Students felicitated

TEZU, Sep 22: The meritorious students belonging to Mishmi Society were felicitated for their brilliant performances in the AISSCE/ CBSE-2017.
The student toppers were honoured by Lohit district Deputy Commissioner Karma Leki and District Forest Officer Tezu Soplan Manyu in a function conducted by Cultural & Literary Society of Mishmi (CALSOM) at Tamla-Du Hall, Tezu.
The Deputy Commissioner commended CALSOM for honouring the students for their academic excellence and opined that the apex umbrella organization of the Mishmi has been playing the role of a torch-bearer of the society.
He exhorted the students to maintain consistency in their performance and come up with flying colours in the competitive examinations in near future.
He further appealed to the people of Tezu to extend their whole hearted co-operation in the establishment of AYUSH Medical College at Tezu, which would immensely benefit the society and the state as a whole.
District Forest Officer Soplan Manyu emphasized on the importance of merit in the current age of cut-throat competition to succeed in the competitive examinations.
He exhorted the youths to inculcate a sense of healthy competition to achieve their desired goals. He also appealed to the youths to abstain themselves from all types of drugs addiction.
Chairman, CALSOM Buglelum Tega highlighted that the CALSOM has felicitated 77 meritorious students since 2011.
While expressing his concerns over the poor CBSE result in 2017 in Lohit district, he exhorted all the stakeholders to collectively work for improving the education scenario of the twin districts of Lohit and Anjaw.
The Chairman further appealed to the public of Tezu to welcome the establishment of Ayush Medical College at Tezu by keeping at bay all personal interests for the sake for the Society.
Secretary, CALSOM Suraj Tayang and Additional Secretary Bredenso Yun also spoke.
The programme was attended by Principal of Govt. Hr. Sec. School, Tezu Ebing Lego,PRI Members, Members of AMWWS, AMSU, Students, Intellectuals and senior officers of the Mishmi Community. DIPRO