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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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Two NLFB arrested with arms

11 May 2015 - 10:34pm | Hantigiri Narzary

Two hardcore cadre of National Liberation Front of Bengali(NLFB) were arrested with arms from Santinagar in Kokrajhar this evening.

Police said that the hardcore cadres of NLFB were arrested during search operation at Santinagar area under Kokrajhar PS after getting specific information about their presence tis evening in Kokrajhar town.

The arrested were identified as Amar Paul and Chittaranjan Sarkar of Santinagar of Kokrajhar town.

A pistol, magzine,two round live bullet and three mobile handsets were recovered from their possesion.

The arrested cdares were involved with extortion demands from businessmen,besides anti-social activities,police officer said.

NDFB(S) cadre killed

30 Oct 2016 - 5:41pm | AT Kokrajhar Bureau

:A hardcore cadre of NDFB(Songbijit faction) was killed at an encounter with police at Champa bazar area in Chirang district late last night.

According to Dr LR Bishnoi,ADGP(BTAD), police conducted a search operation against militants along Champa Bazar area under Gurubasha police outpost late last night where a gunfire in between police and militant outfit was held and a hard core cadre of the NDFB(S) found dead on the spot. Slain militant cadre was on way by a Tata Magic vehicle carrying bullets and arm for G Bidai,leader of the militant outfit.He said that Tata Magic vehicle has been seized.He said that police has been taking stern action against militant outfits in the region with intensifying search operation.

A total 740 round ammunitions of AK-47, a 7.65 pistol along with two live bullets, cash 3,000 were recovered from him.

Steps to end man-elephant conflict

24 Mar 2015 - 7:37pm | Jayanta Kumar Das

Elephants on the Line, a programme organized last year to mitigate man-elephant conflict in the villages bordering India-Bhutan launched in association with Udalguri administration and Dhansiri Forest Division, Udalguri since last six months. The programme was sponsored by North Carolina State University, USA and USFWS. EOL recently organized three village level awareness and demonstration workshops in three remote villages namely- Gitibari, Ganeshghat and Santipur in Udalguri district bordering Bhutan on March 21. “Elephants on the Line” team comprising Dr.KK Sarma,HOD,College of Vety Science, Khanapara, Guwahati; Environmental journalist Mubina Akhtar (who is also the Hony. Advisor of Assam Wildlife Board) ; Jayanta K Das,EOL Coordinator,Assam part; Dr.Pranjal Bezbarua ,GU along with Raju Brahma,ACF,Udalguri and local EOL members visited three human elephant conflict hit villages in Udalguri district. The team organized live demonstration on the dos and don'ts for villagers residing in HEC villages. All the three villages mostly inhabited by Adivasi,Bodo and Nepali people had been victims of human elephant conflict sine decades due to ignorance and illiteracy. EOL members used to teach them to prepare chilly sticks/candles to drive away wild elephants. They were also encouraged to take up plantation of lemon citrus as an alternative croping and to prevent entry of wild elephants into villages. The EOL team had a meeting with Girindra Adhikari,DFO,Dhansiri Forest Division Udalguri at Paneri Forest IB at 10 am. The DFO formally launched the chilly sticks prepared by EOL to prevent entry of wild elephants in the villages during night time. A colourful poster on the need for creating habitat for wild elephants and tips to avoid confrontation with wild elephants was also released on the occasion.

It needs mention that 22 people and 8 wild elephants had been killed during 2014 in Udalguri district which was considered as the highest HEC casuality in anywhere in Asia. A few nature loving people of India,USA and Bhutan had formed “Elephants on the Line” in July in 2014. The first meeting was held at Udalguri on July 24 which was sponsored by two consecutive DC s of the district namely-Thaneswar Malakar (now DC,Kokrajhar) and Sadhana Hojai. ABSU and AASAA of Udalguri district offered full cooperation and support for launching the program. Wildlife Educator Lisa Mills of North Carolina State University and wildlife biologist Dr.Ellen Cheng of USA;Mamatha Satyanarayana of Mysore; Sonam Wangdi, Jigme Dorji, Sangay Dorji,Tenjin Wanchuk all Chief Forest Officers of five Bhutan district attended the meeting where EOL was formally launched. Activities were arranged with a very small financial support from USFWS and NCSU,USA. In October in 2014, Heidi Riddle of Asian Elephants Foundation, lady working worlwide for the mitigation of human elephant conflict joined EOL at a meeting held at Royal Manas National Park in Bhutan.She along with Lisa Mills,Dr.Ellen Cheng,Mamatha Satyanaraya also visited Udalguri doing practical training to members of HEC villages.

Subsequently six sectors had been identified for formation of sector committees. Various sophisticated electronic gadgets like GPS,digital camera,binocular,high powere solar torch lights, laptops etc were given to sector members after giving proper training. People have expressed their trust in EOL members for which forest department has been taking EOL support at any time in need.