Arunachal: Ziro Private Schools Festival held

Quality education mantra for Ziro to be reckoned as an educational hub: DC

ZIRO-  Fulfilling the aspirations of both the students and parents by providing wholesome quality education is the key to transform Ziro into an educational hub, said Lower Subansiri Deputy Commissioner Bamin Nime at Hey Paka Futsol ground on Saturday.

Giving away the prizes of the second edition of the four-day Ziro Private Schools Festival, the DC urged the principals of the 26 private schools of the valley to provide quality education in terms of both academic and moral education. I am told more than 7000 students were enrolled at the private schools of Ziro last year and it is the duty of the schools to not disappoint the students and parents who have chosen Ziro to shape the careers of their children, the DC said.


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While cautioning against any sort of ragging or physical abuse at the schools, the DC advised the students to develop strong moral character by respecting their parents, teachers and elders. Students are the pillars of a nation and no nation can be strong without moral values and ethos in our students, the DC said.

The DC further said with good roads, air connectivity, pleasant mild weather and the welcoming attitude of Apatani people, Ziro is poised to be an ‘educational hub’ of the state.

The President of Arunachal Pradesh Private School and Children Welfare Association, Ziro Unit, Taru Abin said the Ziro Private Schools Festival is a platform for thousands of students studying at Ziro to showcase their latent talents. Different students have different hidden talents in literary, sports or culture. We have tried to create a platform where there is healthy competition among the students of different schools which motivates not only the competing students but also inspires the younger students to perform well in the coming years and bring laurels for themselves and the schools, Abin explained.

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Abin further informed that the participants to the competitions were divided into three groups comprising primary, junior and senior categories. The four-day festival witnessed intense competitions in the fields of sports, literary and cultural by 2500 participating students from 22 schools of the valley, informed Abin.

Likha Disum of Midland Education Centre, Ziro was declared as ‘Student of the Year’ while Kids Quest School won the ‘School of the Year’ award for the second consecutive year in a row.

Among others, the closing ceremony was also attended by Colonel Archana Sood, Commander 756 BRTF Pinegrove, Dr. Sidharth Shukla, Vice Chancellor of Indira Gandhi Technical and Medical Science University, Shailendra Singh, Commandant ITBP, DSP Ojing Lego, DIPRO Gyati Kacho and former Minister Padi Richo.


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