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AR flags in National Integration tour




In this image released to the press, the officials of 27 Assam Rifles (AR) with the students of Nitho Mount Theological College, Zunheboto.
 
Zunheboto, January 31 (MExN): The 27 Assam Rifles (AR) in a grand ceremony at Zunheboto with Major General Sandeep Singh, Sena Madel, Vishisht  Seva Medal, Inspector General Assam Rifles (North) flagged in the National Integration Tour organized for the students of Nitho Mount Theological College, Zunheboto. The tour was conducted by 27 Assam Rifles under the aegis of Headquarters Inspector General Assam Rifles and Headquarters 7 Sector Assam Rifles. The function was also graced by various civil dignitaries, NGOs and other important personalities of Zunheboto, stated the  AR in a press note
It also stated that as part of Military Civic Action a National Integration Tour for student of Nitho Mount. Theological College to Chennai and Kolkata was conducted from January 10 to 23. The team comprising of 12 students and seven faculty members was flagged off on January 10 by Brigadier H S Faujda, DIG Headquarters 7 Sector Assam Rifles. After an eventful and memorable journey of 10 days, on arrival to Zunheboto, the team was given a warm welcome by 27 Assam Rifles. Moreover, the students also shared their experiences and memories they had during the tour.
The note further mentioned that the students visited many religious places, historical monuments and also witnessed the Officers Training Academy at Chennai. Furthermore, it claimed that the students were “excited and satisfied with the entire trip and felt delighted to be part of a Country with such a rich history and grandeur”. “Many students had maintained diaries for the entire duration and have taken photographic memories to keep with them. They found the entire trip very educational and felt that it has expanded their horizon of their understanding of India as a mighty and prosperous nation,” it added.
“Major General Sandeep Singh, SM,VSM, IGAR (N) has reiterated that the Assam Rifles will continue undertaking such Military Civil Action Projects in future also which will enable the locals to witness the culture and tradition of other parts of the Country and foster the spirit of brotherhood unity and harmony,” the AR in the note affirmed.



In this image released to the press, the officials of 27 Assam Rifles (AR) with the students of Nitho Mount Theological College, Zunheboto.
 
Zunheboto, January 31 (MExN): The 27 Assam Rifles (AR) in a grand ceremony at Zunheboto with Major General Sandeep Singh, Sena Madel, Vishisht  Seva Medal, Inspector General Assam Rifles (North) flagged in the National Integration Tour organized for the students of Nitho Mount Theological College, Zunheboto. The tour was conducted by 27 Assam Rifles under the aegis of Headquarters Inspector General Assam Rifles and Headquarters 7 Sector Assam Rifles. The function was also graced by various civil dignitaries, NGOs and other important personalities of Zunheboto, stated the  AR in a press note
It also stated that as part of Military Civic Action a National Integration Tour for student of Nitho Mount. Theological College to Chennai and Kolkata was conducted from January 10 to 23. The team comprising of 12 students and seven faculty members was flagged off on January 10 by Brigadier H S Faujda, DIG Headquarters 7 Sector Assam Rifles. After an eventful and memorable journey of 10 days, on arrival to Zunheboto, the team was given a warm welcome by 27 Assam Rifles. Moreover, the students also shared their experiences and memories they had during the tour.
The note further mentioned that the students visited many religious places, historical monuments and also witnessed the Officers Training Academy at Chennai. Furthermore, it claimed that the students were “excited and satisfied with the entire trip and felt delighted to be part of a Country with such a rich history and grandeur”. “Many students had maintained diaries for the entire duration and have taken photographic memories to keep with them. They found the entire trip very educational and felt that it has expanded their horizon of their understanding of India as a mighty and prosperous nation,” it added.
“Major General Sandeep Singh, SM,VSM, IGAR (N) has reiterated that the Assam Rifles will continue undertaking such Military Civil Action Projects in future also which will enable the locals to witness the culture and tradition of other parts of the Country and foster the spirit of brotherhood unity and harmony,” the AR in the note affirmed.