GoAP committed to transform education sector, says Dr Chai

WAKRO, Sept 29: The state Govt is committed to transform education for which numerous steps have been initiated Agriculture & Horticulture Minister Dr Mohesh Chai said while addressing after conferring Beena Ghose Roy Award for academic excellence ceremony of Anu Shiksha Seva Trust (ASSET) here on Saturday.

Steps to ensure supply of text books to students of all schools on time, process on to recruit adequate subject teachers to address major problem of teachers’ shortage were taken under the guidance of Chief Minister Pema Khandu and Education Minister Honchun Ngandam, he told a huge gathering including educators, GBs, public leaders and HoDs.

An engineering college will start at Tezu soon and the health delivery system including introduction of new schemes to offer solace to those suffering from cancer and other ailments as the GoAP has been working for all round development, he said to the thunderous applause of the gathering.

He gave away the citation and cash award to Luna Mam, daughter of late Manishi and Anaiso Mam, as best APST student performer of Wakro Govt secondary school in last CBSE exams, while Sujan Chai and Patam Rangmang gave away Niti Bhalla Trophy for best Apne All Rounder to Andhiso Rangmang.

They lauded the duo for their good performances and exhorted all to study with sincerity and take part in other learning activities.

Dr Chai also handed over five laptops for Apna Vidya Bhavan computer lab given by Sushil Goenka, Virendra Singh and other donors.

OIL CE Baritlum Ama lauded Dr Chai for his initiatives to promote farmers and developmental issues of the region.

Appreciating ASSET, particularly for arranging best quality machines for rural children with the help of Deepa and Deven Singh,  Goenka assured his support for future endeavours, he school and the minister thanked corporate leaders.

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