Arunachal: Nyishi Elite Society adopts seven government-run schools

Arunachal: Nyishi Elite Society adopts seven government-run schools

NES executive members distributed power generators to three adopted schools to provide uninterrupted power supply to the poor students of these Government schools.

Nyishi Elite Society adopts seven government-run schools Nyishi Elite Society adopts seven government-run schools

In a mission to Robust School education system in Nyishi Inhabitat districts Nyishi Elite Society adopted seven Government schools. 

The apex body of the largest tribe of Arunachal Nyishi, Nyishi Elite Society went on a two-day tour to visit their adopted schools & dedicated power generators, entrance gate building, computer sets and dedicated boys hostel to the Government schools of Sagalee, Pakke Kesang and Pabua school of Seppa.

NES executive members distributed power generators to three adopted schools to provide uninterrupted power supply to the poor students of these Government schools and assured provide the same for the other remaining 4 adopted schools. 

Firstly NES executive members led by its Vice President Tarh Tabin visited Higher Secondary school, Sagalee on 23 rd November to donate one Honda power generator as disrupted power supply due to load shedding in Sagalee township was a matter of concern for the school authorities & also hampered the online official work. 

After inspecting the Sagalee school, Nyishi Elite Society Executive members dedicated an Entrance Gate to the Government Higher Secondary School Pakke Kesang funded by NES.

On 24 November NES executive members reached one of their adopted Pabua Secondary Schools, Seppa of East Kameng district where they inaugurated the Boy's hostel building funded by NES through the Government. 

Tarh Tabin, Vice President of Nyishi Elite Society informed that NES adopted seven schools across Seven Nyishi Inhabitat districts of Arunachal Pradesh. Tabin appreciated the concerned contractor to complete this RCC boys hostel building in a record time of six months without compromising the quality of work. 

Vice President Tabin highlighted the initiatives of NES in improving the education scenario of the Nyishi Inhabitat districts & mentioned that since 2004 NES encouraged the respective toppers by organizing felicitation cum award programs in various examinations of the state. The second step taken by NES was to provide free career guidance cum counselling to the aspirant candidates of various competitive examinations. The third step taken by the Nyishi Elite Society was to adopt seven deprived Govt Schools in all the seven Nyishi Inhabitat districts. 

“We are very fortunate that the Government of Arunachal sanctioned a huge amount of 5 crores to improve the basic infrastructures of seven adopted schools by NES. After hectic discussions and planning, we judiciously provided the mentioned fund as per the requirements of all the seven adopted schools.
NES took the important initiative to revive the defunct hostel system in these schools as it will impart discipline & study culture among the students from a poor backgrounds with deplorable home conditions.
We act as a monitoring team to look after the proper judicious use of the allocated funds for these schools. Regarding drug usage by youths from 2019 NES started a drug-free campaign in collaboration with ANYA & ANSU’’ Tabin added. 

Tarh Tabin informed that due to health issues President NES Bengia Tolum was unable to attend this inspection tour of adopted schools and mentioned that under his leadership for many years NES performed several initiatives to uplift the Nyishi community but never advertised in the media. Tabin added that our fatherly figure Bengia Tolum is now DR Bengia Tolum as Bharat Vishal University honoured him with Doctorate in Peace and Education in doing distinguished service in the field of social-cultural integration of Arunachal Pradesh.

Heri Maring, General Secretary NES stated that the usage of drugs led to spoiling our young generations & youths who consume drugs don't recognise their own parents, relatives, and teachers and ultimately they kill their own life. Marin advised students to stay aloof from consuming drugs or alcohol. 

According to GS NES  students are the backbone and future of society, family, community and nation as well and urged the students to prepare themselves to shoulder the responsibility of their parents, community and nation.

NES and EkSWCO assured that they will jointly construct the school boundary wall soon. 

Biyuram Wahge local MLA of Pakke Kesang appreciated the initiatives of Nyishi Elite Society for a dedicated entrance gate to the Government school of Pakke Kesang. Wahge overwhelmed by this gesture of NES as Pakke Kesang is a newborn district inhabiting Nyishis & small generator & one computer set to this new building of a school with a beautiful entrance gate will bring a change in the study life of the students of this school adopted by NES 

Tapuk Taku, MLA of Seppa East thanked the executive members & Chief minister Pema Khandu for sanctioning the amount of 1.20 crores for the construction of the boy's hostel and kitchen building at Pabua Higher Secondary school of Seppa the headquarter of East Kameng district. 

Local MLA assured to sanction funds for constructing teacher quarters by next financial year as to improve the education scenario the proper accommodation of teachers is a must in interior schools of our state.

Bharat Sonam Chairman of East Kameng social welfare culture organisation(EKSWCO) extended its gratitude towards NES for this gesture of Dedicating an RCC building for boys' hostel at Pabua secondary school and also a power generator for the poor students. 

Sonam also mentioned that this first time ever in the history of government schools to get tiles equipped well-constructed boy's hostel within a span of six months.