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HSLC toppers of RAMES,Udalguri felicitated

“High school leaving Cerificate Examination is no doubt a turning point to a student to decide his future career. If a student inculcates self confidence in him or her, his confidence would be rewarded in the long run.” This was said by Thaneswar Malakar, deputy commissioner of Udalguri district on June 2 last at a felicitation programme arranged by the Udalguri town based private school Ramswaroop Agarwalla Memorial school on the occasion of felicitation to the outgoing successful HSLC candidates who brought glory to the school with 13th rank an star marks along with seven other first divisioners.

Addressing the students and guardians and teachers of the school, the deputy commissioner, who himself is an acclaimed author of a good number of books in Assamese observed that the teachers and parents are those gentle souls in the world who feel ‘real happiness’ when his or her students get high rank in the examinations. He also advised the students to follow the ideal shown by Priya Dutta, the 13th rank holder from the school in the recently declared HSLC examination.

The meeting on the occasion was also addressed by Rihon Daimari, former PHE minister and present MLA of Udalguri LAC, M Banu, inspector of schools of Udalguri district circle, PK Daimari, MCLA of BTC assembly, Sukumar Dutta, vice principal of Udalguri College and Jayanta Kuamr Das, District coordinator NCSC, Udalguri among many others.

The felicitation program chaired by Ramnivash Agarwalla, president of the school was anchored by Khargeswar Boro, vice principal of the school where Priya Dutta and Kriti Chetry, the students with outstanding result from the school also shared their experiences.

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