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BMES silver jubilee concludes

The two-day long silver jubilee celebration of Bessie Memorial English School (BMES) of Kokrajhar came to an end on Monday.

According to the schedule, the programme started around 7.30 AM with the hoisting of jubilee flag by former principal of the school, Simson Moshahary. The inaugural lamp of the programme was lighted by Rev. N. Borgoyary.

A mouthpiece titled ‘Profile’ was released on the occasion by Sailendra Basumatary after which the principal of the school Rev. Gilbert Borgoyary delivered the welcome speech.

While addressing the gathering, Rev. N Borgoyary urged the students to work hard to succeed in their lives. He further cautioned them not to be greedy and selfish.

“The students must work hard if they want to succeed in their lives. There is no alternative to hard labour. Our society does not need those successful persons who are selfish and greedy and does not think and work for the betterment of the society”, Borgoyary said.

He also asked the parents and guardians to keep a watch on their children and to work hard along with them.

Kananbala Basumatary, adviser ABWWF and Gopinath Borgoyary, head master, Simborgaon High School were among the prominent attendees in the meeting.

Later in the evening a cultural cum entertainment programme was organized where the students, parents and alumni participated enthusiastically.

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