Governor for making Niglok sainik school best in country

ITANAGAR, Sep 16: Governor BD Mishra on Monday called for making the sainik school in Niglok, in East Siang district, “the best educational institute in India.”
The governor said this during a meeting with Education Minister Taba Tedir, Chief Secretary Naresh Kumar, Education Secretary Madhu Rani Teotia and senior architect Dawa Tsering at the Raj Bhavan here.
The minister had called on the governor to discuss the permanent layout plan for the sainik school.
The governor emphasized on creating student-friendly infrastructure in the sainik school.
“The layout of the school should be conducive for the overall academic, physical and mental growth of the students,” Mishra said. “Care must be taken so that it becomes the school par excellence and a benchmark for other educational institutes to emulate.”
Accepting the education minister’s invitation to participate in the first conference of heads of schools on 25 September, the governor said the heads of the schools must move with the needs of the times “and bring merit-based changes in our schooling system to the benefit of the students.”
“Their proactive role and farsighted approach must translate into positive impact on the growth of the students,” he said. (Raj Bhavan)