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Nagaland Guv felicitates toppers

By Correspondent

DIMAPUR, May 30 � Continuing with the awards initiated in 2010 by his predecessor K Shankaranarayanan, Nagaland Governor PB Acharya felicitated the toppers and rank holders of HSLC and HSSLC exams 2015 of Nagaland Board of Secondary Education at Raj Bhavan in Kohima.

Addressing the toppers, Acharya pointed out the need for educational institutions to produce young people equipped with skills. He also remarked that there are so many options and opportunities today unlike the olden days and added that these avenues should be explored.

On the occasion, Acharya presented the Governor�s Award consisting of medal, certificate and cash to the toppers and the rank holders of HSLC and HSSLC 2015. He also handed over the Nagaland Board of School Education award to toppers.

Also speaking on the occasion, Nagaland Minister of School Education Yitachu said it was a matter of deep concern that the number of drop-outs and failed students, in a small State like Nagaland totalled 19,528.

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Nagaland Guv felicitates toppers

DIMAPUR, May 30 � Continuing with the awards initiated in 2010 by his predecessor K Shankaranarayanan, Nagaland Governor PB Acharya felicitated the toppers and rank holders of HSLC and HSSLC exams 2015 of Nagaland Board of Secondary Education at Raj Bhavan in Kohima.

Addressing the toppers, Acharya pointed out the need for educational institutions to produce young people equipped with skills. He also remarked that there are so many options and opportunities today unlike the olden days and added that these avenues should be explored.

On the occasion, Acharya presented the Governor�s Award consisting of medal, certificate and cash to the toppers and the rank holders of HSLC and HSSLC 2015. He also handed over the Nagaland Board of School Education award to toppers.

Also speaking on the occasion, Nagaland Minister of School Education Yitachu said it was a matter of deep concern that the number of drop-outs and failed students, in a small State like Nagaland totalled 19,528.