68th Independence Day celebration at Palzor Stadium

68th Independence Day celebration at Palzor Stadium
Sikkim Chief Minister Pawan Chamling unfurled the national tricolor Friday at the Palzor Stadium to celebrate the  68th Independence Day of India.
High-level officials of the state government, along with students and people from all walks of life witnessed a grand parade exhibition to mark the significant day. The audience was treated to some excellent display of drills by the Army and Sikkim police, martial art demonstrations by Sikkim police personnel and cultural programmes by students.
The chief minister also presented police medals, state meritorious service awards, commendation certificates and awards to Class X and XII board examination toppers. The awards went to Sikkim Police Mahila Platoon for overall best platoon,Sir Tashi Namgyal Senior Secondary School for Best NCC boys platoon and Tadong Senior Secondary School for Best NCC girls platoon.
In his address, Chamling extended warm greetings to the people of Sikkim and also paid rich tributes to freedom fighters of the country. He used the occasion to caution the general public on the propaganda of misinformation being engineered by certain sections of vested interest groups to disrupt the sincere efforts of his government. Urging people to stay clear of such subterfuge, Chamling called upon the Sikkimese people to remain fully responsible of their actions and to work collectively for the welfare of the state. (IPR)

Chamling awards board examination toppers with Rs1 lakh cash prize

Class X and XII board examination toppers from government schools of Sikkim were Friday awarded a cash prize of Rs1 lakh and certificates by Chief Minister Pawan Chamling on the occasion of the 68th Independence Day celebration at Palzor Stadium in Gangtok.
The chief minister informed the policies and programmes initiated by the state government in the education sector and noted the awards is among the initiatives to encourage students to focus more on their academic performance.
Chamling further said society makes an impact on the minds of the people, especially the youth, which he termed as Internal Generation Mobility. The thinking capacity of the people becomes limited to the society where they are born and brought up in making them incapable of thinking beyond. The chief minister urged the students to widen their horizon of learning and to think beyond the society in which they live. (IPR)

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