Hifzul Quran competition held at Pakistan School Muscat

Oman Saturday 13/April/2024 19:26 PM
By: Times News Service
Hifzul Quran competition held at Pakistan School Muscat

Muscat: Under the esteemed patronage of Shiekh Ahmed Saud Al Siyabi, General Secretary Grand Mufti’s Office, a distinguished Hifzul Quran competition unfolded, attended by an array of dignitaries and ministry officials from various nations.

Ambassadors from Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Uzbekistan and UK, along with ministry officials and community members, graced the event, held in the presence of Pakistan embassy officials.

The Chairman Pakistan Schools Oman (PSM), Ameer Hamza, warmly welcomed the esteemed guests.

Divided into three categories, Juzz 1 to 5, Juzz 1 to 10, and the entire Quran, the competition garnered widespread attention, with a live broadcast on Facebook.

The esteemed panel of judges meticulously assessed the participants, announcing Muhammad Saad Azam, Muhammad Sodais Khan, and Nasrullah Baig as winners in their respective categories.

The event culminated with the presentation of certificates and shields to the deserving winners.

This remarkable effort has left an indelible mark, serving as a beacon of inspiration within the history of PSM, cherished and lauded by all who witnessed its profound impact.