Islamia College conducts trekking for girls

By: KSW Staff

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Islamia College conducts trekking for girls.Pic KSW

In order to inculcate the spirit of adventurism, love of nature and sense of empowerment among the female students of the college the department of physical education of the Islamia College of science and Commerce organised one day trekking program, a first of its kind for its female students.


Islamia College conducts trekking for girls.Pic KSW

Trekking was organized on July 15 to Domail in Naranag area of Kangan. Prof. Shiekh Aijaz Bashir the Principal of the college flagged off the trekking party of 18 female students and 7 staff members under the supervision of Dr. Altaf ur Rehman, Director Physical Education of the college at 7:30 am in the morning from the college main gate.

The trekking party started the forest trekking from historically important place of Naranag at 10:00 am towards Domail.


Islamia College conducts trekking for girls.Pic KSW

The party traversing through the lush green forsts of the area along the gushing stream emanating from famous Gangbal, Nundkul and Sarnai lakes reached Domail at 12:30 pm. The trip coordinator Prof. Nasreen Chesti and other accompanying teachers threw light on the importance of adventure sports and preservance of natural resources at the destination.


Islamia College conducts trekking for girls.Pic KSW

The students were involved in clearing the area from the trash found in and around the area and from the return route to Naranag. At Naranag the the accompanying teachers spoke about the history of this place as well. Interested  students took pictures from different  angles at Domail and enroute. The trekking party reached back Naranag at about 4:00 pm and reported back in the college campus at 6:00 pm safe and sound. The college will organise such adventure related activities both for boys and girl students in future as well, said the sports incharge of the college.

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