PESHAWAR – Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) confirmed that the second batch of APS Peshawar student left for China last night for a study tour, PakistanTribe reported.
The students were sent to China for ten days visit where they will have study sessions and visit to major cities of China including Beijing, Shenzhen, Gongzhour and Hongkong and other historical sites.
Before their departure to China on Thursday, the Chinese Embassy in Islamabad had arranged a reception for the students, their parents and teachers.
First batch of students had left to China on the start of February. Government had decided to send position holder students of Army Public School Peshawar to China. It was also confirmed by officials that students may take their one family member with them.
The policy was announced to boost the morale of students.
In first phase ten students from grade 8 to grade 12 were selected who had now came back after the visit.
Further government will also facilitate the parents of injured students with ‘Umerah’. The dates of their journey have not yet been announced by government but an official told that the parents will soon receive Umera Tickets.
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