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Old boys’ new initiatives

GUWAHATI: The Old Boys Association of Sainik School Goalpara (OBA SSG) has taken up the beautification of six mile fly over by managing the traffic island garden at the fly over.

Two traffic island garden were inaugurated by Mr Pradyut Chaudhury who praised OBA SSG for taking the initiative. Ranjit Borthakur who is also the president of OBS SSG has said that OBA SSG has been taking up different social activities since its inception and the organisation is committed for working for the betterment of society .

 

OBA SSG is a registered society of alumni of Sainik School Goalpara and it conducts different social activities like free medical health check up, plantation programme, organising blood donation camps and other social activities. 

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