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‘Quality education must for development’

Six students of Manipur Creative School who cracked NEET-UG, 2022 were felicitated on Thursday.

ByIFP Bureau

Updated 8 Sept 2022, 5:10 pm

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In order to take part in the present trends of development, the state of Manipur including the minority Muslim community need to produce quality education instead of quantity education, said Md Raees Ahamed, coordinator of Manipur State Rahmani Programme of Excellence, Rahmani30.

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He was speaking during the felicitation programme of six students of Manipur Creative School who cracked NEET-UG, 2022. The event was held at its school premises located at Sermon Road, 5th Avenue, Dewlaland, Imphal East on Thursday.

He said under ‘Rahmani30’ programme many students, including students from Muslim community, have been able to crack various competitive entrance examination for the last three years.

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Raees said the core mission of Rahmani Foundation is to bridge the cultural divide between various religions so that communal riots can be prevented.

The state needs to bring an incredible result during the various competitive examinations and to bring the incredible result, unconditional support is needed from the people and the society. In a developing society the real asset is to bring out quality education, Raees added.

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