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Police Lines Adarsha High School rankes first in Tangail


Published : 24 May 2022 09:15 PM

Police Lines Adarsha High School became first at school level on the occasion of ‘Jatiya Shikkha Saptah-2022’ by Secondary Education Office. The institution has been declared the best under 14 categories including academic result, number of passed students, number of total students, teacher-student ratio, average standard of educational qualifications of the teachers employed, physical infrastructural facilities, administrative & financial discipline, celebration of national days, supply of drinking water & sanitation systems, library & science-lab, sports & co-education system, educational environment, multimedia class-rooms & computer-lab along with scout & girls’ guide activities in the institution. Mohammad Abdul Kader, the head teacher is also selected as the best teacher is from the same institution. The achievement made the students, teachers, guardians and concerned people related with this institution happy. The students became first in 9 categories. The head teacher said, Tangail is an educational city. The institution became first while there many old institutions of hundred years which made him happier. It is great to be the head of the institution. But the credit goes to all. The institution is doing better day by day with the close supervision and caring of the present Police Superintend (SP). We want to make the institution best in the country if we are supported more.

Sarkar Mohammad Kaiser (SP of Tangail) said, “Making of quality students depend on the quality teachers” as the president of the management committee. So, quality teachers have been appointed. Besides, regular guardians meetings are held. A student passes more times at home than in the institution. So, Gordian’s’ meeting is much important. Guardians need to be coordinated with these functions. Besides these we organize regular extra-curricular activities. We are serious to maintain the quality.

We are happy with the news. We are expected to go ahead more with the support of the students, teachers and guardians.