Students of Ma’din Public School came together in a spirited celebration of Student Police Cadet (SPC) Day, showcasing their dedication to civic responsibility and community service. The event, organized with precision and passion, highlighted the success of the SPC program in fostering values of social commitment and service-mindedness among the youth.
The Ma’din Public School has been at the forefront of running the Student Police Cadet project, a collaborative initiative between the State Home Ministry and the Education Department. The project aims to shape young individuals into responsible citizens by instilling in them a strong sense of purpose and a commitment to their communities. Under the guidance of dedicated educators and mentors, students have consistently demonstrated their enthusiasm for this program.
The day’s festivities commenced with the hoisting of the national flag by Ma’din Chairman, Sayyid Ibrahiml Khaleel Al Bukhari. In his address to the students, Chairman Al Bukhari emphasized the crucial role that the SPC project plays in molding the youth. He shared his insights through a Facebook post, stating, “One of the main objectives of SPC is to mold youth with civic sense, a sense of purpose, social commitment, and service-mindedness. It has often been felt that the SPC is able to accomplish this goal.”
Chairman Al Bukhari went on to express his satisfaction with the positive changes brought about by the SPC initiative. He noted that the project had significantly impacted the students’ approach to their studies and their SPC responsibilities. He further highlighted the efficiency and dedication with which Ma’din SPC students performed their duties, drawing commendations from various departments.