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Anundoram Borooah Award distributed in Tezpur

By Correspondent

TEZPUR, March 1 � The prestigious Anundoram Borooah Award was distributed in Sonitupr district in an award distribution fnction held here today at the District Library auditorium.

The students of Sonitpur district securing first division in HSLC, High Madrassa and Senior Madrassa examination were presented laptop by Bhimanada Tanti, Deputy Speaker of Assam Legislative Assembly. In the district 1900 HSLC, 13 High Madrassa and 11 Senior Madrassa students received the award.

�Thirty five to forty per cent students of the district could not get through the HSLC examination which must be a matter of great concern and we must think of those students�, said Lalait Gogoi, Deputy Commissioner, Sonitpur while addressing the award distribution ceremony adding that though the students were securing 90% marks in the examination but their responsibilities towards the society have been drastically reverted.

The award distribution meeting was attended by Rajen Borthakur, MLA, Tezpur, Lalit Gogoi, Deputy Commissioner Sonitpur, Sanjukta Parasar, Superintendent of Police, Tezpur and Anisur Rahman Choudhary, Inspector of Schools along with the students and guardians.

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Anundoram Borooah Award distributed in Tezpur

TEZPUR, March 1 � The prestigious Anundoram Borooah Award was distributed in Sonitupr district in an award distribution fnction held here today at the District Library auditorium.

The students of Sonitpur district securing first division in HSLC, High Madrassa and Senior Madrassa examination were presented laptop by Bhimanada Tanti, Deputy Speaker of Assam Legislative Assembly. In the district 1900 HSLC, 13 High Madrassa and 11 Senior Madrassa students received the award.

�Thirty five to forty per cent students of the district could not get through the HSLC examination which must be a matter of great concern and we must think of those students�, said Lalait Gogoi, Deputy Commissioner, Sonitpur while addressing the award distribution ceremony adding that though the students were securing 90% marks in the examination but their responsibilities towards the society have been drastically reverted.

The award distribution meeting was attended by Rajen Borthakur, MLA, Tezpur, Lalit Gogoi, Deputy Commissioner Sonitpur, Sanjukta Parasar, Superintendent of Police, Tezpur and Anisur Rahman Choudhary, Inspector of Schools along with the students and guardians.

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