Published On : Wed, Jun 18th, 2014

NMC felicitates 9 meritorious girl students

NMC School SSC Student Satkar News photos 18 June 2014 2
Nagpur News: Nine girl students of NMC-run schools, who achieved meritorious distinction in SSC Exam 2014, were felicitated by office-bearers and top officials of Nagpur Municipal Corporation on Wednesday. The function was held in NMC’s Panjabrao Deshmukh Hall. Chairman of Standing Committee Balya Borkar presided over the function. Municipal Commissioner Shyam Wardhane, Additional Commissioner Hemant Pawar, Deputy Commissioner R Z Siddiqui, Assistant Commissioner (GAD) Mahesh Dhamecha, Headmasters of concerned schools, teachers and parents were also present on the occasion.

Chairman of Standing Committee and Municipal Commissioner felicitated the nine girl students by offering them floral bouquets and Tulsi saplings. Similarly, Headmasters and teachers of those schools which achieved 100 percent results were also felicitated by the dignitaries.

Chairman of Standing Committee Balya Borkar, Municipal Commissioner Shyam Wardhane, Chairperson of Education Committee Chetana Tank delivered their motivational speeches and extended their best wishes to the successful students in their quest.

The programme was conducted by Coordinator of Education Department Sudhir Koramkar while vote of thanks was proposed by PRO Ashok Kolhatkar.

The NMC runs a total of 28 schools out of which 8 are Marathi medium, 11 Hindi medium, and 9 Urdu medium. Of these schools, 23 threw a result with 75 percent students passing the exam including 4 schools – Bar Sheshrao Wankhede Vidyaniketan, Sane Guruji Municipal Urdu Middle School, Pension Nagar Municipal Urdu Middle School and Kundanlal Gupta Nagar Municipal Urdu Middle School – achieving 100 percent results.

Ruchika Dhole of Durganagar Municipal Marathi Middle School scored 90.08 percent marks while Manisha Patle of Valmikinagar Municipal Hindi Middle School and Rozina Tarannum Mohd Hussain bagged 90 percent marks and 88.8 percent marks respectively. Similarly, 43 students took their tally of marks to over 80 percent.