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Monday, 9 June 2014

The 5th Graduation Day Celebrated

(Chief Guest and Distinguished guests standing for Marchang)
Gaeddu College celebrated its 5th Graduation Day on 7 June 2014. The occasion was graced by His Excellency J. K. Sharma, Consul General, Consulate General of India based in Phuentsholing.

The day was marked to honor and recognize the batch of under graduate students (the batch which has equal number of 121 females and 121 males) who are graduating from the college as ambassadors.  Also, it will remain significant in the history of college as the first batch of outgoing MBA students were equally part of the function.  
The chief Guest awarded the prizes and Certificates of Academic and Leadership excellence to the students as an appreciation for their tireless effort and achievement. The award broadly included:

  •   Award for Academic Toppers (Over all and individual Module
  • Award for Academic Leaders (Academic Representatives and Class Representatives    
  •  Award for Student Leaders: Presidents to Student Government (FERIC); Hostel Councilors and Coordinators to various clubs and forums.
  • Special Awards:  R.N Khazanchi Medal; Director General Medal for leadership; and Award for preserving National Dress code.
Mr. Jigme Yonten was honored with the highest award of R.N Khazanchi medal for excellent performance in academics, character and sports while Mr. Kuenzang Dorji was awarded Director General Medal for excellence in leadership. And six students were rewarded with a set of Gho and Kira for consistently preserving the culture and tradition. 
After having completed awarding the prizes and certificates, the Director General congratulated each and every graduating student for their academic success while he also reiterated about the importance of living with moral and professional values as more important than depending on the degree certificate alone. 
The function was organized by the office of the Deans of Student and Academic Affairs; Professors from different Universities of India attended the celebration besides the faculty and students of the college.

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