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NAB Lhr organizes Wall Painting Competition among Universities

Lahore: (November 18, 2019)Targeting ‘’The Impact of Corruption on the Society” National Accountability Bureau (NAB), Lahore’s Awareness and Prevention (A&P) Wing arranges Wall Painting Competition among 5 leading Universities of Lahore territory.  Teams from National College of Arts (NCA), Pakistan Institute of Fashion Designing (PIFD), Punjab University (PU), Punjab Home Economics University and University of Central Punjab (UCP) participated. Director of NAB Lahore A&P Wing graced the competition as Chief Guest.

The judges were professors of participating Universities. The impacts of social ill-doings landing over the society and the Nation were pertinently highlighted by the students in the form of their paintings, whereas, the students also colorfully highlighted the existing flaws in our society and system.

Earlier to this, NAB Lahore has been organizing poster painting competitions, essay writing competitions, declamation contests among students emphasizing ill-effects of corruption onto social norms of general public and its remedy.

While addressing at the occasion, chief guest stated that NAB’s such anti-corruption activities are actually designed to target youth, so, our new generation may start developing hatred against corruption. For the reason, NAB Lahore has established thousands of Character Building Societies (CBS) among School, College and University level students which are providing proper guidance to the students. He further stated that following the directions from Chairman NAB, Justice Javed Iqbal, NAB Lahore has enhanced anti-corruption awareness activities so the odium against corruption and its ill-effects may be cultivate at grass route level.

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