Discussion on Freedom Movement held at Tangla College
A special lecture exchange programme was held at conference hall premises of Tangla College on Tuesday. The programme was organised by Dept. of Political Science and Dept. of History in collaboration of the IQAC cell of the college. Various phases of Indian freedom movement, the martyrs and national heroes who sacrificed their life for the sake of nation we discussed in the prgramme. From Sepoy mutiny, Battle of Plassey, birth of Indian National Congress (INC ) all the important events of freedom movement were highlighted.
Prof. Abdul Karim Associate Professor Dept. of History and Dr. Nurul Islam HOD Dept of Pol. Science of Kharupetia College graced the event as resource persons. The programme was presided over by Chandan Baruah.
24 Jan 2014 - 2:19pm | AT News
Two persons were killed when a car carrying them exploded in Karbi Anglong district on Friday.
The car explosion took place at Seventh Mile area near Umrangsu when the duo were believed to have been carrying the explosives which went off suddenly.
The vehicle remained mangled and the duo inside the car died on the spot. Top ranked reached the spot. Security forces are fanning in and around the area to trace the point where the explosives were carried.
26 Sep 2016 - 5:56pm | AT New Delhi
The alleged violations of civil rights are set to dominate the huge civil rights summit in New Delhi on Wednesday. Manipur iron lady Irom Sharmila is set to steal the march when she would be participating in the opening session of the convention organized by the Global Youth Peace Festival (GYPF).
The summit is expected to release a general appeal to the ruling class and the people to honour the civil rights saying that the violation of civil rights would do more harm than good. “It would be our clarion call for restoration of civil rights and peace,” an organizer told Assam Times in New Delhi two days ahead of the event.
Sharmila, who broke her decade long fast recently arrived in the capital on Monday to participate in the epoch making summit of the peace crusaders.
Representatives from Syria, Liberia, Libya, Afghanistan, Pakistan have also arrived in New Delhi to attended the event.
12 Jul 2015 - 1:25pm | CM Paul
A group of university faculty spent two-days at the start of its academic year 2015-2016 learning to come up with new business ideas for start up companies and process the same to a successful business plan and job creation, 10-11 July.
Assam Don Bosco University’s (ADBU) Human Resource Director Juhi Baruah giving the reason for the workshop said “as we embark on the new academic year, we need to continue being conscious of our role as educators in enabling students to create opportunities for themselves and inculcating entrepreneurial values.”
Baruah further stated that the Government plans implementing a scheme for entrepreneurship development that would “introduce specific courses in at least 5,000 colleges over the next three years as a means to boost employment opportunities and economic growth.”
Two resource persons from Kolkata Mr. Deepak Khaitan and Mr. Subhabrata Bhattacharjee of Wadhwani Foundation and National Entrepreneurship Network (NEN) engaged some 140 faculty members who came up with ten business proposals. Three of these adjudged best were: App Based Comprehensive Domestic Services (ABCDs), Spoken English Training Institutes for Villagers, and Portable Water Purification System.
The NEN trainers encouraged faculty members to launch the proposed start up companies motivating their students, and promised assistance in mentorship.
Last year, the Ministry of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises (MSME) accepted Assam Don Bosco University’s proposal to set up Entrepreneurship Development & Incubation Centre (EDIC) at ADBU’s Azara campus..
The ADBU’s EDIC Coordinator and Assistant Professor Rashmita Barua states, “the Ministry has a number of programs to help and assist entrepreneurs and small businesses.”