Manipur CM and EM extend wishes to students appearing Class X and Class XII examinations

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, February 13, 2020: Manipur chief minister N. Biren Singh and education minister Th. Radheshyam have wished students appearing Class X and Class XII examinations conducted by BOSEM, COHSEM and CBSE to perform successfully.

Biren in his message said, “I extend my best wishes to the students, who are appearing in the ensuing Class X and Class XII examinations being conducted by BOSEM, COHSEM and CBSE.”

No matter how crucial and important these examinations are in shaping one’s career, it is for the parents and teachers to facilitate and
ensure that students are not stressed out. These examinations should be seen as just another stepping stone amongst many others that we would face in our lives. It is one step of a long ladder which they have to climb to
achieve their dreams and ambition. We must realise that in each one of us, there could be a scientist, an engineer, a bureaucrat, a doctor, an artist, a teacher, an entrepreneur and so on, he added.

Radheshyam, in his message, said, “I extend my best wishes to over 75,000 students of the state who are appearing in the ensuing Higher Secondary (Class-XII) Examination 2020 High School Leaving (Class-X) Examination 2020 conducted by COHSEM, CBSE and BOSEM

on the 14th, 15th and 17th respectively. May you all come out in flying colours.

He also appealed to all the stakeholders to co-operate in ensuring fair and smooth conduct of the examinations.






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