HAILAKANDI, Oct 12: Minister for Environment and Forest, Parimal Suklabaidya unveiled the statue of Founder Headmaster K. Kulachandra Singha of Nimaichandpur Higher Secondary School in the presence of Deputy Commissioner, Keerthi Jalli, Inspector of Schools Rajiv Kumar Jha and large number of people of the area here on Friday. Coinciding with the 86th birth anniversary of the Founder Headmaster, the school management and development committee (SMDC) chose to express their long awaited gratitude towards him by erecting a statue in the school premises.
Addressing the gathering as chief guest, Minister Suklabaidya expressed his profound happiness for being invited to such a noble function and spelled out the initiatives of the present state government in creating a congenial academic atmosphere and bringing transparency in recruitment of teachers. Deputy Commissioner Jalli, in her address, exhorted the people to tread on the path shown by Singha. Inspector of Schools, Jha praised the principal and teachers of the school for achieving 79% pass percentage in HSLC exams and 67% in AHSEC exams this year. Jha urged the teachers, SMDC members and students to dedicate themselves fully to attain cent per cent success in HSLC and HS exams, which would be a fitting tribute to the noted educationist
District BJP president, Subrata Nath expressed his readiness to extend all his support for the infrastructural development of the school. Earlier, president of the reception committee cum president, SMDC, Iqbal Hussain Mazumdar welcomed all the dignitaries and threw light on the radiant personality. Principal of the school, Kamrul Barbhuiyan offered the vote of thanks.
Notably, Nimaichandpur HS School was established in the year 1959 by K. Kulachandra Singha, B.Sc, B.T. His interest in philanthropic activities and deep urge to uplift the status of people of the backward Sudarshanpur area did not allow him to accept the easily available lucrative career options some 60 years ago. “Due to his painstaking efforts and academic acumen, many of the proud alumni of the school are serving in different parts of the globe today,” said Jha.