Zilla Parishad students studying in primary and secondary schools do research all year round. His test was through examination. But physical and intellectual testing is done through sports and cultural festivals.
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Deori: Zilla Parishad students studying in primary and secondary schools do research all year round. His test was through examination. But physical and intellectual testing is done through sports and cultural festivals. The dormant qualities of small children are found in such a sports gathering. Today’s era is of modern technology. Hence, state Congress representative Sahashram Koorte said that it is the need of the hour for the students of the school to get modern technology based education through digital school.
Districts of Shawli taluka He was speaking at the inauguration of the cultural program of Secondary Division organized by the Swadeshi Recreational Board District Gondiya on Tuesday (D.29) at Senior Primary School. The program was inaugurated by Dr. Ramesh Taram, Chairman of Devi Agricultural Produce Market Committee.
Sharde sarpanch Prabhudayal Pawar, Upsarpanch Nilesh Shende, former Chairman Vasant Puram, Hitesh Dongre, Sanjay Gandhi Niruphar Yojana Committee chairman Shrikrushna Hukre, former ZP member Rajesh Chandawar, former Pt. Member Rameshwar Bhaakar, Social Worker Keshav Bhate, Dr. Ajay Umte, President of Tribal Co-operative Society, Manikbapu Achale, LJP President Sameer Qureshi, Tantumoon Samiti Chairman Sanjay Mehar, Police Patil Chandrashen Rahangdale, former Sarpanch Chaitram Dhurve, all teachers, teachers, non-teaching staff , Parents class, villagers and students were present. Corote said, “Teacher is working as a good citizen of the country, so people go ahead and help in the development of the country in many areas.” Recognizing the need of the hour, the students expressed their need to provide modern technology based education. District President Yashwant Bhagat presented the introductory speech. Principal Deepak Kapse said that the Chief of the staff, Sandeep Tidke, thanked him.