Nagaland

NSF, NSUI Congratulates HSLC & HSSLC 2021 Students

NSF, NSUI Congratulates HSLC & HSSLC Students

Kohima, July 21 (NEx): The Naga Students Federation (NSF), National Students’ Union of India (NSUI) Nagaland state, extended warmest congratulations to all the students who successfully cleared the HSLC and HSSLC examinations 2021 conducted by the Nagaland Board of School Education (NBSE). The results were declared in the afternoon of July 20th, 2021, with an overall pass percentage at 69.42% (HSLC), 69.37% (Arts stream), 74.39% (Commerce stream) and 91.35% (Science stream).

The NSF in it’s congratulatory note conveyed special congratulations to all who had done excellently better than the rest of the students by securing their respective places in the merit list. ‘The federation takes great pride in your achievements fuelled by your hard-work, dedication and sincerity. We wish you the very best of everything that life’s got to offer in all your future endeavours’, it said.

The federation implored the students to continue cultivating every single virtue that has brought them this far, and prays that they will continue to be an asset to the Naga people in general and family in particular even in the days and years to come.

Addressing all the students who stumbled at the hurdle, the Federation reminded that it believes in their abilities and that they will manage to come out triumphant in the next attempt. ‘Do not lose heart, keep fighting hard and success will come to you sooner than you expected’, NSF said.

Meanwhile, the NSUI congratulating the successful HSLC & HSSLC students, said that this is only the beginning of a new journey, and encouraged them to move forward with more enthusiasm and determination.

The Union also encouraged those who have not been able to get through this year and said failure is just an obstacle in life and one has to never give up and overcome those obstacles in life which will lead to a better reward in the end.

The NSUI Nagaland further conveys best wishes to all the students in their
endeavours.