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MCD felicitates Muslim students

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By Mirror Desk Updated: Jun 24, 2019 12:23 am
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H Tovihoto Ayemi along with members of the Muslim Council of Dimapur giving away a laptop to a school examination topper during a reception at the Christian higher secondary school auditorium, in Dimapur.

Eastern Mirror Desk
Dimapur, June 23: The Muslim Council Dimapur (MCD) gave a reception to Muslim students during a programme, ‘annual Nagaland Muslim students’ felicitation programme,’ on Sunday at the Christian Higher Secondary School auditorium, in Dimapur.
According the working president of the council, Janab A Rahman, the community had a very low number of students, which was why the required percentage for felicitation was lowered to 60 %.

Every year, the number of merit students gradually increased, the gathering was told.
To make it more challenging, Rahman said that the percentage was also increased eventually.

‘We decided to organise such event to encourage the Muslim students and their parents to be competitive in the academic field. Seeing such an increase in number is a great achievement for the council and the community,’ he said.

The percentage will be increased to 80 in the coming years, he said.
About 80 students who successfully achieved over 70 % during the 2019 high school and higher secondary school examinations (both NBSE and CBSE), were felicitated in the day’s event.

A certificate of merit and cash was awarded to the students. Laptops were also awarded to the toppers from the community.

Retired administrative officer, HK Khulu, was the special invitee for the event.
In his speech, he encouraged the students to choose a life with an open mind to ‘enhance their perspective and choice of attitude.’

With the world pursuing digitalisation, Khulu advised the students to adapt to the changes while also keeping in mind to stay connected with their loved ones and the society.

Meanwhile, the advisor for Power, H Tovihoto Ayemi, was the special guest for the event.
He lauded the Muslim community for their support and for organising the programme.
Ayemi suggested to the community that they visit the successful students.

The students need motivation and encouragement from them and their leaders, he told the community.

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By Mirror Desk Updated: Jun 24, 2019 12:23:20 am