Thursday, July 29, 2021

Dy CM, others congratulate successful HSLC, HSSLC candidates

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Dimapur, July 20: Deputy Chief Minister, Y Patton congratulated the successful candidates in HSLC and HSSLC 2021. Patton said that it is through hard work and determination that one tastes the fruits of success.

He further wished them all the successful candidates the very best in their future careers and encouraged those who could not get through this time to give their best shot next time and not to get discouraged, “because with failures we learn to sharpen ourselves better.”
The Commission for Education Diocese of Kohima (CEDOK) has congratulated and expressed appreciation of HSLC and HSSLC students who cleared the NBSE examinations.
It said the academic year 2020-21 was marked by the unprecedented lockdown due to pandemic when neither schools were equipped nor the teachers and students were prepared for online teaching and learning. However, the result shows that hard work and determination can overcome any barriers to the pursuit of learning even in this pandemic time, it added.
CEDOK wished bright future for the successful students by choosing the right career in their life. CEDOK also expressed gratitude to NBSE for successfully conducting the Board exams and bringing out the result in spite of the unfavourable situation that existed during and after the exams.
The Naga Students Federation has congratulated all the students who successfully cleared the HSLC and HSSLC examinations 2021 conducted by the Nagaland Board of School Education (NBSE).
It also congratulated all who had done excellently better than the rest of the students by securing their respective places in the merit list. “The federation takes great pride in your achievements fueled by your hard-work, dedication and sincerity. We wish you the very best of everything that life’s got to offer in all your future endeavors,” a press release issued by the Federation said.

To all those who stumbled at the hurdle, the Federation said that it believe in their abilities and that they would manage to come out triumphant in their next attempt. (Page News Service)