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UDALGURI, June 24 - �In order to achieve success in life, one must be creative. There is a general misconception among many parents that their children must either become doctors or engineers. But as it doesn�t suit all the children, hence unnecessary stress is imposed upon them. Instead, our children should be nurtured to become ideal citizens of the future, besides balanced human beings with patriotic fervour,� observed Kuladhar Saikia, DGP of Assam, while addressing a congregation of HSLC first division holders under Udalguri LAC, along with guardians and teachers from the respective schools.

The DGP also referred to the great saying of Martin Luther King and urged the students to go through the life stories of great personalities in order to derive inspiration.

Earlier, PHE Minister Rihon Daimari welcomed the guests while Dilip Kumar Das, Deputy Commissioner of Udalguri district, Rajveer Singh, Superintendent of Police of Udalguri, Col. Rahul of 14 Garhwal Rifles also encouraged the students in their respective speeches.

The felicitation programme was organised by Hathorkhi Coaching Centre of Udalguri. A total of 369 students under 69 Udalguri Legislative Assembly Constituency secured first division in the last HSLC examination, including one 6th rank holder Dhrtishman Bhuyan, 25 distinction holders and 54 students with star marks.

The coaching centre felicitated all the students with a pendrive and a phulam gamusa each on the occasion.

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Students urged to be creative in life

UDALGURI, June 24 - �In order to achieve success in life, one must be creative. There is a general misconception among many parents that their children must either become doctors or engineers. But as it doesn�t suit all the children, hence unnecessary stress is imposed upon them. Instead, our children should be nurtured to become ideal citizens of the future, besides balanced human beings with patriotic fervour,� observed Kuladhar Saikia, DGP of Assam, while addressing a congregation of HSLC first division holders under Udalguri LAC, along with guardians and teachers from the respective schools.

The DGP also referred to the great saying of Martin Luther King and urged the students to go through the life stories of great personalities in order to derive inspiration.

Earlier, PHE Minister Rihon Daimari welcomed the guests while Dilip Kumar Das, Deputy Commissioner of Udalguri district, Rajveer Singh, Superintendent of Police of Udalguri, Col. Rahul of 14 Garhwal Rifles also encouraged the students in their respective speeches.

The felicitation programme was organised by Hathorkhi Coaching Centre of Udalguri. A total of 369 students under 69 Udalguri Legislative Assembly Constituency secured first division in the last HSLC examination, including one 6th rank holder Dhrtishman Bhuyan, 25 distinction holders and 54 students with star marks.

The coaching centre felicitated all the students with a pendrive and a phulam gamusa each on the occasion.

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