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Assam, Mizoram, and Tripura Shine in NSS Awards Recognition

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Friday, September 29, 2023
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Assam, Mizoram, and Tripura Shine in NSS Awards Recognition
President Droupadi Murmu Honors Northeastern Volunteers with NSS Awards for Outstanding Service
New Delhi - September 29, 2023
In a prestigious ceremony held at Rashtrapati Bhavan, President Droupadi Murmu conferred the National Service Scheme (NSS) Awards for the year 2021-2022. These esteemed accolades, initiated by the Union Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, recognize remarkable contributions made by individuals and institutions participating in the NSS program.

The awards ceremony celebrated the dedication and selflessness of six outstanding individuals from the northeastern region, who were honored for their exceptional voluntary service. Among the recipients, three hailed from Assam, one from Mizoram, and two from Tripura.

Dr. Mitali Kathkatia, a Beacon of Service:
Dr. Mitali Kathkatia, an esteemed figure from Dakshin Kamrup Girl's College in Mirza, Assam, was recognized in the "Programme Officer" category. Her unwavering commitment to the NSS program and its mission left an indelible mark, earning her this prestigious honor.

Assam Shines with Sajish Ali and Banashri Kakati:
Two dedicated volunteers from Assam, Sajish Ali and Banashri Kakati, received well-deserved recognition for their outstanding contributions as NSS volunteers. Their tireless efforts in community service exemplify the spirit of volunteerism.

Joseph Vanlalhruaia Sailo, the Pride of Mizoram:
Joseph Vanlalhruaia Sailo, a dedicated NSS volunteer from Synod Higher Secondary School in Aizawl, Mizoram, stood out for his exceptional dedication to community welfare. His contributions earned him accolades and applause from all quarters.

Tripura's Ali Debnath and Subrata Saha Shine Bright:
Ali Debnath, associated with The ICFAI University, Tripura, and Subrata Saha, representing Ramthakur College, Agartala, West Tripura, were both honored as NSS volunteers. Their dedication and exemplary service in the NSS program were celebrated during the ceremony.

The recognition of these dedicated individuals and their institutions underscores the vital role played by volunteers in shaping communities and fostering a spirit of service across the nation.

Education Minister of Assam, Ranoj Pegu, expressed his heartfelt congratulations, stating, "Kudos to 3 @_NSSIndia volunteers from Assam, namely Dr. Mitali Kathkatia, Programme Officer; Banashri Kakati, Volunteer; and Sajish Ali, Volunteer, on being conferred with NSS Award 2021-22. My heartiest congratulations and may their achievements inspire others towards social service and nation-building. My best wishes."

These NSS Awards not only honor outstanding service but also serve as an inspiration for others to join the noble journey of social service and contribute to nation-building.