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Namrup: A skill development workshop drew huge response in Namrup after the Institution of Engineers  India -Upper Assam Local Centre organized it on Monday.

Organized jointly with Namrup Town Committee, the workshop was presided over Chandrama Baruah, a noted Northeastern  fashion designer. In her speech she  said, "through this skill developing workshop on Tailoring where every women can do work for their self respect earning. "

Around 22 candidates participated and the number of participators are expected to increase in a day or two since many encouraging women are in touch with the organizers.

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National Environment Awareness Campaign held

8 Jun 2012 - 10:31pm | Dibya J Borthakur

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