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MInister commends schools for their cleanliness

Avinesh Gopal
Monday, January 20, 2014

EDUCATION Minister Filipe Bole has commended schools in the Northern Division for keeping them clean.

In an Information Ministry statement, Mr Bole said he was happy to see the development initiatives and progress of work for Khemendra Central School and St Bedes College.

Khemendra Central School headteacher Narendra Pratap said in the statement that the school looked forward to provide education to 760 students this year.

And with classes starting tomorrow, Mr Bole has reminded school heads on the need to ensure that schools are cleaned and prepared to welcome students.

Mr Bole also cautioned teachers to report to their respective schools before 8am today or have their salaries deducted.

He encouraged students beginning the new school term to study hard.

He reminded them of the government's commitment to ensure that every child in the country had access to quality education.


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