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Assam Jatiya Bidyalay representing greater Assamese culture, says DC

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GUWAHATI, Jan 24 - �Assam Jatiya Bidyalay is now representing the greater Assamese culture as its functioning has been reflecting all the ethnic and traditional values of this north-eastern state,� said Dr M Angamuthu, Deputy Commissioner of Kamrup (Metro). He was addressing the first day�s programme of the annual sports of the school here today.

Dr Angamuthu, who also inspected the guard of honour presented by the Scouts and Guides squads of the school, also commended the way in which the school has been performing in all spheres. He urged the Assam Jatiya Bidyalay students to excel further sticking to the principles of leading a disciplined life, reminding them of the importance of discipline, punctuality and perseverance in one�s bid to shine in life.

The annual sports of the school will conclude on January 29. The event began today with hoisting of the school flag by its Principal Ghanashyam Medhi. The sports flame was lit by Kaushik Das and Aastha Bora, the best players from the previous year.

In the march-past competition, Bhagirath Kalita, Ranjit Kumar Das and Kamala Ujir were present as judges. The first day�s ceremony was attended by Rector Ranjit Narayan Deka, president and secretary of the school management committee Dilip Kumar Dutta Choudhury and Dr Narayan Sarma respectively, academic officer Narendra Mohan Goswami, all the teaching and non-teaching staff and guardians.

The programme was conducted by Aparna Devi and Ashim Krishna Baruah, two senior teachers from the Department of Social Science, said the press release.

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Assam Jatiya Bidyalay representing greater Assamese culture, says DC

GUWAHATI, Jan 24 - �Assam Jatiya Bidyalay is now representing the greater Assamese culture as its functioning has been reflecting all the ethnic and traditional values of this north-eastern state,� said Dr M Angamuthu, Deputy Commissioner of Kamrup (Metro). He was addressing the first day�s programme of the annual sports of the school here today.

Dr Angamuthu, who also inspected the guard of honour presented by the Scouts and Guides squads of the school, also commended the way in which the school has been performing in all spheres. He urged the Assam Jatiya Bidyalay students to excel further sticking to the principles of leading a disciplined life, reminding them of the importance of discipline, punctuality and perseverance in one�s bid to shine in life.

The annual sports of the school will conclude on January 29. The event began today with hoisting of the school flag by its Principal Ghanashyam Medhi. The sports flame was lit by Kaushik Das and Aastha Bora, the best players from the previous year.

In the march-past competition, Bhagirath Kalita, Ranjit Kumar Das and Kamala Ujir were present as judges. The first day�s ceremony was attended by Rector Ranjit Narayan Deka, president and secretary of the school management committee Dilip Kumar Dutta Choudhury and Dr Narayan Sarma respectively, academic officer Narendra Mohan Goswami, all the teaching and non-teaching staff and guardians.

The programme was conducted by Aparna Devi and Ashim Krishna Baruah, two senior teachers from the Department of Social Science, said the press release.