The commencement of the Class 10-12 board examinations in the northeastern state has drawn the participation of over 60,000 students distributed across 68 examination centers. This significant academic event, spanning until March 6, is a crucial juncture for students as they undergo a rigorous evaluation of their knowledge and skills.
Leadership figures, including Nagaland Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio and Deputy Chief Minister Y Patton, have conveyed their best wishes to the students. Chief Minister Rio’s message emphasizes the importance of dedication, focus, and confidence during this period, extending hopes for good health and success. Deputy Chief Minister Patton echoes these sentiments, underlining that success is not confined to grades but encompasses the holistic journey of learning and personal growth.
Furthermore, tribal students’ organizations, such as the Naga Students’ Federation and Eastern Nagaland Students’ Federation, have joined in extending their support and well-wishes to the students. This collective encouragement from political figures and student organizations highlights the communal effort to create an environment that fosters success, motivation, and resilience for the students undertaking these critical board exams.