AASU fetes meritorious students
Like every year the Tangla College unit AASU in co-ordination with Tangla anchalik AASU (All Assam Students' Union ) feted the meritorious students who passed out last HSLC exam with flying colors.Gaurav Patowary 4th rank holder in HS Commerce and Dipankar Saha 10th rank holder in HS 2017 along with five Ph d. degree holders of the greater Tangla area were also feted on the ocassion here at the Bordoloi Bhawan premises on Sunday.
Attending the programme as chief guest Dr.Arupjyoti Chowdhury Dean of Krishna Kanta Handiqui State Open University said," Science and its inventions should be blessing for mankind but contrary to that the scientic advancent has been the luxury of the elite class far away from the common people due to detrimental policies of the government."
Speaking on the ocassion as appointed speaker Lurinjyoti Gogoi General Secretary AASU called on on the students for all round development. He said only academic education lacking moral and social ethics would not leave a mark of a person in long run. He lamented the government for adopting pro-policies for English medium students in TET recruitment hampering vernacular medium students. Earlier the programme was inaugurated by Jayanta Kr. Bhattacharya Assistant General Secretary AASU. The purpose of the medting was conveyed by Pranjal Deka. The programme was anchored by popular actress Munmi Kalita and artiste Partha Pratim Pathak. An interactive session was also held between the guests and students.In the felicitation programme as many as 308 meritious students who passed out HSLC with flying colors were feted with phulam gamosa,mementos.
17 Sep 2009 - 2:59pm | Jayanta Kumar Das
The alarming unnatural deaths of the wild elephants in the tea gardens of Udalguri district has been resented all over the state. So far four wild elephants have lost their lives and two narrowly escaped death in the district in the current year. A seven feet tall (10 years old ) female wild elephant has been found dead in the section No.25 of Orangajuli TE on September 17 at 9-30 am. According to eye witness, the elephant was seen moving with very weak movements in the morning. But it succumbed to death before the arrival of forest and veterinary personals. According to Bankim Sarma, DFO, Dhansri Division, Udalguri, postmortem had been performed by Dr..R.K. Chamua, VAS, Tangla. He further said that collected samples would be send for forensic tests to find out the cause of death.
On the other hand nature lovers and NGOs, engaged in the conservation activities have condemned the serial deaths of the wild elephants in the district. Members of Green Valley Forest and Wildlife protection Society (a Nonaipara based NGO) condemning the deaths said that government had not paid compensations to the members of the families who had been killed by wild elephants in the district. They also alleged that government had not been supportive to them although they had been doing much for the creation of awareness among the villagers. In the mean time WWF officials along with local NGOs have visited the site for solving the problem
11 Jun 2015 - 10:38pm | Hantigiri Narzary
Former Assam Minister and Kokrajhar east MLA Pramila Rani Brahma and villagers of Balagaon Bazar strongly comedown heavily on Powergrid Corportaion and protested the construction of high voltage electricity pillars through the villages under Kokrajhar Police station.
Villagers of Balagaon Bazar and teacher staffs of No.772 Balagaon LP school protested the construction of High Voltage of Power construction under POWERGRID through the villages of Kokrajhar area which will affects humidity and social integration in the area.
MLA Brahma protested the forcefully construction power pillars at the village and visited the construction site today and took stock of the situation.
She has strongly condemned the steps taken from Powergrid company to construct power pillars in the villages and termed that it was anti-people activity from govt itself.
She has demanded early stop of construction power pillars through humidity region.
Brahma has also warned to step strong measures against powergrid company if they do not stop their construction through villages in future.
21 Apr 2014 - 10:54pm | Jayanta Kumar Das
Udalguri district administration has completed all the arrangements for the peaceful conduct of the LS poll in the district under 8 Mangaldai HPC on April 24.According to Sadhana Hojai, District Election Officer cum Deputy Commissioner, Udalguri,three LAC namely- 64 Paneri,69 Udalguri (ST) and 70 Mazbat are ready for poll. Polling stations have been arranged and security has been tightened up in the district. LAC wise numbers of voters are-1,21,577 (male-62,857 female- 58,720) in 64 Paneri; 1,25,545 (male-64,287 female-61,258) in 69 Udalguri (ST) and 1,20,724 (male-63,369 female-57,355) in 70 Mazbat LAC.There are 3 zones (23 sectors) in 64 Paneri LAC; 2 zones (23 sectors) in 69 Udalguri LAC and 3 zones (24 sectors) in 70 Mazbat LAC as stated by District Election Officer Udalguri.
Though major part of 64 Kalaigaon LAC falls in Udalguri district but Election Commision has authorised District Election Officer,Darrang to conduct LS polls in Kalaigaon LAC. There are 1,44,365 (male-74,655 female-69,710) voters in this LAC. The LAC has been divided into 6 zones (23 sectors) with total 168 numbers of polling booths. In view of the ensuing LS poll, Udalguri district administration has declared the period from 5 pm of 22 April to 5 pm of 24 April as Dry Day in the district. Sale and possesion of any kind of liqures has been prohibited. By another order Sadhana Hojai,Deputy Commissioner,Udalguri has imposed Section 144 in the district and banned pillion riding till election is over.