Roots Flagship Millennium Campus hosted a Student Council Oath Taking Ceremony in an effort to encourage young individuals to regularise the student body and become responsible citizens. The student council comprising of AS and A Level, International Baccalaureate Development Programme and International General Certificate of Secondary Education vowed under oath that they will be active and responsible members of the student executive council and will abide by the laws made by the college and the managing body to guarantee themselves and the student body a better campus life.Rooms Millennium Education Executive Director Anna Faisal graced the occasion and inducted the school’s head boy Mustafa Omar and head girl Myra Hassan as well as the Executive Council Members of all clubs and societies established within the school system. After administering the oath, Anna Faisal along with the principal Muneeze Muzzafar awarded sashes, badges and certificates to members of the council which were received with immense pride and diligence. Muneeze Muzaffar congratulated and advised the students to work with responsibility and honesty and to uphold these honourable positions with integrity. She described the college elections as a platform for the council to learn how to maintain discipline, interact with their peers and aid their fellow students. She also emphasised on leadership and determination of the youth to make a revolutionary change in Pakistan.Faisal appreciated the dedication of the hard-working staff of the campus and commended the engagement of the students in a variety of clubs and societies such as Environment & World Wide Fund Society, Pakistan Red Crescent Society, 4H Club, United Nations Girl Up, Global Entrepreneurship Club, MIT LaunchX Club, Robotics & Auto Engineering and many more. She emphasised the importance of upholding these official positions and respecting the roles that they have promised. A total of 76 Millennials were sworn in under the oath as part of the student council and promised to strive for the betterment of not only the college but the betterment of the society in general. Published in Daily Times, October 12th 2018.