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December 23, 2009

Bora lauds Ashadeep’s move to educate children

BARPETA, Dec 23: As a move to laud the efforts of Ashadeep Residential Bridge Course (RBC) to educate school dropouts and child labour affected students, State Education Minister Gautam Bora paid a visit to the RBC recently.

The study centre has carved a niche for itself in the district with sheer hard work and perseverance.
Bora, during his visit to the study centre, interacted with the students and gathered information about their activities. Bora was accompanied by Jania LAC MLA Abdul Khaleque and Barpeta district Sarba Siksha Mission Co-ordinator Bhupen Talukdar. The joint director of higher education was also present along with the education minister.

The RBC was established in 2004 and has been scaling heights at the national level with its good work of educating children.

According to reports, three students passed out from the centre in 2007-08 HSLC examination while two passed out in the 2008-09 HSLC examination.

This year, the number of students to take the HSLC examination is 18. At present, 175 school dropouts and children afflicted with child labour are studying in the study centre.

During his visit, Bora expressed his satisfaction over the centre’s work culture and assured help from his side for the development of the RBC. THE SENTINEL

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