AIMT celebrates media fest
Annual media festival of Asian Institute of Management & Technology "Convenster 2016" was held on October 27-28, organised by the department of mass comunication. The event saw a great enthusiasm and zeal among college students of the region for participation in various events like Pictogram (Photography competition), Jingle Making , Radio Jockeying, Act like Charlie(one act based on Charlie Chaplin), Ignited 6.0 (a panel discussion on “has digital media taken over conventional media and Quiz. The students of the department showcased their skills in not only in the competition but also in the cultural evening.
The panelists for Ignited 6 were, Mrinal Talukdar (Senior Journalist DY 365), Bikash Kalita (pioneer of e-book in Assam), Suresh Ranjan Goduka (Journalist), Sushanta Talukdar (Journalist), Sangeeta Kakoti (Associate Professor, Arya Vidyapith College).
Chakrapani Parashar of News 18 and Rituraj Borthakur of The Assam Tribune were awarded upcoming Journalist (Electronic and Print) award.
22 Jun 2010 - 10:34pm | editor
Rajib Lochan Pegu and Siddique Ahmed sworn-in as parliamentary secretary in Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi at a function held on Tuesday at Dispur.
12 Dec 2015 - 3:49pm | AT News
A prize money debating competition will be held on the topic of "Mutual divisiveness is the prime impediment in securing the future of indigenous people" on January 10, 2016 at Gauhati Commerce College Auditorium, Guwahati. The competition is open for all students from Class XI to those pursuing Post Graduate studies. Participants can speak in either Assamese or English. Best debater will be awarded with Rs.10,000 and Rs.5,000 for second best debater. The last date of submission of entries is December 15. Interested participants can contact for further details 9864570051 or 8749843983 (Whatsapp No : 9864626265) or through e-mail : email@example.com. The competition is being organised by Axom Jatiya Gana Xangram Parishad.
8 Feb 2014 - 3:19pm | AT News
The government has no dearth of schemes. But these have not percolate benefits for the poor people, said Narendra Modi.
Addressing a huge rally at the Veterinary College Playground on Saturday, the BJP’s prime ministerial candidate said that if MNREGA is there why lakhs of unemployed people are there in the state? He said that these schemes are really not meant for the general people.