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AHSEC results satisfactory for Hojai College

The Students of Hojai College performed well in HS 2nd year examination. The results of which were announced by Assam Higher Secondary Education Council on Saturday.

173 students appeared from Arts stream out of which 163 cleared  securing  first division 17,  second division 36 and  third  division 116. Pass Percentage is 94.27%.

73 students appeared from Science stream out of which 63 cleared securing  first division 31, second division 29 and  third division 3. Pass Percentage is 86.30%.

180 students appeared from commerce stream out of which 164 cleared securing  first division 55,  second division 46 and  third division 63. Pass Percentage is 91.11%.

In Abdul Hasib High School , 26 students appeared from Science stream out of which  15 cleared  securing first division 1, second division  7 and third division  6. Pass Percentage is 57.69%. From Arts stream 50 students appeared out of which   23 cleared  securing first division  1, second division 4  and third division 18. Pass Percentage is 46%.

In Rabindra Vidylaya, 55 students appeared from Arts  stream out of which 37 cleared  securing first Division 2, second Division 9  and third division 26. Pass Percentage is  67.2%.

In Deshbandhu Vidya Pith  98  students appeared from  Science  stream out of which    74 cleared securing first division 32, second division 41 and third division  1.Pass Percentage is 75.51%.

On the otherhand, Susmita Debnath, Student of Sankardev Junior College has scored 96 marks in Bengali which is highest in Assam.

119 students appeared through Commerce stream by this college out of which 116 cleared securing  first Division 43, second Division 46  and third Division 27. Pass Percentage is 97.47%.

62 students appeared through Arts stream out of which   53 cleared securing   first Division 15, second Division  20  and third Division 18. Pass Percentage is 85.48%.

28 students apperead through Science stream out of which 26 cleared  securing first division 10, second division 12  and third division 4. Pass Percentage is 92.85%.

 

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All sad and no celebration in kekerikuchi

15 Jan 2008 - 3:52pm | editor
Its hard to believe but true. For the people of Kekerikuchi, there is no uruka and also no meji to kindle. Its time for them to weep as the bitter memory of the most gruesome murder of seventeen people are still reamining fresh in their minds.

Ten years ago the militants killed these unfortunate people in the villages. A few women were preparing for the uruka feast while some others were busy with making Bihu delicacies. And the children were playing with mejis.

Soon after their arrival, they started indiscriminate firing in the busy uruka evening leaving these including women and children dead on the spot.

The political leaders along with some others rushed to their near and dear ones to assure a lot. But strangely enough, these have not happened. Neither the identified militants have been punished and nor the families have rehabilitated.

Ram-Leela: Recreating Rama’s Milieu

8 Oct 2016 - 12:40pm | Ma Prem Naina

Hindus have chosen a beautiful word, Ramleela, to signify the drama of Rama's life. Leela means play, which implies an abundance of energy. Only Hindus have the concept of play in their religion. They say, "The world is God's play- leela." Leela means there is so much overflowing energy, just to sit idle is impossible! The energy is overflowing.

God is infinite energy, and we are his overflowing. The whole existence is his overflowing. It is all his abundance that is flowing and he can never be exhausted. This energy which can never be emptied, is called Rama.

There is no destiny, no fate for God. He is beyond destiny. Flowers bloom, the moon shines and the stars twinkle for what? Why do rivers and streams flow?

Because God is. The day our life current gets adjusted to the right wavelength, we will find purpose disappearing from our lives. That is why we refer to the lives of Rama and Krishna as leela and not as biography. Their lives are a play, a sport, a frolic, a festival!

In India we perform the Ramleela every year. We go on performing it every year just to create the same milieu again. When someone acts the part of Rama, it is not only that he is acting Ram. In fact, in villages where the people have been untouched by today's concepts, the person who is playing Rama is Rama. They touch his feet. He is not an actor; he is Rama revived. The milieu is created. They chant poetry, the whole story is unfolded.

This is miraculous too because nobody gets bored with the same story again and again. But even though everyone already knows the whole story when Ram leela is unfolds, everyone is thrilled. It is ram: alive again Re-enacted. It is not only a stage, but the whole world.  A certain milieu is being recreated and the villager who is watching the play is not only seeing a drama he is part and parcel of a great spiritual phenomenon. He is in it! As the story unfolds, his heart is unfolds too.

Osho says: This is a mythological approach to the nontemporal. Re-enacting it. Reviving it. Resurrecting it. History cannot do this; only myth can do this. Myth is helpful but not substantial: A creative imagination is needed to fill in the substance. This attitude - the nonhistorical, mythological - is more in tune with the unconscious. History is in tune with the conscious, myth is in tune with the unconscious. Myth is in tune with eternal, history is in tune with the temporal. History is yesterday's news and tomorrow's news. Today's news will become history: history is just an accumulation of news, a newspaper accumulation. It goes on becoming greater. But history is unnecessary, spiritually. Unnecessary, because it can never grasp the significant phenomena. In another sense, it is not only insignificant but dangerous also, because the more you record the past as the past - and the more the accumulation grows - the more you are burdened, unnecessarily burdened.”

Myth is needed. History is always of the past but myth is not only of the past; myth is also of the future. The form of the myth comes from the past, but the opening is always toward the future. If someone is thinking about Krishna in terms of myth. he is not only thinking about the past. He is thinking about the potentiality, about what is possible. Human consciousness can become Krishna-consciousness, it can evolve to that point. So myth is only nominally of the past. It always has an opening into the future.

History is always of the dead past. It has no future at all. But it dictates the future.

Osho says: Myths should be continued. They open into the future. History should be discarded. All that is meaningful in the past must be made into a myth not a history. It must be thought about in terms of poetry not in terms of temporal events. Poetry is never a closing; it is always an opening. It is never limiting. You can give poetry your own meaning; you have a certain freedom. But not with a newspaper. The more down to earth the record is, the less free you are. You cannot give it a meaning. You cannot relive it, you cannot create it. You cannot be creative with it; you can only be passive. What can you do? Hitler is born in a particular year - how can you be creative about it? It is a dead weight; you can only be passive with it. But with Krishna, you can be creative. There is no date. In a way, he is never born. You can give birth to him anytime. With poetry you are at liberty; with myth you are at liberty. You can create... and when you create, you are also transformed. In creating, the creator is always transformed by his own creation; he never remains untouched.

History is a very worldly thing and myth is a record of all that cannot be recorded, but that which can be indicated. Hindus do not say 'the history of Rama'. We say 'the story of Rama': Rama Katha. It is not accidental because we give more importance to a story than to a history. With a story there are possibilities and history is a dead thing with no possibility.

A story is a living thing. One can do something with it and it can also do something to the individual.

A myth can indicate, can show something about it. It is not a bare statement of events. It helps the reader or watcher to go deep into the poetry of the myth and the imagination what Jung calls 'archetypes' - he might get a glimpse; he may be able to know what has happened beyond history. He may be able to know from deep down within themselves himself. Only from within something can happen which will be in tune with the nontemporal, which can be in communion with the nonhistorical. With what Tulsidas has written, one can again relive the whole phenomenon. Time will be transcended and he will again be in the time of Rama. There will be no space/time relationship. Deep within he will be in Rama's milieu as if Rama is present somewhere nearby.

Foundaion of bio-diversity park laid

17 Mar 2009 - 8:38pm | Jayanta Kumar Das

As a positive step towards conservation of the deteriorating ecology, the foundation of the proposed “Eco-children Park cum botanical garden with medicinal plants and local bamboo” has been laid at Kalaigaon Sevashram on March 11. Nonagenarian freedom fighter and social worker Pani Ram Das formally laid the foundation of the proposed eco-park in presence of several dignitaries including D.N.Hazarika, Circle Officer,Harisinga Revenue Circle; Yoga Guru Hiren Sarkar of Bigyananda Yogashram, Mangaldai; social worker Kami Ram Saharia; Dr N.K.Das etc.In his welcome speech Jayanta Das, secretary of the park management committee gave details of the proposed eco-park. According to him the eco-children park cum botanical garden had been the dream project of freedom fighter and social worker Pani Ram Das,for which he had donated a plot of land measuring 35 Bighas (the estimated value of which could be around rupees 1.7 crore). The implementation of the project as delayed due to paucity of funds. But at the request of freedom fighter Pani Ram Das and Capt.Robin Bordoloi ( who has also been the president cum trustee of Kalaigaon Sevashram), Hon’ble Dr.Man Mohan Singh,PM of India has recently donated rupees five lakhs from his LAD fund to start the construction work of the eco-park.

In the mean time a permanent public park management committee has been formed with the Circle Officer, Kalaigaon as its president. Another estimate of Rs.25 lakhs has been prepared for the second phase pf the works under NREGA for 2008-2009.It has also been learned that the proposed park would later be known as the “Kanak Lata Das Bio-diversity Conservation Park”. He further said that when completed,the park would be first of its kind in the state.Various types of local medicinal plants, fruit plants, tall local trees and varieties of local bamboos would be planted in the park so as to provide shelter to birds like vultures, kites,hawks, cranes, greater adjutants (Hargilla) etc.In the second phase of the work a big pond would also be dug in the park, which would attract various water and migratory birds. As per the plan, the pond would also serve as a fishery to boost village economy and employment. While speaking on the occasion freedom fighter Pani Ram Das could hardly keep back his tears of joy. He appealed all to offer their help and co-operation for the completion of the park which would not only beautify the area but would motivate younger generation to conserve flora and faunas to maintain ecology.