Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad K Sangma distributed tablets for Class XII students today at a function held at Tura Government College Auditorium.
The tablets were distributed under the “Digital Learning Aid Scheme” for the year 2018-19 and so far about 4092 students from 48 schools of the area have been benefited by this scheme.
The Chief Minister advised the students to make use of the tablets in the right way which is beneficial to their school related learning activities and urged them to work hard by maintaining discipline and contribute to the progress and prosperity of the state in the near future.
Further, he urged the students to have a goal in their life so that they can become responsible citizens in future and take the state forward.
Conrad Sangma mentioned that whenever he was with his cabinet colleagues he always advised them to work for the people as if there is no tomorrow and asked them not wait for the last year of their tenure to implement welfare schemes in their respective constituencies.
The CM further stated that time was the most precious resource in the lives of people since time once lost will never return.
Co-Chairman, Meghalaya State Planning Board, Billykid A Sangma, Deputy Commissioner, West Garo Hills, Tura Ram Singh, Sub-Divisional Officer, Dadenggre Civil Sub-Division, Swapnil Tembe, Extra Assistant Commissioner, West Garo Hills, Dimse A Sangma, Principal, Tura Government College, Terence D Marak, teachers and students attended the function.