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GHSS Sungro felicitates students for HSLC success

By Abenthung Kikon Updated: May 06, 2024 8:49 pm
GHSS Sungro
A student of GHSS Sungro receiving certificate of achievement during the felicitation programme on Monday.

WOKHA — Government Higher Secondary School (GHSS) Sungro organised a felicitation programme for its students on Monday. The school this year achieved a 100 percent qualification in the recently declared HSLC result declared by the Nagaland Board of School Education.

During the felicitation programme, held in the school campus hall, short speeches were delivered by Mungyanbeni Ngullie on behalf of the outgoing HSLC students and Yisanimo Ngullie, a graduate teacher, on behalf of the teaching faculty of GHSS Sungro.

Providing an overview of the results, Ngullie informed those gathered that 20 students appeared for and passed the exam this year. He also highlighted the school’s consistent record of producing good results, noting that this marks the fifth time the school has achieved a 100 percent pass rate in the HSLC examination.

Vice Principal T Helen, in her welcome address, congratulated the students for their efforts and dedication in bringing laurels to the school. She also appreciated the teachers for their efforts. Furthermore, she encouraged the students to continue bringing honour to the school by following the achievements of their seniors.

Principal R Mhonlumi Yanthan mentioned in her speech that despite the school’s transition from a government high school to a government higher secondary school in 2022, the institution faces challenges. She highlighted specific grievances, including the lack of infrastructure in the newly constructed building and the need for a Mathematics teacher.

Additionally, she mentioned that there is no LDA as the LDA is attached to the DEO Wokha. Moreover, there has been no Language (Lotha) teacher for classes 6 to 10 for almost four to five years. Furthermore, there is no Alternative English teacher available to teach classes 11 and 12 and there is a lack of a knitting instructor and a carpentry instructor.

She mentioned that P Chichamo Ngullie and Khodao Lotha, assistant teachers, have retired, but there has been no replacement for them. Additionally, the lady house attendant, DEO Wokha, is on deputation.

Yanithung Kikon’s position remains vacant following his demise, as does R Mhabemo Jami’s position. Moreover, Openthung, an assistant teacher, has been transferred to GPS Molonsu in Wokha, but a reliever has yet to be sent.

By Abenthung Kikon Updated: May 06, 2024 8:49:57 pm
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