The Power to Debate

What do you think?
Should smart phones be banned in the age bracket 1 – 18 years? Yes or No?
Why do you think so?
Who will agree with you?
Why will someone get convinced?
How will you prove your points?
What concrete sources will give you proof and evidence to have a healthy argument?
How will you manage your time in the most effective manner to convey your claim?
Taking care of manners and etiquette of speech, how will you convince your opponent that he or she
has lesser valid points than yours to win the debate?
Respecting your opponents opinion and then putting yours… Truly! Debate is an art of speech and
articulation with research and evidence. “Freedom is hammered out on the anvil of discussion, dissent,
and debate.”
We saw advocates in Class 7 of BHS when they nailed-it with their debate with their fellow classmates
team. Both the teams were extraordinary and their declamation and vocalization rocked the forum.
Since a couple of weeks they were studying Media Presentation Techniques and now it was time to
show case it. When the sun of 29th October 2021 rose, the students of Class 7 shone reflecting the
sunlight. They were as bright as light. Under the captaincy of their classmates Hamza Sh. Huzefa and
Khozema Sh. Taizoon, 30 classmates were off to the battle field with the power of preparation and
With smartness, confidence, motivation, vocalization, research work and leadership skills they proved
their points. Khuzema Sh. Taizoon’s team emerged victorious as they were able to prove that banning
smart phones is not the answer.
The teams were honoured by certificates of victory and appreciated for their immense participation.
We, thank their parents, too for all the support they provide to our teacher to groom their children and
co-operate with our children with love and respect. Each child is a winner and may victory follow them.


A Day Filled with Urdu Poetry

When the hearts beat; words wrap themselves in poetry and the Mehfil is decorated with the decorum of artistic articulation and literacy lovers. Tasneem Adnan

The dawn of 6th March 2021, greeted the theatre area of BHS with warm wishes of Aqa Syedna Mohammad Burhanuddin’s R.A birthday celebration in an exotic Mehfil-e-Mushaera in which the teachers, in four teams i.e. Almas, Aqeeq, Yaqoot and Marjaan, fought with the flawless floral aroma and shone like precious stones, they were named after, rendering the Ishq-e-Haqeeqi and Ishq-e-Mijaazi, in the exuberant aura.
By one of the finest faculty of teachers collaborating from all the different departments be it Urdu, Science, English, Math, Sociology or IT; to win the evergreen articulations of the authors of Urdu Adab, was the most breathtaking sight and “Wah moment” for the students to witness.
The healthy competition, consisting of three levels, provoked the hidden Iqbal, Ghalib, Meer Taqi Meer, Rumi, Dard and numerous Shoaraa (poets) in all the teachers.
The esteemed judges Mohtarma Habiba and Mohtarma Farida Saylani took time to choose the best, meanwhile, Shiekh Zoeb Mulla Taherali Mithaiwalla, a well-wisher of the blossoming buds in the garden of BHS, captured the aura with the soothing “Manqabat-e-Mohammad-o-Ali A.S” and an intense “Naseehat – Yeh kaam zaroori hai, yeh kaam karengay!”
The legacy of Class X, which is to arrange the delicacy on the auspicious day every year, was like the cherry on the cake in the event Mehfil-e-Mushaera, hosted by the Urdu Department at the BHS, with the encouragement of the esteemed Principal Janab Sh. Hashim Saifuddin and the Head of Secondary Miss Maryam J. K

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