Study hard, maintain discipline, be obedient and practice cleanliness and hygienic habits: Governor to school children.
The Governor of Arunachal Pradesh Brig. (Dr.) B.D. Mishra (Retd.) and First Lady of the State Smt Neelam Misra hosted a high tea and interacted with over 65 students, majority of them being girl students and the teachers of Government Primary School, B Sector, Itanagar at Raj Bhavan, Itanagar on 8th September 2018.
Interacting with the students, the Governor advised them to study hard, maintain discipline, be obedient and practice cleanliness and hygienic habits.
The Governor fondly narrated two lesson imparting stories, which he had read in his childhood days.
The Governor asked the children not to underestimate themselves and to use their brain and innovative ideas to mitigate and overcome any difficult situation that they face in their life.
Amidst loud applauses from the students, the Governor informed that he has already directed the concerned officers and technical persons to renovate the school with proper architectural planning and execution. He said that every class will have window and fan for proper ventilation and natural light. There will be separate toilet facility with exclusive approach for girl students, the Governor said, which was received the loudest applauses.
On the occasion, the keys, of the Raj Bhavan quarter, adjoining to the existing school, now given for the school, were handed over to the Teacher in-charge Smt Toko Mekop Dare and Patron of the school, Shri Tapi Gao, Director, Elementary Education by Joint Secretary to Governor, Smt Mamata Riba Naksang.
The Governor, at the request of State Education Minister had directed his Secretariat to vacate the above said quarter for the school. He had informed the Minister on 7th September, when the latter called on him about the handing over of the residential quarter. The Governor advised the Education Minister to renovate the school on top priority according to a holistic renovation plan. The renovation plan is being prepared on the orders of the Governor by Architect Ar Jummar Rumi of the Public Works Department.