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SILCHAR, Oct 10 - Cachar Deputy Commissioner S Vishwanathan has suggested to the Holy Cross school management to make arrangements for school bus service for the students of the school.

While delivering the golden jubilee address as the chief guest during the cultural celebration at Rajiv Bhawan here on Thursday, Vishwanathan said the school authority must start bus services for easy communication of the students and to reduce the traffic congestion during school hours at Sonai Road. �The Supreme Court has also laid guidelines for bus services in schools,� he added.

Congratulating the school fraternity for traversing 50 glorious years, Vishwanathan said the Constitution of India has given right to compulsory education for children between six and 14 years who must be given education.

�India has a large private school system complementing the government-run schools which give emphasis on personal development and career development and Holy Cross School, Silchar has also contributed towards the cause over the past five decades,� he said.

Additional Superintendent of Police Subhashini Sankaran, Cachar Inspector of Schools Kabil Uddin Ahmed and orthopedic surgeon and former student of the school, Dr Rajdeep Roy also spoke on the occasion.

Former teachers of the school, Parimal Chakraborty, Mani Sena Sinha, Shipra Choudhury and Shibani Ghosh were felicitated on the occasion. The students of the school later performed a series of colourful dances and songs reflecting the spirit of unity in diversity of India.

Earlier, Sister Caron, principal of the school in her welcome address gave an account of the journey of the school which was followed by a documentary filmed on the school.

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Silchar school urged to start bus service

SILCHAR, Oct 10 - Cachar Deputy Commissioner S Vishwanathan has suggested to the Holy Cross school management to make arrangements for school bus service for the students of the school.

While delivering the golden jubilee address as the chief guest during the cultural celebration at Rajiv Bhawan here on Thursday, Vishwanathan said the school authority must start bus services for easy communication of the students and to reduce the traffic congestion during school hours at Sonai Road. �The Supreme Court has also laid guidelines for bus services in schools,� he added.

Congratulating the school fraternity for traversing 50 glorious years, Vishwanathan said the Constitution of India has given right to compulsory education for children between six and 14 years who must be given education.

�India has a large private school system complementing the government-run schools which give emphasis on personal development and career development and Holy Cross School, Silchar has also contributed towards the cause over the past five decades,� he said.

Additional Superintendent of Police Subhashini Sankaran, Cachar Inspector of Schools Kabil Uddin Ahmed and orthopedic surgeon and former student of the school, Dr Rajdeep Roy also spoke on the occasion.

Former teachers of the school, Parimal Chakraborty, Mani Sena Sinha, Shipra Choudhury and Shibani Ghosh were felicitated on the occasion. The students of the school later performed a series of colourful dances and songs reflecting the spirit of unity in diversity of India.

Earlier, Sister Caron, principal of the school in her welcome address gave an account of the journey of the school which was followed by a documentary filmed on the school.

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