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Five ASOS centres for Tinsukia district

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DOOMDOOMA, Sept 25 - The Board Of Secondary Education, Assam (SEBA) has set up the Assam State Open School (ASOS) for students who have failed in the HSLC examination and for those who had dropped out of Class 9. Now such students can appear in the HSLC examination through this open school. SEBA has allotted ASOS centres in different schools across the State. For Tinsukia district, five centres have been allotted at Rupai High School at Rupai Siding, Doomdooma; Dangari HS School at Dangari; Sadiya Government HS School at Chapakhowa, Sadiya, Tinsukia Bengali HS School at Tinsukia and Margherita Town High School at Margherita. Students of Tinsukia district can appear in the HSLC examination through these centres and the medium of examination will be Assamese, English, Hindi, Bengali and Bodo.

Special classes for such students will be arranged on Sundays and other holidays. Interested students can enrol their names in these centres online from October 1. For details, students may contact the heads of the schools in which ASOS centres have been allotted.

Puja gifts for kids: The Tinsukia Superintendent of Police Mugdhajyoti Mahanta on Sunday distributed new clothes among the kids of Keshab Bahety Surjudoy Children Home situated at Gangabari here.

On the occasion, a special meeting was held under the presidentship of Ramesh Goswami, member of District Child Welfare Society. Addressing the children, Mahanta urged them to become good citizens of the nation.

The programme was also attended by OC of Makum Police Station Bhaskar Saikia. Akhil Chandra Baruah, director of Surjudoy Children Home, anchored the programme while Jinti Gogoi, the superintendent of the Children Home, offered the vote of thanks.

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Five ASOS centres for Tinsukia district

DOOMDOOMA, Sept 25 - The Board Of Secondary Education, Assam (SEBA) has set up the Assam State Open School (ASOS) for students who have failed in the HSLC examination and for those who had dropped out of Class 9. Now such students can appear in the HSLC examination through this open school. SEBA has allotted ASOS centres in different schools across the State. For Tinsukia district, five centres have been allotted at Rupai High School at Rupai Siding, Doomdooma; Dangari HS School at Dangari; Sadiya Government HS School at Chapakhowa, Sadiya, Tinsukia Bengali HS School at Tinsukia and Margherita Town High School at Margherita. Students of Tinsukia district can appear in the HSLC examination through these centres and the medium of examination will be Assamese, English, Hindi, Bengali and Bodo.

Special classes for such students will be arranged on Sundays and other holidays. Interested students can enrol their names in these centres online from October 1. For details, students may contact the heads of the schools in which ASOS centres have been allotted.

Puja gifts for kids: The Tinsukia Superintendent of Police Mugdhajyoti Mahanta on Sunday distributed new clothes among the kids of Keshab Bahety Surjudoy Children Home situated at Gangabari here.

On the occasion, a special meeting was held under the presidentship of Ramesh Goswami, member of District Child Welfare Society. Addressing the children, Mahanta urged them to become good citizens of the nation.

The programme was also attended by OC of Makum Police Station Bhaskar Saikia. Akhil Chandra Baruah, director of Surjudoy Children Home, anchored the programme while Jinti Gogoi, the superintendent of the Children Home, offered the vote of thanks.

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