Bodoland University gets new VC
Kokrajhar: Bodoland University (BU), a premier educational institution in BTAD region gets new Vice Chancelore on its administrative working. Prof Laishram Ladusingh joined as voice chancelore on the Bodoland University on February 25 last and has been rendering services for the ushering of the university. On the other hand, Bodoland Students Union (BSU) offered warm welcome to the new VC and felicitated with traditional Aronai art university office chamber on Monday.
The Bodoland University was created under the spirit of BTC accord(2003) to facilitate higher educational environment in the region. Earlier, it was set up Kokrajhar Campus of Guwahati University in 1997.Later,it was upgraded to Bodoland University by the state government to provide healthy education arena among the society.
Prof Ladusingh has emphasised to build healthy educational environment in the university among student community.He said that the process to accord 12B status for the university is goingon and expected the status is to be granted early through the proper official system. He has claimed that infrastructures of the university is taking place on progress besides appointments of the professors are going to get fulfilment in the university by the July August next. He said that the university has been emphasized to bring skill oriented management courses to offer skill development training among students so that they can have self development as well job profess careers in their life.
He informed that due to non availing of professor's appointments in the university, the 12B status was not granted in the university.
Prof Ladusingh told that university administration was working for the quarter educational environments. He said that he will try to bring better educational aspectations with quality education in coming days.
Meanwhile,a ten member delegation team from the BSU has welcomed the newly joined VC, Prof Ladusingh and wished healthy educational environment in coming days. The students union urged the university administration to initiate more educational activities in comong days.
31 Jan 2015 - 10:07pm | Hantigiri Narzary
The Peoples’ Co-ordination for Democratic Rights (PCDR),a united organisation of various communities in the region has decided to put own candidate in all 40 seats of BTC coulcil elected slated to be held in last week of March next.
Rwngwra Narzary, chief co-ordinator of the PCDR while addressing the reporters today at Kokrajhar Press Club said that the right forum has unanimously decided to participate in the ensuing council election with a view to fulfill one of its important objectives of bringing political change in BTC among others in its meeting of the executive council held on Januray 27 last at Kajalgaon in Chirang.He said that the rights will get majority supports from all communities and able to make council in its own position.He has alleged that in its ten years ruled BPF has resulted to social stagnation and economic recession,the people of BTC region are ready for change and PVDR is the only the alternative to bring change in the council.
He also urged all sections of community to put aside ten years corrupt government of THE BPF in BTC and bring good governance through PCDR and save the society from socio-political instabiity.
He also appeals to all sections of people irrespective of caste and creed and like minded political or non-political organisations to join hand with PCDR to bringing good governance in the trouble torn BTAD area.The door of PCDR is always open for those who are willing to work wi the issue of PCDR,he added.
Rabiram Narzary,president of BPPF and BTC member also said that his party will participate in election under the banner of PCDR and expressed that PCDR will get majority supports in the council election.
Urkao Gwra Brahma,ex-MP said that PCDR will contest in all seats of the council election and door is always open for all like minded party and organisations.
20 Jan 2018 - 10:45pm | AT News Imphal
IMPHAL, Jan 20 (NENA): A few new species of migratory birds were found flocking at Loktak Lake during this year’s bird count, but the exact number of birds is yet to be known officially as of now.
A total of 250 volunteers were used during Saturday's bird count conducted at 50 different spots of the lake, jointly conducted by the Wild Life Wing, Manipur Forest Department and Indian Bird Conservation Network with the help of various organisations.
Officials said a few new feathered visitors were sighted this year. Bird count at the Manipur’s iconic lake is done during this time of winter every year.
A number of migratory birds and a variety of waterfowl arrive at Loktak Lake, a Ramsar site, from mainland Russia, Siberia and the Himalayan range in the months of November, December and January every year.
However, environmentalists and forest officials are alarmed by the sharp reduction in the number of these birds due to human disturbances in the last few years.
Volunteers from the Toubul Youth Development Association, Bishnupur, Nachou Educational and Youth Development Association, Bishnupur and Khuman Youth Welfare Association took part in the bird count.
16 Nov 2016 - 10:17am | Shajid Khan
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.