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Namrata Nath secures 6th position in HS Science

Kokrajhar: Namrata Nath of Bongaigaon Refinery HS School, Dhaligaon,Chirang has brought enthusiastic laurel in Dhaligaon as well BTAD region, spotted in the 6th position in Science Stream in the HS final examination’s results declared on Saturday.

 Namrata, daughter of Bhabananda Nath and Buli Rani Kakati Nath, an employee of BRPL,Bongaigaon, has passed the HS(Science) scripting 6th position, has secured 472 marks having letter marks in all subjects.

School authority and Inspector of Schools,Chirang offered warm welcome and felicitated to Namrata following her great achievement with traditional Aronai and bouquet at the school.  

Amongst four districts in BTAD region, Chirang has secured highest 93.76% pass percent in Commerce and Baksa secured 92% and 76.77% pass percent in Science and Arts stream respectively making little improvement comparatively.

Kokrajhar district secured 66.25% (Arts), 68.83 %( Commerce) and 73.51 %( Science) pass percentage. Chirang secured 56.36 %( Arts),93.75%(Commerce) and 71.93%(Science).Baksa got 76.77%(Arts), 88.89%(Commerce) and 92%(Science). Udalguri secured 62.01 %( Arts), 87.15 %( Commerce) and 79.55 %( Science) respectively.

UN Academy,Kokrajhar(HS) secured 100% cent percentage pass in Arts and Science stream in HS final examination’s result declared.

In Arts, 68 in first, 91 in second and 15 students pass in third division respectively. In Science, 49 in first, 79 second and 9 students pass in third division respectively.

Science College, Kokrajhar has secured 86% pass percentage in the HS final examination. A total 94 students pass out of appeared 109, 34 in first, 55 second and 5 in third divisions respectively.

Meanwhile, the Upendra National Academy(UN), Kokrajhar, a private managed Bodo medium school have offered warm welcome and felicitation to the passed out students in HSLC and HS final examination-2019 at a programme held at UN academy complex here in Kokrajhar on Saturday. The programme saw large number of participation from student and parents that look healthy attraction among the audience.

The UN Academy has been doing better results among Bodo medium schools across the state in HSLC and HS final examinations as student’s enrolments are increasing year by year.

UN academy secured 89% pass percentage in HSLC and 100 % cent percent results in HS final examinations.

The UN Academy has been felicitating the successful students every year and conferred student’s excellence awards those students have made better results in the schools in final examinations.Each of student was felicitated with traditional Aronai, cash money and gift items on the occasion.

Inspector of Schools, Kokrajhar, Jagadish Prasad Brahma, ex Rajya Sabha MP UG Brahma, Prof Omkar Sarma, principal of the Academy, Krishna Gopal Basumatary, Director of the UN academy, ABSU leader Khwrwmdao Wary  were prominent attendees on the occasion.

Director of the UN academy Krishna Gopal Basumatary told that the UN academy conferred the students excellence award those have performed better results in the final examinations besides felicitating the passing out students of HSLC and HS final examinations. He said that the academy was rendering quality educational services in the school to bring better results since its inception in Bodo medium. He has expressed his hopeful that the academy will be able to make top rank in coming days. 

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Scientific advisory meeting of KVK, Darrang

17 Sep 2010 - 2:55pm | tpsaikia


The Scientific Advisory Committee (SAC) meeting of the Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Darrang for the year 2010 was held in the Conference hall of DRDA, Darrang on 9th September, 2010. The meeting was chaired by Dr. B.C.Bhowmick, Director of Extension Education, Assam Agricultural University, Jorhat. In his inaugural speech, Dr. Bhowmick emphasized on dissemination of improved agricultural technologies by the KVKs to the ultimate user, the farmers. Mentioning about the 2nd green revolution, he pointed out that N E India is the hot spot for this revolution as the productivity is still low in NE India. The population of India in 2050 will be 175 crore and to feed this burgeoning population agricultural growth rate must be increased from the present 2% to 4-5%. The present technology adoption rate is only 20% which must be increased to 80% to ensure a 4 folds production and productivity jump.


Dr. N.N.Sarmah, Director of Research (Agri), AAU in his address informed the house that AAU has already developed 45 varieties of rice and several varieties in other crops, however, the performance of these varieties in the farmer’s field is not up to the expectation. HYVs, like Ranjit, has the yield potential of about 5-6 t/ha. But in farmers field only 1.7 to 1.9 t/ha is realized, he added. So the productivity can be doubled with the existing varieties if proper production practices are adopted by farmers. Dr. A.K.Chakraborty, Director of Research (Vety.), AAU stressed on adopting scientific methods for higher production in animal and fishery sector along with the major crop, rice. He also emphasized on collaboration with the line department to implement various developmental programmes on enhancing productivity in animal and fish sector.


In the interactive session, the heads of different line departments or their representatives from Agriculture, veterinary, soil conservation, fishery, social welfare, sericulture, DICC gave their feedback on their collaborative activities with KVK. Four progressive farmers viz., Debajani Nath(Sipajhar), Omar Ali(Dalgaon), Hafiza Begum(Dhula) and Gunendra Saharia(Namkhola) also interacted and narrated their experiences in agriculture and allied aspects while participating in KVK activities.


The annual progress reports of previous years and action plan for 2010-11 were presented by Dr. T.P.Saikia, Programme Coordinator, KVK, Darang before the house and were approved with minor modifications. Dr K.K.Sharma, Chief Scientist, RARS, N. Lakhimpur also attended the meeting and offered his valuable suggestion in finalization of the action plan.


In his concluding remark, Dr. K.M.Bujarbaruah, Hon’ble Vice Chancellor, AAU, highlighted the role of KVKs in developing a production plan to increase production and productivity of the district. He added: “since the weakest sector of Assam’s agriculture is the animal husbandry sector, extra effort must be put to bring a noticeable change in this sector too. Agro-processing, particularly in the Darrang District is an important aspect and cooperation with the NGO and the concerned line departments is needed. Self sufficiency in the certified seed requirement is urgently required and KVKs must play the active role in this regards too”. The meeting ended with offering of vote of thanks by Dr Devajit Borthakur, SMS of KVK, Darrang to all the participating members.




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