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Artang’s middle school celebrates 50 years

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Dr. Ngangshi K Ao releasing a souvenir during the golden jubilee celebration of government middle school of Artang in Mokokchung on June 14.

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Mokokchung, June 14 (EMN): The government middle school of Artang celebrated its golden jubilee with Dr. Ngangshi K Ao, Member of Legislative Assembly (MLA) as the chief guest and Imti Tzudir as the special invitee at its school premises on June 14.
The MLA in his address said educational institutions are like a factory where raw materials are processed-refined-finally made into well-furnished goods to build the nation. In this regard, he asserted that the future generation depends on the factory machinery or the teaching methodology of teachers to produce assets or reliability for the society.
Asserting that education should be holistic, Dr. Ao also opined that just learning what is printed is not enough for the students but implementing the knowledge they have gained in real life and making themselves employable should be the method of education.
Further, he said that present generation seek directions to lead tomorrow’s future. Therefore, he reminded the teachers that the present generation future will be determined by how they are groom today. While congratulating the GMS Artang for attaining golden jubilee, MLA also advised the stakeholders of the school to look torward transforming the school into an ideal place.
Also, the special invitee Imti Tzudir applauded the school authority for the hard work and planning for the grand jubilee celebration. He said Jubilee is a time to look back to retrace the weakness and look forward with renewed strength to achieve the future goal.

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