Two students from Lahore and Islamabad won the national round for the German Olympiad in Pakistan. Mohammad Hasan from the Lahore Grammar School Paragon, Lahore, is the winner while Daniyal Afaqi from Roots Millennium Schools, Islamabad, qualified as the first runner-up.
Omer Khan trained Mohammad Hasan at LGS Paragon while Muhammad Arif taught Daniyal Afaqi at Roots Millennium. These two students will represent Pakistan as young ambassadors in the International German Olympiad IDO which will be held in Freiburg, Germany from 15th to 28th July, 2018.
The Goethe-Institut is the Federal Republic of Germany’s cultural institute. It actively promotes study of the German language abroad and encourages international cultural exchange. As part of its efforts at promoting German culture and language, the institute conducts the International German Olympiad IDO every year where students from various countries compete in German language skills.
In Pakistan, this project is coordinated by the PASCH-Goethe Institut with the aim of building a network of over 1500 partner schools worldwide in order to build a family of global German learners in leading schools around the world.
Congratulations Mohammad Hasan and Daniyal and we wish you best of luck for the final!