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Foundation Day of Nitaipukhuri Hamchandra Dev Goswami College observed

The historic and a front line educational institute of Sivasagar district Nitaipukhuri Hamchandra Dev Goswami College has observed its 45th of Foundation Day on July 1. In this occasion, various programme were held which was presided by Rajani Kanta Dutta, the Deka Satradhikar of Aaoniati Satra Devanandra Dev Goswami joined the event as a chief guest. Retired professor of Sivasagar college Dr Krisna Kumar Mishra attended the event. 13 people who dedicated themselves in the establishment of the collegewere felicitated by the college aouthority. A Sovenir named 'Subasita Lagno' was also inagurated by poet Rameswar Konwar. The college was establised in the year of 1965 on bank of Buri Dihing river

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