Himanta Biswa Sarma started delivery of scooters to meritorious students who passed the last higher secondary examinations on Wednesday . The scheme was awarded to 35,800 individuals, out of whom 6,052 are boys and 29,748 are girls .
Guwahati, Jan. 6: Himanta Biswa Sarma started the delivery of scooters to meritorious students who passed the last higher secondary examinations on Wednesday.The scheme was awarded to 35,800 individuals, out of whom 6,052 are boys and 29,748 are girls, under the Pragya Bharti scheme.Boys were required to pass a minimum of 75% in the Assam Higher Secondary Education Council's higher secondary examinations to be considered for the award, whereas girls were required to pass 60 percent.Do not miss out on this year's Assam AHSEC QuestionSample Papers, Available Here.Toppers Preparation Tricks to Score 99+ in Boards,Check Now.According to a source, the rest of the districts will be distributed by December.Mr Sarma said at the conference that it was a monumental achievement in the lives of those who made it to the list of recipients for the Dr Banikanta Kakati Merit Award.For their tireless effort and devotion to the task, the society gives it a reward and blessing.Gauhati Medical College And Hospital Announces New Infrastructure Projects. Meritorious students should always aim to touch the earth.Mr Sarma said that limiting your aspirations to grade-3 and grade-4 jobs in the future would be a waste of talent.Also Read Assam: A Mumbai-based company promises Rs 150 Crore in the first Private Funding for the Government Medical College, the government said.The government will begin testing the possibility of introducing electric scooters to recipient students beginning next year, and this will save students money on fuel, he said. He said that this will help them cover their commutation and other related expenses, encouraging women interested in post-graduate studies to apply for the same in the portal that will be launched by the Department of Education in a few weeks.