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Different organisations felicitates HSLC, HSSLC toppers, successful students

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By EMN Updated: May 11, 2024 9:33 pm
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HSLC and HSSLC toppers along with Dr. Tinojungshi Chang, Rev. Dr. James Thoppil and others during the felicitation programme in Dimapur on Saturday.

DIMAPUR — The Commission for Education Diocese of Kohima (CEDOK) felicitated those from Catholic schools who made it to the list of toppers and Catholic schools with 100% pass results in the recently declared results by the Nagaland Board of School Education (NBSE) in a ceremony held on Saturday at Holy Cross Higher Secondary School in Dimapur.

According to a press release, a total of 34 rank holders (22 HSLC and 12 HSSLC) were felicitated, alongside 17 schools (eight HSLC and nine HSSLC), on the occasion. The toppers were presented with certificates, mementos, and cash awards.

Deputy Commissioner of Dimapur, Dr. Tinojungshi Chang, speaking as the special guest on the occasion, expressed appreciation for the Catholic schools’ contribution to the educational advancement of the state. He extended gratitude to the fathers, sisters, and teachers for their sacrifices in shaping the students.

He conveyed to the students that as they transition from school education, they enter a phase where they move beyond the guidance of parents and teachers, which can be a challenging time in their lives. He encouraged them to commit themselves and maintain focus on their goals, despite encountering various hurdles along the way.

He urged them to view those obstacles as opportunities for growth and to embrace them as challenges. He counselled the students to leverage artificial intelligence and information technology to enrich their understanding and encouraged them to adopt a positive mindset.

Rev. Dr. James Thoppil, Bishop of Kohima, in his presidential address, appreciated the students for their hard work, along with the teachers who displayed full dedication and the schools that provided the right ambience, contributing to their success.

He lauded the students for their determination and perseverance, urging them to express gratitude to their parents, teachers, and schools. The Bishop challenged the students to become catalysts for positive change in society, encouraging them to embody the moral values and discipline they acquired in school and to serve as beacons of light for society.

During her message, Ketsino Jane Frances, the second rank holder in the HSLC exams, extended her gratitude to the organisers, with special recognition given to her teachers at all levels for their inspiring guidance. She emphasised that the diverse range of experiences she encountered during her schooling shaped and nurtured her, and she embraced each challenge as a chance for personal growth.

Earlier, Rev. Dr. Jacob Charalel, Secretary of CEDOK, presented statistics on Catholic schools, stating that 24% of HSLC, 20% of HSSLC Arts, 26% of HSSLC Commerce, and 30% of HSSLC Science students who passed the NBSE exams this year attended Catholic schools.

Out of the total enrolled students, 91% of HSLC, 96% of HSSLC Arts, 96% of HSSLC Commerce, and 89% of HSSLC Science students from Catholic schools were declared qualified by the NBSE this year.

He urged the students to have faith in their abilities and pursue their dreams in life.

NHCYO: The Naga Hospital Colony Youth Organisation (NHCYO) held a felicitation programme at the panchayat hall on May 10, during which Rotiba G Sangtam, Assistant Research Officer from the department of Women Resource Development, inspired the young attendees.

According to an update, Kelhousatuo Yiese, President of NHCYO, who delivered the welcome address, informed that a total of 25 students passed their HSLC and HSSLC exams this year and wished them success in their future endeavours.

They were presented with certificates and cash.

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By EMN Updated: May 11, 2024 9:33:56 pm
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