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Lanong stresses on commitment of teachers, students

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By Our Reporter

 SHILLONG: Terming Education as an ‘antidote for criminal offence’, Deputy Chief Minister Bindo M Lanong said a change in the society can only be achieved through an active role of educational institutions.

Addressing a Parents Day programme at BK Bajoria Higher Secondary School here on Saturday, Lanong pointed out the alarming rise of crime against women and children in the state. “Crimes of every forms are being committed everyday and what is sad to see is that the women and children are being subjected to such crime in the most heinous way”, he added. While mentioning this fact, the Deputy Chief Minister has asked for a united and combined responsibility of each individual to do away with such ills of the society. “We need to have a society free from any criminal offence”, Lanong opined. Lanong also stressed on commitment of teachers and students in terms of teaching and learning. “Sincerity and commitment will make you someone someday”, he said.The programme includes dances, songs and short plays.The guest of honour in the programme was CBSC special coordinator Kushal Singh. Earlier School chairman BP Bajoria felicitated Mr. Lanong and Mr. Singh.

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