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Students left for educational excursion

A total of 10 students (both boy and girls) from remote border areas from Kokrajhar and Chirang district left for New Delhi by down Brahmaputra mail train today for educational excursion under the sponsorship of  16th Battalion(Bn) of SSB based at Ranighuli in Kokrajhar district.

The students comprising of five boys and five firls from different communities and guides from SSB from remote border areas from two district are visiting the historical sites like Lotus temple,Qutub Minar,Jantar Mantar,Lalquila,Parliament House,India gate in New Delhi and Tajmahal in Agra during their week long tour.

 Rabisangkhar Borgoyary,BTC education director flag off the tour in presence of  SSB official and publics at Ranighuli.Borgoyary wished happy and safe tour of the students,expected that tour will encourage students while taking educational knowledge.

Earlier a meeting was organised by SSB officials in connection with excursion tour and shared objective and aims of the excursion organised by SSB to bring awareness about building educational knowledge and integrated feeling among student as well society.

AKC Singh,Commanding Officer(CO) of 16th Bn SSB told that the SSB battalion has been organising the educational excursion for remote border area students to bring educational atmosphere in the society.He said that they will visit the historical sites and educational institution during their week long tour in the national capital New Delhi and Agra.He also said that the students will be benefited for acquiring of knowledge in their life about building higher studies.

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Reporting from Kokrajhar

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