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Pwrman,Taposh cracks UPSC

Kokrajhar: It is a good messages amongst Bodo community as two Bodo students have cleared the union public service commission(UPSC) civil service examinations 2018 which was declared on Friday evening that saw 13 students from across the state cleared the UPSC.

Pwrman Brahma of Kokrajhar town has cleared the UPSC examination with scripting 429th ranked across the country. He is son of Dhaneswar Brahma of Kokrajhari village.

Pwrman, had his schooling in Sister Margaret Nobel School,Kokrajhar, HSLC from Kokrajhar Don Bosco in 2009 and HS from Bikash Bidyaniketan, Basakapattanam and Graduated from NIT, Durgapur in 2015 and cracked the UPSC 2018 after third time attempt.

Pwrman said that it is an achievement after third attempt in his life. This 2018, has brought good news for the Bodos that two Bodo students have cleared up UPSC examination. One is Tapos Basumatary of Guwahati,who spotted in 645th ranked.

Pwrman’s father,Dhaneswar is an employee at BTC deducation deaprtemt and mother is a school teacher at Swrang High School in Kokrajhar. Pwrman said that he had dedicated hard to crack UPSC examination. He said that he used to prefer traditional foods,like Dho- Ondla, Dhao-sobai and basket ball sporting in his student life.

'I am very much happy with results come out in my life. I shall dedicate more devotion to serve nation on coming days ", he said.

Dhaneswar, father of Pwrman, expressing his happiness after his son cracked the UPSC examination. He said that his son Pwrman had scripted successful results as he was always wished to be a good personality in his life. He said that parents accorded possible care and responsibility whatever to be taken during his coachings.

Various organizations and individuals, including Kokrajhar Press Club, All Bodo Students Union (ABSU),Bodoland Students Union(BSU),BPF women wing have greeted and extended congratulation to Pwrman Brahma and Taposh Basumatary, who have cleared UPSC 2018 as results was declared on Friday evening.

ABSU,BSU and several individuals welcome and felicitated Pwrman Brahma with traditional Aronai and Phulam Gamocha at his resident.

The students union has expressed their heartfelt congratulations to Pwrman and Taposh,who have come out with flying colour in the recent declared UPSC civil service examination 2018.

 ‘We are very proud by their successful results and we also congratulates to all those who have successfully cleared the UPSC examinations from Assam and rest of the country’, said ABSU education secretary, Kastom Basumatary.

ABSU was working for the uplifting and welfare of the student community across the state and hence  students are coming out with attractive results in the region.

BSU leader Derhasat Brahma and social activist Malati Rani Narzary have extended their congratualtions and wished a healthy successful life in near future.

Brahma while extending congratulations, said that Pwrman and Taposh's crack in UPSC was the community's developments and integrity.

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Assam scribe participating at Delhi Sustainable Development Summit

29 Jan 2013 - 6:56pm | AT News

The 13th edition of the Delhi Sustainable Development Summit (DSDS) is going to be held on January 31-February 02, 2013 with discussions among global leaders on resource-efficient growth, climate change and protection of natural resources. The three-day Summit organised by The Energy and Resources Institute’s (TERI) is themed “The Global Challenge of Resource-Efficient Growth and Development”. 

Launched in 2001, TERI’s flagship event - DSDS has evolved into aglobal forum where Heads of State, Nobel Laureates, international policymakers, heads of multilateral institutions and corporate bodies, celebrities, youth and concerned citizens converge to discuss globally-relevant issues.

Mubina Akhtar, an independent journalist and conservation activist from Assam has been invited to the Summit.

Open Platform Shillong: Writers and Artistes deliberate towards ‘universal creative realization’

23 Jan 2012 - 4:11am | editor

The North East Writers’ & Artists’ Conclave (NEWAC), a mobile forum travelling through north east India, opened its Shillong Chapter at the Seminar Hall, State Central Library on Fri, 20th Jan, 2012. The Shillong Chapter was coordinated by Eric Nongkynrih, Assoc. Prof. (English), St. Edmunds College and was attended by both students and academicians, as well as established writers and published poets. There was book and poetry reading as well as short talks on the area of ones’ artistic interest or research. Some of the prominent participants were former politician with artistic repertoire R G Lyngdoh, Pankaj Thapa of Sikkim Govt College, well-known Poet Esther Syiem, Joshua Rynjah of St. Mary’s College, Compulsive scribbler Iamon M Syiem, Artist and Documentary maker Raphael Warjri, Independent Researcher Renee Lulam, promising Photographer Langkupar War and Engineer- poet Ibohal Ravi Kshetrimayum.



R G Lyngdoh
The North East Writer’s & Artists’ Conclave seeks to provide a platform for “creative expression” whereby artists in the field of literature, music, dance, theatre, film, photography, painting and other such forms of aesthetic and research-based academic endeavors may mutually enrich and motivate each other toward “universal creative realizations.” The movement kick-started on 22 Dec, 2011 at the 13th North East Book Fair in Guwahati and was attended by published writers and poets, whether students, bureaucrats or media persons, who spoke about their works and aspirations. The next conclave was held in Dimapur on 30th Dec, 2011, where various established and professional artists like musicians, writer-poets, film makers and other creative persons gathered for a heart-to-heart talk about their artistic gifting, social responsibilities and future collaborative possibilities.


The north east being a hot-bed of rich artistic talent, NEWAC seeks to harness the talent and put forth a united voice springing from artistic lives in the region. It is a selfless effort to promote the art and literature of the land and also to personally encourage artists to pursue their dreams and achieve their goals. NEWAC, with the support of the people, hopes to work toward a “Shillong Art & Literature Festival” in the near future.


NEWAC is initiated by Susan Waten, Founder Director of Holiday Abode for Writers & Artists (HAWA), Dimapur and jointly organized and aided by Aiyushman Dutta, writer-activist and Founder Secretary of Quaint Essence, Guwahati.


The Open Platform kick started in Guwahati on December 22, 2011 at the 13th North East Book Fair. Writers and poets, journalists and photographers, students and research scholars participated by reading out their published/unpublished works and by interacting with those who responded to their presentations, says Dutta.


The Open platform reached Nagaland on December 30, 2011. Susan says, “Writers and artists from various disciplines gathered for a heart-to-heart interaction at the HAWA Office in Dimapur. Musicians, film makers, published writers, poets, painters and other creative individuals shared their inner most thoughts with the intention of moving towards universal creative realizations.”





Children Science Congress begins

25 Oct 2017 - 2:35pm | AT Kokrajhar Bureau

The Silver Jubilee celebration of the National Children Science Congress (NCSC), Assam chapter Bryan fromage Wednesday here at Government HS & MP school ground with four day programme scheduled.

Doneswar Goyary, BTC executive member cut the ribbon to inaugurate the main pandal of the celebration.

Nearly 250 child scientists,guide,teachers from 33 districts of the state are participating.

The reception committee has been arranged separate accommodation for participants, guide, teachers besides erected beautiful welcome gate.

Assam cabinet minister Keshav Mahanta is attending tomorrow in the technical session on second day of the celebration.

Goyary while inaugurating the main pandal said that it is an important session for the state where young child scientists are showcasing their innovations with creativity.

'We hope that the session will be meeting  a grand success', he said.

Arup Kumar Mishra, director of Assam Science & Technology  and Environnant Council said that the science Congress is a plateform where young child scientists are getting opportunity to explore their talent and innovations. He said this year the NCSC is celebrating silver jubilee across the country with various programmes.

'Participating child scientists are showcasing special projet and innovations on science and technology of the country ',Mishra said.

On the concluding of the session on October 28,Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal will be attending as chief guest. BTC chief Hagrama Mohilary, cabinet minister Promila Rani  Brahma are attending as guests.