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Monday, October 31, 2011

Unknown face of a beautiful Rabha girl

Reflection: Sarania Kachari women of Assam

Beautiful Rabha girls of Tangla

Beautiful girls of Kalaigaon College

Garo girls Assam

Girls of Kalaigaon College singing Chorus

Spectacular sky over Kalaigaon

Wild beauty near Kulsichouk

Cultural procession on the occasion of Silver Jubilee of Kalaigaon College

Cultural procession on the occasion of Silver Jubilee celebration of Kalaigaon College

Biju Das receives felicitation on behalf of her father-in-law freedom fighter late Pani Ram Das

MB road, Kalaigaon in Assam

Naamghar at Letekupukhuri,Narayanpur in Assam where Madhab Deb was born

Saturday, October 29, 2011

Silver jubilee celebration of Kalaigaon College begins in Assam



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.

Me and nature: A black moth ,looking as like as the petal of a red flower

Thursday, October 27, 2011

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Wetland near Guwahati Airport

Deepawali at Kalaigaon

Autumn morning near Kalaigaon

Kalaigaon child scientist to attend National level NCSC.



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.

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Road to the cremation ground of freedom fighter Pani Ram Das and his wife at Kalaigaon

Cremation ground of noted freedom fighter of India Pani Ram Das (L) and his wife Kanak Lata Das at Kalaigaon in Assam

Beautiful wetlands near Guwahati Airport

LGNB International Airport,Guwahati

Beautiful grass land near LGNB Airport ,Guwahati

This was the place where Madhab Deb composed verses

Naamghar of Mahapurukh Madhab Deb at Letekupukhuri

Historic Letekupukhuri:Birth place of Madhab Deb of Assam

Borgang river in Sonitpur district

Monday, October 24, 2011

Science model exhibition draws crowd at Tangla in Assam

Arunodoi Academy,Tangla organized a grand science exhibition cum competition at Tangla on October 22 and 23 on the occasion of Foundation Day of the school. Dipankar Saharia,Regional Coordinator,TERI formally inaugurated the two days programme on October 22 at 10 AM. DN Hazarika, Circle Officer,Harisinga Revenue Circle lighted the sacred lamp before its inauguration. On the occasion Dipankar Saharia recalled his childhood days at Tangla and thanked organizers for arranging the exhibition. Total 154 numbers of students presented 61 numbers of attractive science models to much delight of the people present. Moreover more than 14 numbers of old science related items like old Swiss clock,Gramophone player, coins, costumes of Koch kingdom etc were also displayed by the students. A few working science models like-Use of wasted kinetic energy of electric fans to produce energy; Launching of space craft with the help of earth's magnetic field prepared by Upamanyoo Das and Arnab Paul; Solar air cooker by Chayanika Rabha and Hemangsing Basumatari; Electricity from Sea Waves by Atlanta Das and Puja Rabha;Solar cum Wind Vehicle by Enush Daimari and Bitopan Deka could very much impress organizers and people present. More than thousand people including students,teachers and a few distinguished people namely-Mridula Saharia,Chairperson,State Woman Commission,Assam;Diganta Kumar Sarma, Secretary, Tangla Press Club visited the science models.
On the concluding day on October 23, prizes were distributed to the winners in the open session which was presided over by social worker Keshab Chandra Boro. Pranabjyoti Das, one of the key organizers welcomed all the guests before felicitation to the guests. Jayanta Kumar Das,District Coordinator,NCSC,Udalguri released the souvenir “Arunodian” edited by Napolean Daimari,Principal,Arunodoi Academy, Tangla. He requested parents and guardians to create scientific temperament in the society so as to remove blind belief and superstition from the minds of the people. Dr.Buddhin Hazarika ,science activist and senior lecturer of Mangaldai College thanked organizers for the science exhibition. He explained on how to make science study interesting and joyful. Dr.Kamala Bora,NCSC activist and senior lecturer of Mangaldai College also attended the programme as invited guest.Speaking on the occasion he remarked that applicability is the best quality of learning. He thanked students for presenting 61 Nos of excellent science model at Tangla. On the necessity of more and more plantation,he remarked that an 50 years old tree could produce oxygen worth 25 lakhs of rupees. Chief guest of the day,Dr.Kailash Chandra Chamua,in his speech remarked that such ivents would very much help in removing blind belief and superstition from the mind of the common people.According to him following of responsibilities very much starts at home only. In the senior group- Upamanyoo Das and Arnab Paul won first prize for their model “Launching of Spacecraft with Earth's Magnetic Field”; Kishore Deka and Rajsekhar Das won second prize for their model “Equilibrium” while Chinmoy Kachari and Sagar Baro won third prize for “No bill House” model. In junior group- Atlanta Das and Puja Rabha (Electricity from Sea Waves) won first ;Bercillona Das and Smriti Barua (Electric Magnet) won second;Hridoy Sarma and Debojit Das (Erruption of Volcano) won third prize. Napolean Daimari,Principal,Arunodoi Academy offered vote of thanks at the end.

Sunday, October 23, 2011

Beautiful girls of Tangla in Rabha costume

My album 2011

Beautiful school girl of Tangla

19TH NATIONAL CHILDREN’S SCIENCE CONGRESS STATE LEVEL CHILDREN’S SCIENCE CONGRESS, ASSAM List of child scientists selected for National Children's Science Congress to be held at Jaipur, Rrajasthan Names are in alphabetical order   Name of the Group Leader District Project Title 1. Alivia Kakoti Lakhimpur Study on Population growth and its effect on soil and people's living standard 2. Arifa Yeasmin Mazarbhuiya Hailakandi A study on the use of soil for medicinal purpose at Lakshirband Part II 3. Arya Prakash Kashyap Dibrugarh A study on fertility of different types of soil with reference to earth filling. 4. Barasha Deka Udalguri Use of Soil as preservative 5. Chandana Deka Darrang A study on the physico-chemical properties of soil and earth worm as soil quality indicator 6. Devam Kakoty Tinsukia Termite soil - Its quality and effect on growth of rice 7. Dhruba Jyoti Kakati Lakhimpur The impact of flood on soil and a brief study of its protection 8. Gourab Saikia Dhemaji Usefulness of mud carried by the river Jiadhal to the croplands 9. Jahnabi Dihingia Tinsukia Quality of soil and its relationship with plant growth 10. Kamal Lochan Hazarika Darrang A study on the need of Flower garden in school and its contribution to control erosion of soil 11. Kandarpa Neog Sivasagar Study of bank erosion of the Namdang river and designing its preventive measures. 12. Kirat Saikia Karbi Anglong A comparative study of the effects of garbage on the bank of Jamuna at Howraghat 13. Mampi Saha Nagaon Soil at a Glance 14. Manash Pratim Talukdar Barpeta Negative impact of brick industries in the agricultural fields of Saderi village 15. Matu Sarania Baksa Areca Nut Spittle:An easy indicator of soil quality assessment 16. Nikita Sengupta Cachar A study on waste land of brick industries at Silcuri and its use 17. Prathana Phukan Dhemaji Termite as a Biodecomposer 18. Prostuti Bordoloi Golaghat Save of waste land and prevent erosion by plantation of bamboo 19. Pungkha Basumatary Kokrajhar Knowing the acidic and basic quality of the local soil and its influence to the plant's growth 20. Ranabir Chakraborty Tinsukia A comparative study of Termite soil with Earthworm cast 21. Ranuj Dutta Dhemaji A study on the nature and quality of soil used in embankment. 22. Rohan Ch. Das Nalbari Management and usefulness of ribs in agricultural fields. 23. Shekhar Pratim Gogoi Jorhat A brief study of the physical properties of the potter's clay used in pottery industry of Kumar Gaon of Na-Ali, Dhekiajuli and the possibility of the revival of the industry 24. Surajita Sarmah Sonitpur A study of different soil properties and their effects on crop growth 25. Udipta Bhuyan Sonitpur Effect of organic manures on the structure and properties of paddy soil