Imphal, August 18,
Forest and Environment Minister Thounaojam Shyamkumar yesterday laid the foundation stone for the improvement of the Moirangpurel High School under the ‘School Fagathansi Mission’ at Moirangpurel, Andro A/C, Imphal East.
Speaking as the chief guest of the function, Minister Shyamkumar lauded the ‘School Fagathansi Mission’ initiated by the Hon’ble Chief Minister under the Education Department. Stating that the mission is a long term vision of Chief Minister, he said that without education overall development cannot be brought in the society and the State.
He further said that good education is necessary so that our students, who are the future pillars of the State, can compete with the students outside the State. He said the mission will definitely help in shaping the future and improving the children.
Stating that the Moirangpurel High School is fortunate to have been selected under the mission, he said the Andro A/C has six government high schools, three aided schools, Azad Secondary High School and nine private schools.
The Minister narrated how within the last decade, he along with locals with the blessings of the elders of the constituency worked for the improvement of government schools in Andro, seeking central funds. He opined that if the speed of the work is maintained for the development of school infrastructures, then there will be no need for school development in another 100 years in Andro A/C.
Elangbam Sonia SDO, Keirao Bitra said she was astonished to see the infrastructure of the Moirangpurel High School. Stating that the students are fortunate to be studying in a school located at green environment, she said the school indeed deserves to be selected under the mission.
She also expressed her happiness to see the elders of the area and students in the crowd and urged the students to work hard with the blessings of the elders.
The function was also attended by Salam Shantakumar Singh, ZEO, Zone II, Ksh Johnson Singh Headmaster, Moirangpurel High School, M. Thoiba Singh, Social Worker, teachers and students of the Moirangpurel High School and elders of the area.
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