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Group discussion competition

The Assam College Teachers' Association (ACTA)'s Golaghat Zone Women Cell in association with Golaghat Commerce College have jointly organised a Group Discussion Competition at Golaghat Commerce College on Saturday.

Participants from eight colleges  took part and discussed several relevant topics such as Digital India: A Drive Towards Mobile Governance, Role of

Students in Creating Awarness Against Witch Hunt, Need for Media Censorship in the Present Day Context, Impact of
Semester at Under Graduate Level etc. The competition was conducted by Lecturer Meghali Saikia. Many students took part in the same .

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