Crescent Classes felicitate NEET & JEE Qualifiers

Srinagar: Cresent Classes has extended warm felicitations to the JEE & NEET-2021 qualifiers who outshined with brilliant success from Jammu and Kashmir.
The grand felicitation ceremony of Qualifiers was held today at Cresent Classes campus at Naseem Bagh with the speakers and faculty highlighting the role of Cresent Classes in reaching out to the students’ community in Kashmir with evolved processes of career pursuits. Those present on the occasion were G N Var Chairman Coaching Centres’ Association, Manzoor Ahmad Wangoo Chairman Kashmir Welfare Trust & Moral & Relief Council of PSAJK, Shabir Ahamd Mir, Vice President PSAJK & Chairman RP group of Schools, Er. Mohammad Shahid Dar Director Cresent Classes and Mohammad Shakeel Dar Chairman Cresent school.
“It is the hard work and dedication of Cresent family, teachers and students who have worked hard to bring laurels to the State.” This was stated by G. N. Var who was chief guest on the occasion. He appreciated the efforts of the teachers engaged in this coaching centre.
“Results are important but equal credits are importance to the level and quality of services that are being provided at Cresent classes,” he said
He said that in addition to the already established such coaching centres in Srinagar, Anantnag and Baramulla, one such centre should be established in each district of Kashmir division for their contribution to the education sector.
Speaking on the occasion, Manzoor Ahmad Wangnoo said that “At Cresent Classes, focus on building a strong foundation of character, knowledge and concepts among students for their success, provide an excellent platform for the preparation of competitive exams and board level education.”
The speakers while distributing mementos said that teachers are builders. “Cresent classes is taking all possible measures to revolutionize the education sector in Kashmir region, especially the career related courses,” Shabir Ahmad Mir said
“Kashmir is known for its talent and intelligence. All we have to do is make arrangements and platforms for the young kids who can avail of the facilities and compete in the national level exams. We have to channelize their energy,” said Er. Mohammad Shahid
The guests also encouraged and suggested all those students who couldn’t make it to NEET or JER this time, shouldn’t lose their heart but should work hard to make it to this competitive exam next year.

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