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SSB arranges study tour for students of remote areas

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  24 April 2015 12:00 AM GMT

From our Correspondent

KOKRAJHAR, April 23: The sector head quarter of the 16 Bn of the Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB), Ranighuli, Kokrajhar has arranged a study tour in New Delhi and Agra for the students of far-flung areas, especially who are studying in little known schools along the Indo-Bhutan border of Kokrajhar and Chirang districts. A group of 10 students, five each from Kokrajhar and Chirang districts left for New Delhi on Thursday from Ranighuli sector head quarter of the 16 Bn SSB.

The Director of Education, BTC, Rabi Shankar Borgoyary who graced the occasion as chief guest, flagged off the educatiol tour along with the Commandant of the 16 Bn, SSB AKC Singh. In his speech, Borgoyary said the schools in the border areas lacked facilities and their students got little chance to go outside in order to acquire knowledge in advanced cities. He thanked the SSB for organizing the educatiol tour for the students of remote border areas of Kokrajhar and Chirang. He hoped that the students would get the opportunity to learn many new things in New Delhi and Agra, besides coming in contact with the people of that part of the country. He also said the students of remote places had limited knowledge and ideas as they were confined to a small area.

The Commandant of the 16 Bn SSB, AKC Singh said they had arranged the study tour for the students of border areas so that they could acquire knowledge. He said 10 students of border areas of Kokrajhar and Chirang had been sent to New Delhi on Thursday. He also said that they would visit Red Fort, Akshar Dham, Lotus Temple, Jawaharlal Nehru University, NCRT Complex, Qutub Mir, Delhi Metro, Vigyan Bhavan, India Gate, Parliament House, Conught Place, Raj Ghat and Jama Masjid, Agra Fort, Taj Mahal, Agra University, Fatehpursikri and Mathura, the birth place of Lord Krish.

The students were mainly from Ultapani/Saralpara of Kokrajhar and Malivita of Chirang district, both border areas with Bhutan. A cultural programme was also arranged before their departure where the SSB personnel presented Bodo, Assamese and Hindi traditiol dance, besides singing songs in various languages.

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