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Tuki urges students to be competitive

By The Assam Tribune
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ITANAGAR, Dec 18 � Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Nabam Tuki has exhorted the students to inculcate the spirit of competitiveness in every field of learning so as to achieve their goal.

Inaugurating the three-day Mahabhaskara Shastra Vigyan Pradarshani (science exhibition) at Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya (VKV) here on Friday, Tuki said that education should not be only about pass or fail but should be aimed at man-making and knowledge gaining.

Lauding the efforts of Vivekananda Kendra in the State for rendering yeoman services in the field of education, the Chief Minister said that the non-profit organisation, formed with inspiration from Swami Vivekananda, has been holding aloft the vision of man-making and nation building.

�The inter-VKV science exhibition with participants from 52 VKVs including from Assam and Nagaland, is a noble and essential initiative of the Kendra which will foster into long lasting friendship and bring the neighbouring States together,� Tuki said.

Referring to the Right to Education Act implemented by the Centre during 2009, Tuki advised the students not to misuse or take advantage of the Act to unnecessarily harass the teachers. � PTI

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Tuki urges students to be competitive

ITANAGAR, Dec 18 � Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Nabam Tuki has exhorted the students to inculcate the spirit of competitiveness in every field of learning so as to achieve their goal.

Inaugurating the three-day Mahabhaskara Shastra Vigyan Pradarshani (science exhibition) at Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya (VKV) here on Friday, Tuki said that education should not be only about pass or fail but should be aimed at man-making and knowledge gaining.

Lauding the efforts of Vivekananda Kendra in the State for rendering yeoman services in the field of education, the Chief Minister said that the non-profit organisation, formed with inspiration from Swami Vivekananda, has been holding aloft the vision of man-making and nation building.

�The inter-VKV science exhibition with participants from 52 VKVs including from Assam and Nagaland, is a noble and essential initiative of the Kendra which will foster into long lasting friendship and bring the neighbouring States together,� Tuki said.

Referring to the Right to Education Act implemented by the Centre during 2009, Tuki advised the students not to misuse or take advantage of the Act to unnecessarily harass the teachers. � PTI

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