Thursday, August 7, 2014

Six-room building inaugurated for Ringhim Monastery

MANGAN, 06 Aug: A six-room school building under Multi Sector Development Program Scheme was inaugurated on Tuesday at Ringhim Monastery by  Zilla Adhakshya (N),  Anguli Lepcha in the presence of Chairman Sikkim Nationalised Transport, Pintso Lepcha and Sumitra Subba (Cooperative Society) amongst others.
The Pradhan Acharya, T Dorjee Lepcha welcomed the guests and gave a brief introduction about the Ringhim Monastery and thanked the Chief Minister, Pawan Chamling for providing the monastic school building and the promotion of Buddhism teaching in the district.
Further, he thanked the Chief Minister for extending financial assistance for building the monastery that was hit by an earthquake in 2011.The engineering report was then given by Assistant Engineer, HRDD. The newly nominated Chairpersons were offered Khadas by the dignitaries.
The Joint Director HRDD in his address informed the gathering about the construction of 17 school buildings under MSDP scheme in the district. He further thanked the Area MLA Lachen Mangan, TW Lepcha for providing Solar Energy water heaters in the monastery. He urged all the people to actively participate in the promotion of quality education in the district. The Zilla Adhakshya also addressed the gathering.
The SMC Ringhim Monastery School thanked the Chief Minister for all the help extended towards the committee.
Also present in the inaugural program was District Magistrate, TN Kazi (Chairperson MSDP), Panchayat Member Ringhim Nampatam, Joint Director HRDD, Sonam Lepcha, Sr. Welfare Officer, Assistant Engineer, Junior Engineer, School Management Committee Ringhim Monastic School, Officials from HRDD/SSA and local gentries.

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