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Sagnik brings laurel to Hojai

Sagnik Bainik has  brought laurels for Hojai and  his school as he is able to register his name as first time State Topper from Don Bosco High School Hojai. He has secured tenth(10th) rank in the High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) 2019 examination the results of which have been announced on Wednesday. Sagnik is the son of Samir Kumar Bainik and Suparna Bainik resident of Gobindapally in Hojai. He has secured 583 marks out of 600 and letters in all the subjects. Talking to Assam Times, Sagnik said he use to study with consistency for 8 to 9 hours daily and  also use to take break in between studies for refreshment to play cricket. He will pursue his further studies in Science stream from Hojai and wants to become a good Doctor, who can work for the welfare of the society.

As per Sagnik their is much scarcity of good Doctors in comparison to number of patients.  Father Michael Bistis, Principal of Don Bosco High School praised Sagnik for his marvellous performance in HSLC examination 2019. He asserted Sagnik Bainik is first student to bring laurels for school and has cracked the pages in history of Don Bosco High School, Hojai since its inception in the year 1971."This is the reward of hard work, sincerity of Sagnik, his parents and team work of all school teachers", Bistis said.He further said by blessings of God and hard labour of school teachers our schools result is 100% comprising of 23 students secured distinction, 27 students secured starmarks, 49 students first division, 14 students second division and 5 students third division. His parents,father Eldin, Sister Anita, school teachers Gopi Kanta Das, Debotosh Sarkar, Aprajeeta Chakraborty, Sujit Debnath, Jenni Dellar, Helen Dhar, Nitish Dayal, Jyotirimo Dey, Gauri Burma Saha,Sumita Dey, Peter Amalraj and people of Hojai District are very happy on Sagnik's success.

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