AC Institution of Malda tops the list of best schools in state

29 Aug 2018

Students, teachers and guardians of Akrurmoni Coronation Institution have reasons to rejoice as the school topped the list of secondary and higher secondary schools aided or sponsored by the state government,  according to a report published by the state secondary education department.
The school would be awarded in a programme in Kolkata on September 5, the national teachers’ day where Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and Education Minister Partha Chatterjee are likely to be present.
Out of 11 schools that found place in the list AC Institution has an enviable record of producing innumerable successful students for over a century.
Sunity Academy of Cooch Behar, Mahesh Ramakrishna Ashram School in Hooghly, Paramrishna Mission Vidyapith in Purulia and Bardhaman Municipal School in east Bardhaman district are among first five best schools respectively.
“We are delighted of course but accepting the recognition with humility. The credit goes to the combined effort of students, teachers, guardians and all patrons who helped the school to be the state’s number one school,” said Chanchal Jha, headmaster of the institution.
Tapas Biswas, district inspector of schools – secondary education (DIS-SE) said, “The unbeaten and uniform academic performances by students of AC Institution in secondary and higher secondary examinations consecutively for last four years have brought the laurel.”
“Besides, the school has ensured a proper academic environment and infrastructure suitable for a model educational institution,” Biswas remarked not hiding his pleasure at the success of a school located in the district where he is at the top of secondary education.
Nihar Ghosh, MLA, English Bazaar and an alumnus of AC Institution was  happy too. “AC Institution generously contributed to my making as a citizen. The recognition of the school by the state government is not only just but also shows that the state government has been relentlessly monitoring the state government schools without any bias in sheer academic interest,” Ghosh said. (EOIPC)