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TEZPUR, Dec 25 - �Besides teachers, parents too have a major role in shaping a student�s morals and discipline. Teachers are often blamed when students go astray, but before giving that opinion, we as parents, should reflect as to what we are ourselves doing for the development of our children,� observed Madhurima Goswami, HoD, Chandraprabha Saikiani chair, Tezpur University, while addressing the annual day celebration of the Tezpur Gurukul School at Chotai Chapori near here.

Stressing on quality education for students, the noted academician further stated that good schooling is essential for every child to fit in into the society. �School life is but a preparation to face the challenges that the bigger school called �world� will offer us, when we are left out on the road of life to walk on. For many of us, the days spent in schools are the happiest and the best days of our life. The very memory of school days fills our minds with longing memories of happy days of yesteryears,� she said adding that the school is a meeting place of students and teachers.

Saying that the talent of the students in every field should be appreciated, she further observed that teachers act as the guides and guardians to guide them on the right path. In school, teachers try to remove evils from minds of the students by sowing some seeds of good qualities in them. A person becomes perfect with education as he not only gains something from it, but also contributes to the growth of a nation. To achieve this, there must be a collective and cooperative effort of the students, teachers and parents. �I do hope that Tezpur Gurukul is able to carry forward this responsibility, showing the right direction of life to its students,� she said.

Earlier, highlighting the achievement of the school till date, a teacher of the school, Trishna Medhi said that the school has carved a niche for itself by producing excellent results in the class 10 and 12 board examination conducted by the CBSE. �In academic session 2014-15 out of 88, nine students secured 10 CGPA in AISSE, whereas out of 25 students in class 12 board examination, two namely Archita Goswami and Neelabhjyoti Saharia made us all proud by securing 90 and above per cent marks, while 23 students scored 60 and above.� She added that the school has received a letter of appreciation from the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India for its good performance.

In the programme, three students namely Syamoli Pradip Dutta, Sarthak Kr Baruah and Pakhi Priyam were awarded respectively with Madhab Chandra Bora memorial award and Suryadeva awards while Jagriti Sivam was awarded the best student award 2015-16. On the other hand, ten students were felicitated. The cultural demonstration revealing the unity in diversity of the north east region, prepared by music teacher Jayanta Kumar Bania mesmerized the audience.

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�Parents� role critical for development�

TEZPUR, Dec 25 - �Besides teachers, parents too have a major role in shaping a student�s morals and discipline. Teachers are often blamed when students go astray, but before giving that opinion, we as parents, should reflect as to what we are ourselves doing for the development of our children,� observed Madhurima Goswami, HoD, Chandraprabha Saikiani chair, Tezpur University, while addressing the annual day celebration of the Tezpur Gurukul School at Chotai Chapori near here.

Stressing on quality education for students, the noted academician further stated that good schooling is essential for every child to fit in into the society. �School life is but a preparation to face the challenges that the bigger school called �world� will offer us, when we are left out on the road of life to walk on. For many of us, the days spent in schools are the happiest and the best days of our life. The very memory of school days fills our minds with longing memories of happy days of yesteryears,� she said adding that the school is a meeting place of students and teachers.

Saying that the talent of the students in every field should be appreciated, she further observed that teachers act as the guides and guardians to guide them on the right path. In school, teachers try to remove evils from minds of the students by sowing some seeds of good qualities in them. A person becomes perfect with education as he not only gains something from it, but also contributes to the growth of a nation. To achieve this, there must be a collective and cooperative effort of the students, teachers and parents. �I do hope that Tezpur Gurukul is able to carry forward this responsibility, showing the right direction of life to its students,� she said.

Earlier, highlighting the achievement of the school till date, a teacher of the school, Trishna Medhi said that the school has carved a niche for itself by producing excellent results in the class 10 and 12 board examination conducted by the CBSE. �In academic session 2014-15 out of 88, nine students secured 10 CGPA in AISSE, whereas out of 25 students in class 12 board examination, two namely Archita Goswami and Neelabhjyoti Saharia made us all proud by securing 90 and above per cent marks, while 23 students scored 60 and above.� She added that the school has received a letter of appreciation from the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India for its good performance.

In the programme, three students namely Syamoli Pradip Dutta, Sarthak Kr Baruah and Pakhi Priyam were awarded respectively with Madhab Chandra Bora memorial award and Suryadeva awards while Jagriti Sivam was awarded the best student award 2015-16. On the other hand, ten students were felicitated. The cultural demonstration revealing the unity in diversity of the north east region, prepared by music teacher Jayanta Kumar Bania mesmerized the audience.