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    the main aim

    Hi!
    "our main goal is the benefit of the students"
    "students' benefit is the main end" - which of them is better to choose as a motto? Could give me some more versions.
    thanks a lot.

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    Re: the main aim

    Quote Originally Posted by muhiddin View Post
    Hi!
    "our main goal is the benefit of the students"
    "students' benefit is the main end" - which of them is better to choose as a motto? Could give me some more versions.
    thanks a lot.

    ********** NOT A TEACHER **********


    Muhiddin,


    Maybe something like:


    Student welfare is our top concern

    ********** NOT A TEACHER **********

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