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10 schools adopted under Rural Education Prog

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GUWAHATI, March 9 - SRF Foundation in collaboration with the State Education Department has implemented its flagship Rural Education Programme in Dimoria block of Kamrup (M) district by adopting 10 government schools.

Under the Rural Education Programme, the SRF Foundation organised an event �Academic Mela and Stakeholders Felicitation� for its 10 adopted government schools at Pub Dimoria ME School ground (Topatali) on March 6 with the participation of over 400 children, teachers, headmasters, parents, community members and guests.

District Elementary Education Officer (DEEO) of Kamrup (M), Buli Gogoi Bhuyan was present as the chief guest in the programme along with the Director of Schools of Humanities and Social Sciences of Assam Don Bosco University, Dr Riju Sharma; Head of the Department of Social Work of Assam Don Bosco University, Prof PJ Lukose; and Assistant Prof of Assam Don Bosco University, Victor Narzary.

Under the Rural Education Programme, the Academic Mela and Stakeholders Felicitation is to further motivate and enhance on sharing of innovative ideas, best practices and ensuring sustainable teaching-learning practices of the schools.

As many as 12 stalls were installed at the Mela by the students of 10 government schools demonstrating various creativity and innovations.

All the stakeholders were feted in categories like Best Students, Best School Management Committees, Best Schools, Best Parents, Best Community Members, Best Village Heads, Best Stalls, Best Cultural Troops, Winners in competitions, etc.

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10 schools adopted under Rural Education Prog

GUWAHATI, March 9 - SRF Foundation in collaboration with the State Education Department has implemented its flagship Rural Education Programme in Dimoria block of Kamrup (M) district by adopting 10 government schools.

Under the Rural Education Programme, the SRF Foundation organised an event �Academic Mela and Stakeholders Felicitation� for its 10 adopted government schools at Pub Dimoria ME School ground (Topatali) on March 6 with the participation of over 400 children, teachers, headmasters, parents, community members and guests.

District Elementary Education Officer (DEEO) of Kamrup (M), Buli Gogoi Bhuyan was present as the chief guest in the programme along with the Director of Schools of Humanities and Social Sciences of Assam Don Bosco University, Dr Riju Sharma; Head of the Department of Social Work of Assam Don Bosco University, Prof PJ Lukose; and Assistant Prof of Assam Don Bosco University, Victor Narzary.

Under the Rural Education Programme, the Academic Mela and Stakeholders Felicitation is to further motivate and enhance on sharing of innovative ideas, best practices and ensuring sustainable teaching-learning practices of the schools.

As many as 12 stalls were installed at the Mela by the students of 10 government schools demonstrating various creativity and innovations.

All the stakeholders were feted in categories like Best Students, Best School Management Committees, Best Schools, Best Parents, Best Community Members, Best Village Heads, Best Stalls, Best Cultural Troops, Winners in competitions, etc.

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