‘KHO’ children set precedent by excelling in AISSE exam

‘KHO’ children set precedent by excelling in AISSE exam

ITANAGAR, Jun 12: On their very first date with the AISSE examinations, the children from Kamphu Hollen Orphanage (KHO) under East Kameng district have excelled.

“It is indeed a day to remember and cherish as my children have secured good percentage in the AISSE exam in their maiden attempt,” said Renu Bengde, chairperson KHO.

KHO, a Seppa based orphanage, is home to around 25 orphan children, who reside under the motherly guidance of its chairperson.

Reportedly, five children passed the AISSE examination with flying colours while one got compartment.

“This is the first batch of class X students from KHO to pass out from different schools,” said a happy mother of 25 children.

Two of the students were studying at Oju Mission Itanagar, two at Kameng Presidium and one at Govt Hr Sec School, Seppa. Rest of 19 children also passed their respective examination in different grade from class I-IX.

Though one of the children got compartment but I am happy for all of them as they secured good percentage, said the chairperson.

She said, it is very hard to take care of all the children but the support from every corner of the district and various departments is worth mentioning.

“Since the contract with Oju Mission School has expired, the students will be admitted to some other schools for their further study,” she said while informing that she will try to get them admitted in science stream also if they qualify.

“I am trying my best to provide my children with quality education,” she said, adding that though she has to bear the cost of cloths, books and other needs of children, the good results always worth it.

Chairperson further extended gratitude to all well-wishers and the teachers from Oju Mission, Kameng Presidium and GHSS, Seppa for their support.

The total pass percentage of East Kameng district was just 3.98 where only seven students passed out of 176 in the AISSE. The kids from KHO have set a precedent that if there is dedication and proper guidance every child can pass any exam.


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