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Advance workshop on renewable energy held at Tangla

A two days workshop on advance technology based renewable energy was inaugurated at Arunodoi Junior College,Tangla on October 6.The advance technology based workshop was organized by Arunodoi Junior College and Arunodoi Acaademy,Tangla for school going students of Udalguri district in association with Utkranti NSSC,IIT,Kharagpur.One hundred and fifty numbers of students from various schools of the district participated in the science activities which will continue till October 7.The workshop was conducted by Rajib Ranjan, specialist on Renewable Energy and Embedded System and Avinash Bhat, specialist on Embedded System.The workshop was inaugurated by Napoleon Daimari,principal,Arunodoi Academy,Tangla at 10 am.It needs mention that this has been the first ever hi tech advance science workshop organized at Tangla for school children.Speaking on the occasion Rajib Ranjan mentioned that ninety four percent of Solar energy had been wasted without any use and it is time people of the world started using Solar or other renewable energies as the sources of petroleum and coal etc would be exhausted by 2040 onward.Several distinguished people namely-Jayanta Das, District Coordinator,Aryabhatta Science Centres (ASTEC), Udalguri;Pranabjyoti Das,principal,Arunodoi Junior College, Tangla etc attended the inaugural session. Students of AA, Tangla namely-Alfred Rabha, Nishanjyoti Das,Chanakya Bhumij,Manasjyoti Boro, Jitumoni Nath,Aayurshree Misra, Meghali Sarania,Labhita Rabha and Nishanta Kashyap have been qualified to participate in the national level science competition,organized by Ministry of Science and Technology to be held in New Delhi in December 2017.

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