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Students of Daffodils school felicitated

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  9 May 2016 12:00 AM GMT


SILCHAR, May 8: Three students of Daffodils school have been felicitated today in the premises of Cachar High School. Since its inception in the year 1994, the school has been steadily climbing the ladder of success. The three students Subhadeep Purkayastha, Rumma Akhtar and Daisy Pathak participated in a tiol Level Fevicol Science Project Challenge that took place at Mumbai. The students have been felicitated by an organization ‘Youth against Social Evils’.

Others who were present on the felicitation ceremony include, Sanjib Roy, president of the organization, Sourindra Kumar Bhattacharjee, an eminent academician, Shankar Choudhury, and Partha Bhattacharjee, both retired head teacher of Cachar High school. Subrata Dey, principal of Daffodils School spoke highly about the achievement of the three students. Others who spoke on the occasion told that they have brought glory to the school. They mentioned it in particular that the main motto of the school is all-round development. They want their students to shine in every aspects of life. Co-curricular activities like science exhibition, debates, semirs and speeches are very important for the all-round development of a student.

Daffodils School is the first and the only school from the entire north eastern region to compete and win in the competition. Daffodils school was among the top six that were selected for the competition and the school fought hard to secured a place as a runner-up. The competition was held among 1200 schools from the different parts of the country.

Along with the three students, Medhangsh Jain, has also being felicitated, a local boy who made it big in the world of tennis. He has been selected as a winner in an under-12 talent search for budding tennis players. He is a student of sixth standard, studying at Sarla Birla Gyan Jyoti School.

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