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Sister Margaret school turn 21 year in education services

The Sister Margaret Nobel School, Kokrajhar turned 21 years on Monday in it's educational services in greater Kokrajhar region. The school observed it's foundation day on Monday with daylong programme scheduled in Kokrajhar.

The school, which is private manage English medium school in Kokrajhar, was founded in 1995 and since then giving educational services among society in the region. The school has been run by Sister Margaret Education Trust, organized the foundation day with befitting manner. Nur Islam Paramanik, District Programme Manager of MISE, SSA, Kokrajhar graced as chief guest on the occasion. Paramanik said that the school is running well educational services in the region because huge students are getting higher education in this school. He has urged parents of children to be dedicated while reaching quality education.

P Dasgupta, principal of the school min his welcome address highlighted the quality education as well giving emphasizes of human resource development among society said that his school is giving good quality of education through involving qualified and learned teachers in the school. He has appealed parent and guardian of the students to be conscious while guarding their generations. He said that good educational situation bringing is the prime vision of the school.

Kalyan Gupta, trustee of the school, H Narzary, vice president, Kokrajhar Press Club were prominent attendees on the occasion. Students of the school showcase beautiful dance programme, which attracted participated parent and students.

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