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A book entitled “Are you a Student?” release

KANGPOKPI, Dec 11: Elite School publications, “Are You a Student” a book written by Th. Jeremy Kipgen was released in a simple function held at Elite Hr. Sec. School, Kangpokpi yesterday.

The book, a product of the author thoughts and opinions about how a student should behave and live a good discipline was released by Dennis Misao, principal, Lighthouse School, Kangpokpi.

Dennis Misao speaking at the function appreciated the author and publisher in bringing out such valuable book for the welfare of the student community that can motivate their ways of character and learning.

He also said that the book is a great anthology of tale and distribution of idea and imminent in a short and simplest form for the student communities which can heighten aspiration students to adventure for impressively better.

The Author of the book Th. Jeremy Kipgen while speaking at the releasing function said that the book is a simple guideline and more of an instruction to the present day school students so that they can bring about change in them and become a better person with each new day even if that be a little.

Seikhojam Kipgen, Principal of Elite Hr. Sec. School noted that the society is fleeting through a critical phase of indiscipline, unruliness, carefree-life, etc. which causes bottomless affect to the society before adding that the book provides a fine-looking insight to learning and in larger perspective, one’s conduct in life.

Lauding the author of the book the Elite School Principle articulate his hope that the book will unquestionably bring back the student community to their sense and give the kiss of life to their natural responsibility of being what they are.

12-Dec-2014 / Correspondent / 1 Comments

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Reuben Tuboi

13-Dec-2014 | 07:21 PM

Gone thru the book... indeed a wonderful piece of writing.. written in a very simple language, easy to understand n very helpful not only for the students but for all the teachers



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