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Bicycles distributed to BPL students at Howraghat

By Correspondent

HOWRAGHAT, May 2 � In order to attract and encourage Below Proverty Line (BPL) students towards education, altogether 1,267 BPL students of 88 provincialized schools of Karbi Anglong district were given bicycles here formally.

Besides, a number of bicycles and mobile handsets were also distributed among ASHA activists and ANMs.

On the occasion, an open meeting was also organized here at Pan Engti playground. In the open meeting presided over by Education EM Ratan Engti, the chief guest and invited guests were welcomed by Sanjib Bhuyan, Inspector of Schools, UC Narzary Joint director, Health and Family Welfare department, Karbi Anglong district and JR Gogoi, Principal, Howraghat HS School.

In the bicycles distribution meeting, the HAD Minister, Kharsing Engti, attended as chief guest. KAAC CEM, Jayram Englen along with KAAC EMs-Bidyasing Rongpi, Bhuban Chandra Terang, Hemari Teron along with senior officials of the Health and Family Welfare and Education departments also attended.

While addressing the cycle distribution ceremonial function, HAD Minister Kharsing Engti said that the Congress Government is fulfilling its commitment step by step by proper implementation of all Government formulated schemes.

Engti while pointing out on the Government�s achievements, reiterated that the Congress Government never compromise on development and accordingly the Government is doing its best to resolve the different problems of the State.

While highlighting on the different social development schemes, Engti further said that the government is formulating many historic employment generating schemes through which unemployed and economically backward classes of people would be able to minimise their economic crisis.

Meanwhile, seeking cooperation of the public, he assured to provide all-round development in the district.

Attending the meeting as an invited guest, the KAAC CEM Jayram Engleng also addressed the bicycle distribution function. Engleng tried to inspire the BPL students and urged them to play a proactive role in their studies. Besides, Engleng, urged the ASHA activists and ANMs to attend duties punctually for the greater interest of the public.

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Bicycles distributed to BPL students at Howraghat

HOWRAGHAT, May 2 � In order to attract and encourage Below Proverty Line (BPL) students towards education, altogether 1,267 BPL students of 88 provincialized schools of Karbi Anglong district were given bicycles here formally.

Besides, a number of bicycles and mobile handsets were also distributed among ASHA activists and ANMs.

On the occasion, an open meeting was also organized here at Pan Engti playground. In the open meeting presided over by Education EM Ratan Engti, the chief guest and invited guests were welcomed by Sanjib Bhuyan, Inspector of Schools, UC Narzary Joint director, Health and Family Welfare department, Karbi Anglong district and JR Gogoi, Principal, Howraghat HS School.

In the bicycles distribution meeting, the HAD Minister, Kharsing Engti, attended as chief guest. KAAC CEM, Jayram Englen along with KAAC EMs-Bidyasing Rongpi, Bhuban Chandra Terang, Hemari Teron along with senior officials of the Health and Family Welfare and Education departments also attended.

While addressing the cycle distribution ceremonial function, HAD Minister Kharsing Engti said that the Congress Government is fulfilling its commitment step by step by proper implementation of all Government formulated schemes.

Engti while pointing out on the Government�s achievements, reiterated that the Congress Government never compromise on development and accordingly the Government is doing its best to resolve the different problems of the State.

While highlighting on the different social development schemes, Engti further said that the government is formulating many historic employment generating schemes through which unemployed and economically backward classes of people would be able to minimise their economic crisis.

Meanwhile, seeking cooperation of the public, he assured to provide all-round development in the district.

Attending the meeting as an invited guest, the KAAC CEM Jayram Engleng also addressed the bicycle distribution function. Engleng tried to inspire the BPL students and urged them to play a proactive role in their studies. Besides, Engleng, urged the ASHA activists and ANMs to attend duties punctually for the greater interest of the public.