Students to be more serious and studious

Speakers at a function here on Tuesday urged the students to be more serious and studious to acquire knowledge to face the challenges of 21st century.

“The meritorious students will have to come forward with the attitudes to lead the nation towards development and to achieve the desired goals of the country by making best use of their merits and talents”, they said.

They said this in a reception accorded by Ahammad Uddin Shah Shishu Niketan School and College (AUSSNSC) of the town here to evaluate the success of the brilliant students who obtained GPA-5 in SSC and got scholarships in class eight and class five from the institution this year.

The institution authority also gave reception to the
guardians of the meritorious students in the function.

Mahbub Ara Begum Gini, MP, attended the ceremony and
addressed it as the chief guest and deputy commissioner M
Shahidul Islam was present as the special guest.

Terming the brilliant students as the asset of the country,
local lawmaker Mahbub Ara Begum Gini, MP, asked them to devote
themselves in nation building after completing their respective
academic career and to help materialize the dream of digital
Bangladesh as per vision 2021 declared by Prime Minister Sheikh

She also urged the teachers’ communities to be more
professional and laborious to build the students as worthy
citizens of the country and to produce more brilliant students
through turning the institutions into real knowledge acquiring

Presided over by Professor Muhammad Ramzan Ali, principal of
the AUSSNSC, in the chair, the ceremony was also addressed, among
others, by chairman of the college governing body and trustee
board Shahjada Anwarul Quadir, vice principal Professor Mazharul
Mannan, GB members Advocate Sekendar Azam Anam and engineer AKM
Ashrafuzzaman and student Ishrat Ara Gani.

Later, the chief guest distributed sticks of flower, crests
and saplings of fruit bearing trees to 136 meritorious students
in the function.

A large number of students, teachers, guardians, members of
the civil society and political leaders including journalists
attended the function.


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