar Al Hasan Kirmani said that all the development in DPS is done with the funds of the school.
He said that all the staff will donate their one day salary for the construction of Cambridge School. He further informed that the covered area of the three storied school will be 80709 square feet in which 48 classrooms and other educational facilities will be provided.
In the first phase, 16 classrooms will be constructed in 31 thousand square feet and will be completed in a period of two years.