State Level Essay Competition
Girijananda Chowdhury Institute of Management & Technology (GIMT), Tezpur has organized a state level essay competition for the students of class IX to XII.
The topic for the essay competition is 'Role of Technology in National Progress/ৰাষ্ট্ৰীয় প্ৰগতিৰ ক্ষেত্ৰত প্ৰযুক্তিবিদ্যাৰ ভূমিকা'.
The participants can submit their essays either in English or Assamese within word limit of 1500-2000.
Essays should be submitted in clean handwritten or typed form in a single file (preferably in pdf format). In the first page the participants should mention his/her name, postal address, Email ID, phone number, name of school/college, standard (class).
The last page should contain a signed declaration about originality of the essay by the participant.
In case of online submission the soft copies should be sent to the following email ID: email@example.com. In case of postal submission the essays should be sent to the 'Coordinator, Essay Competition, GIMT Tezpur, Kunderbari, Dekargaon, Sonitpur, PIN- 784501(Assam).
The last date of submission of the essays is 30th January, 2019.
The organizing committee has informed that the winners of the competition will be awarded with attractive cash prizes, certificates as well.
For more information competitors may contact over phone numbers 9864044013, 9706592961.
24 Nov 2008 - 2:42pm | Manoj Kumar Das
Veteran folk Singer Khagen Mahanta and his wife Archana Mahanta enthralled the crowd at Assam Day celebrated at Lal Chowk, Pragati Maidan today. In a rare showmanship the mass entertainer sang like, there is no another day. The crowd of 3000 plus swayed and responded to his call for participation. His green numbers of 70s were still in vogue with the crowd mostly comprising of youth and students.
Assam Day is celebrated every year at Pragati Maidan coinciding India International Trade Fair to propagate the rich cultural heritage of Assam. Assam's industrial infrastructure and policies are also highlighted to entice investment to the state.
9 Apr 2008 - 2:07am | editor
Bangladeshi has make it plain that it will not allow any 'inimical' forces to set up their base on its soil and evinced keen interest to exchange exchange of intelligence and information with New Delhi. Speaking at the sidelines of the BSF-BDR meeting in New Delhi Bangladesh Rifles (BDR) Chief Major General Shakil Ahmed said there will be timely exchange of information regarding criminal activities near the border so that timely action can be initiated. The BSF figured the issue of rebels operating from Bangladeshi soil after probe into blasts in Uttar Pradesh pointed towards involvement of militant groups like Harkat-ul-Jehadi Islamia. Ahmed said they are aware of the inputs of Indian territory to perpetuate crimes in Bangladesh.” We do try to evolve a system to deal with the criminals as soon as they perpetuate the crime, he said".
23 Apr 2017 - 8:35am | AT News
The Saturday evening OPD clinic at Guwahati Press Club was conducted by four senior Homeopathic physicians namely Dr SK Das, Dr Susanta Malakar, Dr Gayatri Dutta Barua and Dr Ramanand Gupta. The camp witnessed over 35 participants who also took the opportunity to check their blood pressure and sugar in the camp. Open for the members of the press club along with their dependants, the camp was assisted by Manish Bhattacharya.
The next OPD (29 April) will be conducted by Dr Debajit Basumatary (Medicine) from Dispur Hospitals. Similarly, the 6 May clinic will be graced by Apollo Chennai Hospital’s senior gynecologist Dr A Vinutha. She will also deliver a talk on various women related ailments at the press club auditorium prior to the camp.
It may be mentioned that the pioneer press club of northeast India had launched the unique healthcare initiative in August 2016 with initial supports from Dispur Hospitals’ managing director Dr Jayanta Bardoloi. The acclaimed hospital also conducted the first evening clinic at the club premises.