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Field day for Jatiya Vidyalaya

The students of Rampur Salapathar Abdus Sattar Jatiya Vidyalaya in the Nagaon district shines in the High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) examination 2017, as all of the students who had appeared came out with flying colours in the result declared recently.Fifteen out of fifteen who appeared, bagged First Division marks. Among them,2 students namely Shahina kawser and Sayeeda Najnina Chowdhury managed to secure distinction marks while six students obtained star marks and rest of the students begged first division.

The Rampur Salapathar Abdus Sattar Jatiya Vidyalaya situated in very backward rural area Rampur Salapathar of Nagaon was set up in the year 2006 and produced its first batch of HSLC candidates this year. Most of the Successful students belong to very poor families.People thanked teachers and the staff of the school for its outstanding performence.

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