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Meritorious students feted in Meghalaya

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SHILLONG, June 18 - While felicitating school toppers, Chief Minister Conrad Sangma said a large number of students didn�t do well in their exams and it poses a challenge before the Government.

Altogether 74 rank holders of Secondary School Leaving Certificate and Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate examinations were felicitated here today.

The Chief Minister and other dignitaries presented the toppers laptops, digital tablets, mementos and citations in the event organsied by the University of Science and Technology, Meghalaya in association with ERD Foundation, Guwahati.

Sangma while congratulating the toppers said some thought should be spared for those who were not successful during the examination this year.

�While we are celebrating the success, it is also important to see the other side which is not so pleasant,� Sangma said and reminded the gathering that about 25,000 students unsuccessfully sat for the examinations this year.

Emphasizing that such statistics remain a huge challenge before the State, Sangma said, this unhealthy trend going on for the past couple of years is a matter of concern and needs focused attention for reversal.

�Youths are the largest human resource of the State and the country. So, having educated and qualified workforce will ensure a productive and efficient society,� he said.

Minister in-charge Education, Lakhmen Rymbui, on the other hand, lauded the toppers for their hard work, perseverance and dedication. He also lauded the parents and teachers for their support which ensured the students success.

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Meritorious students feted in Meghalaya

SHILLONG, June 18 - While felicitating school toppers, Chief Minister Conrad Sangma said a large number of students didn�t do well in their exams and it poses a challenge before the Government.

Altogether 74 rank holders of Secondary School Leaving Certificate and Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate examinations were felicitated here today.

The Chief Minister and other dignitaries presented the toppers laptops, digital tablets, mementos and citations in the event organsied by the University of Science and Technology, Meghalaya in association with ERD Foundation, Guwahati.

Sangma while congratulating the toppers said some thought should be spared for those who were not successful during the examination this year.

�While we are celebrating the success, it is also important to see the other side which is not so pleasant,� Sangma said and reminded the gathering that about 25,000 students unsuccessfully sat for the examinations this year.

Emphasizing that such statistics remain a huge challenge before the State, Sangma said, this unhealthy trend going on for the past couple of years is a matter of concern and needs focused attention for reversal.

�Youths are the largest human resource of the State and the country. So, having educated and qualified workforce will ensure a productive and efficient society,� he said.

Minister in-charge Education, Lakhmen Rymbui, on the other hand, lauded the toppers for their hard work, perseverance and dedication. He also lauded the parents and teachers for their support which ensured the students success.