'Students exhorted to bridge student-teacher communication gap'
TANGLA: In an unique initiative to encourage the students excel in their examination,noted Assamese short story writer and former HoD of English,Tangla College,Jayanta Kumar Chakravarty offered a certificate of appreciation and cash reward of Rs.5000 to the 2015-2018 batch English department topper,of the college,Anindita Baruah along with feting her with a phulam bihuwan at a ceremonious event held in the department of Tangla College at Tangla in Udalguri on Saturday. HoD of English,Prof. Subhra Ghosh presided ovee the event which was attended by Vice-Principal of the college,Dr. Anjali Chakravarty along with the other teachers and students.Speaking on the ocassion Jayanta Kumar Chakravarty exhorted the student for bridging the student-teacher communication gap. He also asked the students to pursue their subjects not only to secure good marks but also gain knowledge and encouraged them to excel . "Students should march ahead with by hardwork,determination and dedication which are the keys to sucess,” said an elated Anindita who aspires to be a teacher and is pursuing her post-graduation from Tezpur University. She further added that Prof. Chakravarty who retired from his meritorious service life last year had announced that he will reward the department topper every year and he kept his promise.
27 Feb 2015 - 7:28pm | Hantigiri Narzary
Resignation within BPF continue in BTAD region on ticket distribution, senior leader and secretary of BPF Niren Roy today resigned from secretary portfolio decrying for party nomination from Koch Rajbongsi community in the ensuing council election slated to be held by April next.
Roy speaking the reporters at Kokrajhar press club BPF has not saw good response on his community and owing moral responsibility I am compelling to resign from secretary portfolio for the greater interest as I could not able to fulfilledment of the community in the floor of the BPF ax they are expected from me.
1 Apr 2017 - 12:30pm | Bobbeta Gogoi
A massive rally in Guwahati city in Assam on Saturday sounds bugle against the Bangladeshi illegal migrants and their undeclared protectors to save the nose of the indigenous lots amid an aroused din for a change in the cut off year.
Led by AASU, the protest rally was joined by thirty other organizations representing the various ethnic groups where the prominent faces of the rally in the Latasheel Playground refused to compromise the base year to detect and deport the immigrants.
Flashing banners and festoons, around ten thousand protestors struck to 1971 as base year despite simmering demand by a number of newly born outfits to change it to 1952.
The protestors shouted slogans vehemently opposing the move to amend the Citizenship Amendment Bill, 2016 calling it a conspiracy to co exist with the non Muslim immigrants to ensure a safe passage in the stageyan pool of election.
Pouring on his hot steam of voice against the people in question and the ruling clique, AASU adviser Dr Samujjal Bhattacharya warned of dire consequences if the illegal settlers remain on the soil of Assam or not pushed back.
“Enough is enough. We won’t bear the burden of more Bangladeshi people who have been posing the last threat to our land, culture and demography. We want these people who came after the cut off year must go back,”said Dr Bhattacharya amid a defeaning din of slogans.
The tardy and tedious process of updating the NRC also echoed with equal anger and optimism in the rally which is significant at s time when the Supreme Court is set to hear a plea challenging 1971 as the cut off date in the Assam Accord.
7 Mar 2012 - 2:54am | editor
The Manab Adhikar Sangram Samiti on Tuesday urged the Assam government to emulate the chief ministers of West Bengal, Odisha, Bihar and Tamil Nadu and oppose the National Counter Terrorism Centre (NCTC).
MASS general secretary Dilip Patgiri told said that the proposed NCTC is against the federal structure of the Indian constitution and there is no need for creation of such a body.
He said that Assam did not require any draconian law as most of the militant and separatist groups have come ahead for negotiations with the government.