From our Correspondent
MANGALDAI, May 30: Jubilee Sarma Gautam and Adita Ghosh who appeared in this year’s Higher Secondary fil examition in Arts stream under AHSEC have brought laurels to Darrang district with their outstanding performance in the examition by securing positions among the top 10 positions.
Jubilee Sarma Gautam who appeared from Ranjit Sarma Academy, a private junior college, came sixth securing a total mark of 466 with letter marks in all the six subjects (Eng-92, Ass-94, Pol Sc-93, Anthropology-95 and Psychology-90). Eldest of the two children of Di Sarma, a private electrician and Alaka Bala Devi, an employee of the State Forest department and a resident of No.1,Bamunpara village near Mangaldai, Jubilee, while talking to this correspondent, attributed her grand success to regular study with a goal backed by the support, guidance and cooperation of her teachers, parents and friends. Jubilee expressed concern over the moral degradation of the present young generation and termed excess use of social media as one of its vital causes. She desires to guide the future generation in the right direction for which she wants to become a teacher. She plant to join Cotton College for graduation with Major in Sanskrit.
Adita Ghosh who appeared from private junior college Brilliant Academy of Mangaldai, secured eighth position scoring a total mark of 464 with letter marks in all the six subjects (Eng-94, Alt Eng-88, Anthropology-97, Logic-93, Edu-92 & Eco-92). Youngest of the two children of Sushanta Ghosh and Anja Ghosh, a staff of Kopati Tea Estate, Adita gave credit to her college teachers, mother, elder brother and friends for her significant success. Although Adita’s parents origilly hailed from Ishapur in Kolkata, she told this correspondent that she would never go back to her paterl land and wished to get admission in Cotton College with Major in Anthropology.
Minister for Fishery and Water Resource and local legislator Basanta Das congratulated both the toppers.