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Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Financial aids to poor and sick students at Kalaigaon

 Financial aids to poor and sick students at Kalaigaon
Thaneswar Malakar,DC,Udalguri is seen awarding financial aid to a critically ill girl

Durgat Kalyan Nyas (DKN) a Kalaigaon based social organization distributed financial aids to ten meritorious students of Darrang and Udalguri district,who could not persue higher study due to financial problem. The organization also distributed financial aids to seven numbers of critically ill patients at the same function,named “Anya Ek Sadichar Abeli”at Kalaigaon on July 9. Founded in 2007 under the guidance civil servant DN Hazarika,DKN has been offering helping hands to numbers of poor and critically ill people. Lohit Chandra Nath,secretary DKN welcomed all the guests,students,patients and people at the beginning of the programme,which was organized at Kalaigaon Circle Office premises at 2 PM. DN Hazarika, founder of DKN presided over the programme.

Attending the programme as the chief guest,noted writter Thaneswar Malakar, Deputy Commissioner,Udalguri in his speech thanked the members of DKN, Kalaigaon.He also thanked its founder president DN Hazarika for his good and timely initiative in the matter.He remarked that our society is very much thankful to a few honest civil service officers who had been doing all the good works for the society unnoticed by the people.According to him Assamese literature had very much been enriched by the Assamese civil service officers during pre independance era.He appealed all to contribute at leat something minimum for others particularly for poor and critically ill people of the society.In this regard he advised people also to plant trees for wild birds and animals.He explained that the animal and birds would be vanished if people do not provide food and shelter for them.According to him a civil service officer could very much excelerate the pace of welfare in the society if he could mobilise public support and cooperation.

Several distinguished people namely-Nabin Chandra Boro,District Education Officer, Kokrajhar; social worker Kami Ram Saharia of Kalaigaon; Ghateswar Barua,of Tangla College; Dr.Ram Chandra Deka of Sipajhar College etc also spoke a few words on the occasion. The ten meritorious students who had been awarded an ampunt of rupees of two thousand each were- Pulin Deka,Lipika Kalita,Biju Daimari, Nitumoni Sarma,Dipjyoti Sarma,Himjyoti Tamuli,Binita Deka,Umesh Kumar Deka, Nazima Begum and Abhijit Rabha and the seven critically ill patients who had been awarded an amount of rupees three thousand were-Chandrama Deka,Mangali Daimari, Junu Nath,Bipin Chandra Boro,Pranita Nath,Phuleswari Boro and Nirada Boro.

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