11th Nov 2017 10:11:PM State
Eastern Sentinel Arunachal News

ITANAGAR, Nov 11:

 

Deputy Commissioner, Capital Complex, Prince Dhawan asked students to dream big early in life while they are still in school. He was speaking at the cultural programme of the 9th All Arunachal Private Schools Association (AAPSA) talent search 2017 being held for the third time at Donyi Polo Vidya Bhawan, Itanagar on Friday evening.
 

Asking students to be good citizens and to devote their wholehearted attention to whatever they do—be it studies or games and sports or any other positive activity, he advised the youngsters to channelize their energy in socially fruitful work.

 

Dhawan also asked the teachers and principals to guide the students dedicatedly.

 
AAPSA is an umbrella organisation of both state government recognised and some CBSE affiliated private schools of the state with an active membership of 35 schools.


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