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ANPSA Dimapur concludes Silver Jubilee celebrations

ANI | Updated: Nov 06, 2018 15:15 IST

Dimapur (Nagaland) [India], Nov 6 (ANI): The two-day Silver Jubilee celebrations of the All Nagaland Private School Association (ANPSA) Dimapur unit concluded with much fanfare on November 4 at Holy Cross Higher Secondary School, Dimapur.
On the opening day at the DDSC ground, KT Sukhalu, advisor of School Education, Nagaland and KK Chaudhury, Director, CBSE Regional Office, Guwahati graced the celebration as special guest and guest of honour, respectively.
Speaking at the celebration, Sukhalu congratulated ANPSA Dimapur unit for completing a milestone and also lauded private schools for contributing towards education in the state.
"The work of the private school is appreciable," said Sukhalu while encouraging them to continue with the good work. Compared with other districts, he said private schools in Dimapur were doing much better.
Sukhalu also acknowledged the fact that private schools were doing much better than government schools in the state in terms of enrolment. He also reminded the gathering that educational institutions should not run only for profit making. The institutions have to ensure all round development of the children and make them leaders of the state and country.
While stating that children also needed extra-curricular activities and not only book-based knowledge, he urged school managements to create conducive environments for children to grow.
KK Chaudhury, who also addressed the gathering, said that Nagaland, which possesses a literacy rate of 80.11 per cent, is a big contributor to the literacy rate of India. He also lauded ANPSA Dimapur unit for the work done in 25 years. (ANI)

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