Education, Karimnagar, National, Telangana

Collector Pamela Satpathy informs students to work hard to achieve their goals

84 government schools achieve cent percent results in SSC when compared to 88 private schools in Karimnagar district 

Lauded the Venkat Foundation for encouraging students of government schools

Venkat Foundation distributes Rs 3,000 cash and gold medal to the government school students who secured 10 GPA in SSC exams

KARIMNAGAR, MAY 25, 2024: Venkat Foundation has distributed the third Gampa Vajramma Vidyapuraskar to the government school students who scored 10 GPA in the Secondary School Certificate Examinations recently.

A total of 120 students from Karimnagar and Rajanna-Sircilla, who secured 10 GPA in SSC examinations, were felicitated and presented a cash prize of Rs 3,000 each and a gold medal at a function organised in Karimnagar town on Saturday.

Collector Pamela Satpathy presented the medals and cash awards to the government school students. Congratulating the students for their excellent performance in the SSC exams, the Collector said that they could dream of having a successful career ahead by pursuing their higher education including Intermediate and later degree and other professional courses. She urged the students to work hard to achieve their set goals.

Appreciating the Venkat Foundation for encouraging the students of government schools, the Collector also informed the parents to support their wards to fulfil their dreams. Stating that the government school students have excelled on par with the private schools in the SSC exams, she said that 84 government schools have achieved 100 percent pass percentage against 88 private schools in the district.

She said that the government school students were excelling on all fronts. If they decide and focus, they would be ahead of any private school students, she stated and informed the students not to neglect their Intermediate education and focus on their goal and strive hard.

Peddapalli Additional Collector Shyam Prasad Lal called upon the students to progress in their career with discipline and fulfil the aspirations of their parents by settling in their chosen career. On this occasion, the Collector and Peddapalli Additional Collector felicitated the Venkat Foundation representatives and the head masters of respective for achieving cent per cent results. UPSC Civil Services rankers Nandala Sai Kiran, Kolanupaka Sahana, Venkat Foundation chairman Gampa Venkat, Vice president Jaya Ramulu, secretary Satish Kumar, Nagaraju, Venkat foundation representatives, students and parents were also present.





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