Cadet College Warsak holds parents day
PESHAWAR: Cadet College Warsak hosted its 8th annual parents’ day marked by a blend of simplicity and grandeur.
Major General Noor Wali Khan, Inspector General Frontier Corps North, was chief guest. The event witnessed a meticulous parade inspection by the chief guest, who bestowed medals, shields and the coveted sword of honour upon outstanding cadets excelling in academics and sports.
The Cadet College Warsak ceremony showcased a splendid march past by the cadets who saluted the chief guest. Adding a dynamic touch to the celebration, the cadets exhibited remarkable gymnastics and athletic prowess, earning enthusiastic applause from the captivated audience.
Addressing the gathering, General Khan commended Cadet College Warsak for its commitment to providing modern education. He acknowledged the institution’s role in maintaining high academic standards, placing it on par with other esteemed educational entities in Pakistan.
He also credited the success to the dedicated management and faculty of Cadet College Warsak. The event drew attendees from various sectors, including parents of cadets, civil and military officials, and a diverse cross-section of the community.
Established in 2009, Cadet College Warsak has become a beacon of quality education, currently hosting 650 students from across Pakistan, including tribal districts of KP.