Passed  Out  Students  Felicitated , Sohra December 12 th , 2012

The  Hon’ble  Chief  Secretary  of  Meghalaya, Shri.W.M.S. Pariat  felicitated  today  the  First  three  students of  Larsing  Khongwir Memorial Presbyterian School  who  cleared  their  last  H.S.L.C  Examination 2011  in  the  2nd Division in  the presence of  Shri.C.V.D Diengdoh, IAS, Sub-Divisional Officer( C), Sohra  Sub-Division at Larsing Khongwir Memorial Presbyterian School, Mawsmai, the first school in Khasi & Jaintia Hills that was  ever  established by  the missionaries.

Speaking on the occasion, Mr.Pariat highly congratulates these students for their dedication and hard work. He added that Higher Secondary Schools in Meghalaya are less in numbers and we are not at par with other states in the country. He lauded the tireless efforts and the service rendered by the members of the School’s Managing committee in reviving the school back to what it is now. He stressed upon students about the need of hardwork, determination and dedication towards their studies and be at their best so as to attain higher posts in the society. He urged upon one and all to avail the benefits offered by the government through programmes which were specially organized for the youth. He handed over the prize to the felicitated students.

Addressing on the occasion, Mr.Diengdoh said that it is through   some kind of exposure that would motivate students to earn success through hardwork, devotion, discipline and dedication. He concluded by saying that ‘Success depends upon performance of students along with teachers’.


Shri.P.Sohkhlet, Secretary of Mawsmai Presbyterian Church gave a short speech on the school.

Shri.K.Khyriem, Elder of Mawsmai Presbyterian Church  who chaired  the occasion  welcomes  those presence with a prayer  while Shri.S.Pyngrope, member  of  the  School  Managing  Committee  offered  the  vote  of  thanks.                  


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