From a Correspondent
TANGLA, November 6: Udalguri Girls’ Higher Secondary School, one of the premiere institutions for women’s education in greater Udalguri area, will celebrate its golden jubilee with a three-day programme from November 10 to November 12 at the school premises.
As per the agenda, the programme will be begin with flag hoisting by Ripen Daimari, working president of the golden jubilee celebration committee, followed by homage to the departed souls related to the institution by Manik Ch. Sarmah, former president of Udalguri district committee of Axam Xahitya Xabha while Hemal Basumatary, vice-president of the committee will initiate the tree plantation programme.
An inter-school games and sports competition will be iugurated by Hareson Daimari, sports pensioner of the State Government, followed by inter-school literary competitions to be iugurated by Jatindra Kumar Sarmah, retired Principal of Udalguri Higher Secondary School. A semir on the topic ‘Role of teachers, students and parents and public in the development of education’ will be held from 1 pm onwards on the first day where Dr. Bhim Prasad Sarmah of Tezpur University and Dr. Anjali Daimari of Gauhati University will participate as resource persons. The first day will be over with prize distribution ceremony and cultural programme in the evening.
The second day will begin with alumni meet and felicitation programme for the alumni of the school. State minister and president of the celebration committee, Rihon Daimari will iugurate the interaction programme of the alumni and teachers on the occasion while a cultural evening will also be held.
The last day of the golden jubilee celebration will begin with the multi-cultural procession to be flagged off by Rameswar Boro, social worker, followed by open session which will be attended by BTC chief Hagrama Mohilary as chief guest and Dr. Jatin Saram, Dean of Bodoland University and Dr. Dhapati Deka of Tezpur University as appointed speakers respectively.
Udalguri Girls’ HS School was established in the heart of Udalguri town way back in 1966 by a group of far-sighted social workers.