57 students of the Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya Eligibility Examination conducted by the Central Government have been selected in the backward and rural areas of the district. These students were honored by the Zilla Parishad.
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Gondia: 57 students of the Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya Eligibility Examination conducted by the Central Government have been selected in the backward and rural areas of the district. These students were honored by the Zilla Parishad.
The Chief Executive Officer, Dr. Chaudhary, presided over the program organized on Thursday. The king was kind. Education Committee Chairman Ramesh Ambule, Education Officer (Prath) Ulhas Narad was present on the occasion. Dr. Dayanidhi, the Central Government established Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayana in 1986 in order to provide quality and quality education for all facilities to the rural students. It should be benefitted by more and more students in the rural areas, as well as through the all-round development school, every student has to reach the top post. Ambule admired, successful students, parents and teachers.
Out of 57 eligible students, 57 students were present in the program. This included two Divya students, Kriyaanwarlal Baghelay and Dhanashree Yograj Bisen. Two of Amgaon taluka, one in Arjuni-Morgaon taluka, one in Deori taluka, four in Gondia taluka, 13 in Goregaon taluka, three in Sailakasa taluka, seven in road-Arjuni taluka and two in Tiroda taluka. Raja Dayanidhi, Ramesh Ambuay, Ulhas Narad, were conferred with the testimonies and the flowers of Gulab.
Operations made by beat conquering. Thanks to Balkrishna Bisen. Kuldipeka Borkar, Dilip Baghele, Manojkumar Shenmare supported the program. The successful students were accompanied by their parents, teachers, school management committee members and some village sarpanches.