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Banmukh Jakhini Primary School Celebrates 104th Anniversary

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HT Correspondent

SIVASAGAR, March 23: The two-day 140th anniversary celebrations of the Banmukh Jakhini Primary School concluded on Saturday.

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An open meeting was held, which was presided over by Sonit Kumar Gogoi. School inspector of Sivasagar, Promod Gogoi lauded the people of the locality in supporting the school for their children. He said that our children in government run schools are fortunate to have well trained and talented teachers now and majority of the schools have shown better results.

Samsul Barik, a writer said that the schools need a collective leadership to inspire the children.

Prasanta Kumar Chutia , vice president of the Jila Sahitya Sabha said that the National Education Policy is the result of consistent research to prepare our children for the  future challenges.

‘Dilihi’, the souvenir was released by noted poet Punjan Baruah. A collection of poems written by Urmila Gogoi Tamuly was released by Khadyot Gogoi, superintending engineer of the Guwahati water supply department.

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The meeting felicitated social worker Dinanath Gohain, headmistress of the Subasani High School, Binu Gohain, secretary of the Sivasagar Subdivision Primary School Teachers Association, Arun Kalita, senior journalist Bhoirab Munda, Rajani Panging, Sunit Kumar Gogoi, principal of the Banmukh HS School Punyawati Taye, retired teacher Biren Gogoi, Manoj Kr Gogoi, Arun Sarma and Nirupoma Chetia. Bibhuti Kumar Chetia , executive president of the celebration committee spoke on the objectives of the meeting and recollected the sacrifices of the founder teachers of the school.

Sushen Gogoi and his wife Mina Gogoi also donated Rs 50,000 to the Jukta Gogoi Memorial Fund in memory of their daughter. The couple handed the amount to the school authorities.

A cultural procession was also taken out besides organising a Rangmela and a Bhortaal Nritya on the first dayof the celebrations on Friday.

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