Monday, October 31, 2011
Saturday, October 29, 2011
The silver jubilee celebration of Kalaigaon College has begun on October 28 at Kalaigaon and will continue till October 30.Hoisting of college flag by Arabinda Das,Principal,Kalaigaon College and silver jubilee flag by Maheswar Boro (ex-MLA),Chairman of Kalaigaon College GB marked the beginning of the celebration at 8 AM on October 28.Other 25 flags were also hoisted at the same time indicating the completion of glorious 25 years of Kalaigaon College.Dandi Kumar Boro,inaugurated the 'Swahid Bedi' at 8.30 AM followed by inauguration of college main gate by Maheswar Boro at 9.00 AM. It needs mention that Boro had donated the necessary amount for the construction of the college main gate. Lwmsraw Daimari,EM,BTC, inaugurated the new 'Silver Jubilee College building' at 9.30 AM. Speaking on the occasion Daimari expressed hope that Kalaigaon College would be able to achieve its goal to be a leading college in the state. Plantation of trees was another important programme of the day.Four noted social workers of Kalaigaon,namely-Mahendra Saikia,Rajat Kalita, Kali Ram Basumatari,Tapeswar Deka and Shariruddin Ahmed planted a tree each in the college campus.
A three day's book fair cum exhibition was also arranged on the occasion which was inaugurated by noted writer Thaneswar Malakar,Deputy Commissioner, Udalguri at 11.30 AM. Malakar thanked organizers for organizing the book fair and exhibition along with the silver jubilee celebration. He requested students to make a habit of reading good books.Lwmsraw Daimari, EM,BTC; Dandi Ram Rabha, MCLA,BTC;Maheswar Boro, Chairman of the silver jubilee celebration committee also attemded the book fair inaugural ceremony. Noted scholar,writer and poet Idris Ali released the souvenir “Abhigyan” at 1 PM. Alumni convocation was inaugurated at 2 PM.Bodo scholar Dhireswar Bodo Narzi inaugurated the first day's cultural programme at 7 PM.
Friday, October 28, 2011
Thursday, October 27, 2011
One Pabitra Baro (27) son of Gajen Baro of Bhehguri village under Kalaigaon PS died today due to electrocution at Tengabari village near Kalaigaon.According to information,Pabitra Baro father of a two and half years old girl was working at ASEB Kalaigaon office (on rental basis) for last two years.While he was repairing LT line at Tengabari today unexpected flow of current due to negligence of ASEB Kalaigaon office,killed him instantly on high poles. People agitated against ASEB for not attending the spot till evening.
Wednesday, October 26, 2011
The 19th National Children's Science Congress (NCSC) Assam session was successfully concluded at Narayanpur town from 13 October to 16 October. 262 child scientists from 27 districts of Assam presented their science projects on the focal theme -Land Resources :Use for prosperity ,Save for Posterity.25 numbers of child scientists from among all the child scientists have been selected on the basis of their performances to represent Assam in the national level NCSC session to be held in Jaipur (the Pink City) from December 27 to January 1,2012. The selection of Barasha Deka,a class nine student of Kalaigaon Girls High School as the only child scientistist from Udalguri district has been hailed at her home town.She presented her project on the sub-theme “Use of soil as preservative” had been appreciated by scientists at the state level session at Narayanpur.
Barasha is the daughter of Upen Deka and Chitralekha Deka of No.2 Kalaigaon. She prepared the project under the guidance of Chitra Kalita and Biswajit Deka,both assistant teachers of Kalaigaon Girls HS.Thaneswar Malakar,Deputy Commissioner,Udalguri congratulates Barasha Deka at her success.It needs mention that a ten member child scientists team from Udalguri districtattended the state level children;s science congress at Narayanpur (Lakhimpur) under the guidance of District NCSC Coordinator Jayanta Kumar Das.