North Kashmir students grab all gold medals at state level talent hunt in SKICC

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Barooj Afzal from Sopore, student of Shah Rasool Memorial Welkin School Sopore along with Abdul Majeed from Bandipora, student of Sainik School Manasbal bagged a gold medal each (highest score from all categories) in the state level talent search test. The award was handed over by the chief guest, member of parliament from Baramulla, Muzzafar Hussain Baigh.

Newlight Education & Environmental Service Foundation (NEESF) along with Newlight Education & Environmental Society (NEES) Sunday celebrated Annual Grand Award Function Ceremonial event here at SKICC Srinagar, in which two students from north Kashmir bagged both medals that were up for grabs

 

Barooj Afzal from Sopore, student of Shah Rasool Memorial Welkin School Sopore along with Abdul Majeed from Bandipora, student of Sainik School Manasbal bagged a gold medal each (highest score from all categories) in the state level talent search test. The award was handed over by the chief guest, member of parliament from Baramulla, Muzzafar Hussain Baigh.

 

The talent hunt by NEESF-NEES is held in the month of December every year to expose the talent of the school goers. The achievers are rewarded by a certificate and a memento. Besides students, schools are also awarded by the organisers.

 

 

NEESF-NEES is the only state government authorized non-academic educational project approved upto 10+2 level. NEESF-NEES is a learnt and only permitted organization rendering an excellent service in education sectors especially TALENT SEARCH TEST PROJECT in division level. The method and standardization of testing system is very important for the benefit of student community, as the best test analysts of our state simplify this non-academic testing series  The analysis of this result indicates general & specific intellectual skills and other important quotients in student and facilitates the Education Department and Institutions to take necessary remedial measures as recommended by the Board of School Education.