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                                                            Date: November 19, 2019

      The Annual Special Orientation Programme organized for the development of students was witnessed by the Chief Minister Dr. Pramod Sawant at Ravindra Bhavan, Sankhali today.
      The programme was organized by Sattari Urban Cooperative Credit Society and Taluka Level School Complex Committee, Valpoi. Students from Valpoi and surrounding areas showed their interest by participating in the orientation programme in large numbers.


Chief Minister Dr. Pramod Sawant said that there are ample opportunities for the students to excel in varied fields to achieve their goal in life. It is the teacher who builds the career of the students. Teachers should provide better orientation to the students, he added.
       Stressing on the importance of aptitude test, Chief Minister said the schools should start the practice of conducting aptitude tests, to analyse and help the students understand their field of interest. They can then excel in the field of their choice to achieve the targeted goal, he pointed.
       Highlighting the role of teachers as role model, Chief Minister emphasized that teachers need to evaluate the potential of every student and apprise same to the parents.  This can help the parents to motivate and guide and students to pursue education in the field of their liking.
        Chief Minister appreciated the efforts and the various initiatives undertaken by the Sattari Urban for providing required support in the field of education to the students.
        Present on the occasion were Shri Manoj Sawaikar, Asstt. Director, Education North; Adv. Yashwant Gawas, Chairman, Sattari Urban Cooperative Credit Society, Valpoi;  Shri Bhalchandra Bhave, Premnath Hazare, ZP Members, Smt. Rozy Fernandes, Headmistress, Bhuimpal High School, Farid Khan, Vasudeo Parab, Dr. Pakash Paryekar and others.
       Adv. Yashwant Gawas welcomed the guest.  Shri Gopinath Gawas compered and Mrs. Rozy Fernandes proposed the vote of thanks.