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GARO UNION SECONDARY SCHOOL, TURA

Introduction

The members of the All India Garo Union Regional Unit, Tura under the President ship, Lt. Lambert K. Sangma, Shri Chesterfield Marak General Secretary, AIGU, Tura Region and former Hon’ble Minister, Shri Charmingstar N. Sangma, EAC Shri Micheal Sangma, Shri Andrew Sangma, Shri Grithalson Arengh, Shri Larsen Sangma,Shri Barning Sangma,Smt Presaline SWangma ,Shri Gredalson Ch.Momin and Chuba Sangma was established Garo Union English school, Tura in 1987. The class of Nursery is started under the management of AIGU Regional Unit, Tura on some far rightness and courage  of men of visionary by the members of union at Hawakhana L .P School premises.

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Infrastructure

At the beginning of the establishment there was no own land and building. At first the classes was started at Hawakhana L.P School premises and shifted to present campus in 1994. The members of the Araimile Socio Economic Development Organization, led by smt. Stella Mary Sangma and Lt. Nipendro N. Sangma has donated the plot of land to the school. Shri Godfrey N. Arengh has also donated the plot of land from his own land to the school in 2005. I am heartfelt thanks to them for their generously donated. Without generously donated by them the school could not reach to such a high level. The infrastructure of the school is inadequate but year to year slowly improved.

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The Pioneers

Since it humble beginning with a handful of pupils and group of dedicated teachers who volunteer to taught in the school, these has been no turning back The school was fought through thick and thin and it was grown by leap and bounds. The school became a beam of light that has brought education to a large number of children. The institution takes pride in the fact that it has produce men and women who play important roles in various capacities in the community. The boast of institution of past and the founder managing committee members as mentioned in the introduction. Shri Chesterfield Marak is said to be patron of the school.

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