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Students urged to march ahead

The Tangla college unit ABSU (All Bodo Students' Union) organised Dr. Bashiram Boro memorial fresh men social ceremony of Bodo students at Bordoloi Bhawan of Tangla on Monday.
Prof Krishna Basumatary in  his key-note speech Basumatary urged students to dream of highest goals and march ahead with dedication.He observed that students should know their strong points develop skills and hone them to be sucessful.

Lawrence Islary General Secretary ABSU graced the event as chief guest. In his lecture he recalled the history of the growth of Bodo literature. He reiterated the role played by ABSU in upliftment of education scenario among the Bodo community. He exhorted students to follow the pathway of sucessfull Bodo people like Harishankhar Brahma and Ranjit Shekhar Moshahary .He called for economic,social and political development of the Bodos .He reiteirated ABSU's initiatives like holding career counselling,motivational programme and civil service tutorial programmes for the upliftment of students of BTC region. 

Attending the programme as appointed speaker Tenzing Bodosa an organic tea planter whose tea garden holds the certification as the world’s first elephant-friendly farms by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF). 

 

Bodosa spoke on his journey from being a school drop-out to establishing an organic tea processing unit. He spoke on the harmful effects of chemical pesticides used in farming lands. He exhorted the stidents not to be swayed away by trend and come forward to pursue farming as a career.

Others present include Kabin Boro President ABSU Tangla unit along with Dr. Rita Boro,Nripen Boro,Someswar Boro teachers of Tangla College.

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Recipient of The Annual Colosseum Awards 2014 & 2015 (by The Assam Tribune group), Shajid Khan is an Independent journalist based in Assam. He has contributed numerous political, socio-political stories for bountiful national,international as well as Assam based publications including The New York Times,Firstpost,The Telegraph. He also pens down analytic commentary on print and web based publications.

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