Wah cantt - The second Board of Governors of Sir Syed Education Foundation of Pakistan stressed the need for revival of the ideology of greatest Muslim reformer and statesman of the 19th Century, Sir Syed Ahmed Khan.           

The Board of Governors session which was held here was presided over by Dr Sarfaraz Khan, Patron area study centre University of Peshawar and attended by Tahir Durrani, President Sir Syed Education Foundation. It was attended by Qazi Zahoor Ul Haq Chief education officer district Rawalpindi, Raja Ghias Ud Din Balbun former director General Election commission of Pakistan, Dr Riffat Aziz, member district council Peshawar, Professor Zia Ul Mustafa Urdu department Cadet College Hassanabdal, Nadia Saeed English department University of Wah and Abrar Ahmed Khan divisional president All Pakistan Private Schools Management Association (APPSMA).

The speakers said it is time that the youth is prepared to meet challenges in the field of science and technology to meet the global changes. The speakers praised the achievements of Sir Syed Ahmed Khan such as the establishment of Anglo- Muhammadan School. Sir Syed validated the importance of scientific and English education besides a religious one for Muslims which gave birth to new generation of Muslims intellectuals in India.

They emphasized the importance of safeguarding cultural values, while also equipping the youth with modern education to enable them to meet challenges at educational, ideological, and social front.

The six campuses of Sir Syed foundation are imparting education to the students in a bid to revive the ideology of Sir Syed.