Skip to contentSkip to navigation

New building of Hatigarh school inaugurated

The new building of Bright Star School,situated in remote Hatigarh in Udalguri district was inaugurated recently on January 25 with day long programme.It needs mention that Hatigarh has been famous for tea garden and “Human-elephant conflict” for long years. The new building and school premise was formally inaugurated by J.K.Das,president,Udalguri District Journalists' Union at 11-30 am in presence of hundreds of students,teachers,guardians and distinguished people. Ranjit Tanti,Principal of the school ( who had been working as the president of ATTSA,Udalguri) introduced and welcomed distinguished people with gamochas.On the occasion, principal Ranjit Tanti spoke on the activities of the school which was established in 1992.He thanked the people of Hatigarh for offering them the school building and school premises,which had been once used by Hatigarh HS.He said his teachers would do best to impart good education including moral teaching of ethical values,teachinf of science and technology so as to remove blind believe and superstitions from the minds of people for a good society.The inaugural ceremony was also addressed by Sohrab Ali,Officer-in-Charge,Paneri Police Station; Mahesh Chandra Baishya,President SMDC;Abdul Rahman, HM, Hatigarh HS;Naresh Kalita, Bhaben Tanti etc.Amit Kumar Tanti,President,ATTSA,Udalguri district committee attended the inaugural ceremony as the invited guest.

Author info

Jayanta Kumar Das's picture

Environmental journalist.

Add new comment

Republish

Republish this content

Random Stories

Govt, GACDC talk development

22 Feb 2017 - 5:48pm | AT News
The Assam Government and  a delegation of Gorkha Autonomous Council Demand Committee agreed on a number of issues confronting the Gorkhas for years and resolved to address the concerns in a...

It's Auxesis time in DU

17 Sep 2014 - 6:31am | AT News
Dibrugarh University is in festive mood these days, all set to celebrate Auxesis, their uniquely themed annual techno-cultural cum management festival. Students are all excited and gearing up for...

Watery grave for minor boys in Kapili

7 Apr 2018 - 1:47pm | Dibya J Borthakur
RAHA: Two minor boys met watery grave when the duo along with a few others were going to bath in a river in Nagaon district on Saturday. The incident took place in Chapormukh area at around 11.30 in...