Tripura Tribal Welfare Minister inaugurates new building of Borok International School

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Agartala, Aug 10, 2022, ENEWSTIME Desk /ICA

Tribal-welfare-Tripura-International-SchoolUnder the centrally funded scheme called Special Economic Development Package, for NLFT (NB) Returnees Group, a newly constructed building of Borok International School was formally inaugurated by the tribal welfare minister Rampada Jamatia on Wednesday (Aug 10) at Hokutwisa (Dhumachera) under Longtharai Valley subdivision of Dhalai district Tripura.


Among others, MLA Diba Chandra Hrangkhawl, MDC Sanjoy Das and other dignitaries were present.


Addressing the gathering there the tribal welfare minister said, for accomplishing various development activities and promoting such purpose, our concentration and application should be initiated through moral education in a democratic manner.


He said, the present sanctioned and disbursed 10 per cent fund of the total budget to respective Village Committee or Panchayat office as per population status for all round development following all norms. It is a priority of the present government to establish educational institutions of various disciplines.


The tribal welfare minister further said, it is everyone’s responsibility that skilful and talented children are identified and taken care of, so as to encourage the families of rural and remote habitations for coming forward in every field.


enewstime-Tribal-welfare-Tripura-International-SchoolIn the context of Borok International School also the minister urged all specially the teachers and guardians to extend their co-operation in promoting this school as an ideal residential school.


MLA and BAC chairman of Mani RD Block Diba Chandra Hrangkhawl, in his speech, reminded and urged the school management committee that quality and value education should be ensured in the school.


It is to be noted that Borok International School was established in 2013 and our of Rs. 6 crore sanctioned under the said package, so far Rs. 1.5 crore has been spent for construction purpose. Construction of other buildings is under progress.


The existing infrastructure consists of 2 staff rooms, 8 class rooms with 110 students and 17 teaching and non-teaching staff. The construction work has been implemented under the supervision of RD department.


Among others present on the occasion included ADM, Dhalai district Ajit Shukla Das, joint director of tribal welfare department Vanlaldika Darlong, senior leader and social activists of Japahamkrai Motha, Buchuk Borok, Ananta Debbarma and Daniel Borok and alike.


The programme was organised by tribal welfare department in association with Japahamkrai Motha former Returnees Group and School Management Committee.