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Chief EMO's Address in the Morning Assembly

posted Mar 17, 2015, 8:49 AM by Dorji Nedup

On 8th March, the Chief Education Monitoring Officer (EMSSD), Ministry of Education, Madam Phuntsho Choden addressed the gathering during the morning assembly.  Students and staff in general felt honored and privilege to see the presence of the Chief Education Monitoring Officer and her team members.

The chief EMO in her address to the gathering congratulated all teachers and students of Yebilaptsa MSS. She said that the school has been gradually showing positive indication of improvement academically including GNH scorecards aspects. Indeed, it was good news and a great source of inspiration for the Yebilaptsa MSS family. The school felt connection to what the Chief EMO said with our performance. In 2014, out of 127 students who appeared for class X common examination, 60 of them qualified for higher studies in government schools.  Thus, our school has 50% of class X students qualifying for higher studies as per 2014 academic result. That was 8% improvement made in class X result with compare to 2013 result. In the same vein, the school administration also would like to join hand with the Chief EMO to sincerely thank all teachers, students and support staff of YMSS family for their unprecedented support and cooperation rendered towards aligning our school’s performance with school’s vision and mission.

To maintain same spirit and to move at par with other high performing school, the chief EMO urge teachers and students to work harder to reach at the excellence level.  She reminded the gathering that with deep commitment and hard work, the school will definitely reach at the excellence level one or other day.

Towards her concluding speech, the Chief EMO reiterated that students must know the very reason and purpose of coming to school. Students were reminded to inculcate good values and acquire lots of skills in their life. And for this, the Chief EMO reminded students to get necessary support and guidance from teachers.  Students must ask questions and clarified their doubts for effective learning.