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Tangla student to present science project in the national NCSC meet in Gujrat

People of Udalguri have welcomed Ishan Barua of Asom Jatiya Bidyalaya, Tangla,who will present his science project in the NCSC (National Children Science Congress) national meet to be held in Gujrat at Gandhinagar from December 28 to 31.Ishan has been selected as a member of the 25 member Assam NCSC team at the state level NCSC meet held at Kokrajhar from October 25 to 28 for his project titled "Preservation of tomato by indigenous method",which was appreciated by scientists at Kokrajhar session.Ishan is the son of Nabajit Barua and Lanita Barua,residents of Ward No 4 in Tangla town in Udalguri district.Gunidhar Boro,principal and Manjul Barua teacher of Asom Jatiya Bidyalaya.Tangla expressed satisfaction at the selection of Ishan for national level session.According to them the selection of Ishan would inspire more students of the district to participate in scientific activities in future.The Udalguri District Journalist Union and Aryabhatta Science Centres of Udalguri district committee congratulated Ishan Barua for his selection in the state NCSC child scientist team.

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