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Childrens Day celebrated at Tangla

Students of Arunodoi Academy Tangla marching towards Tangla 30 bedded hospital for distribution of sweets among patients on the occasion of Childrens' Day

The teachers and students of Tangla celebrated the Childrens’ day marking the birth anniversary of Jawaharlal Nehru on Tuesday. Pomp and gaiety gripped the Don Bosco where the celebration began with a welcome song by the teachers. In his welcome speech Fr. Ranjit Xalxo said that childrens are the nation builders, they are strength of the society .This was followed by a colorful cultural function by the students. Father Marcus Lakra also attended the ceremony to much delight of the students and teachers.The students and teachers of Arunodoi Academy,Tangla also celebrated Childrens' Day where the students and teachers took out a rally on Tangla town on the occasion. They further visited patients of Tangla 30 bedded hospital, distributed sweets and fruits among them.

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