National Children’s Science Congress held at Dotma
KOKRAJHAR: The 27th Kokrajhar district level National Children’s Science Congress 2019 was held with day-long programme at Dotma Girls’ High School in Kokrajhar on Saturday. The Science Congress session saw large number of participation from different schools of the entire Kokrajhar district.
The programme was organised by Assam Science Technology and Environment Council (ASTEC) and Kokrajhar district organising committee.
Nearly 1000 students from various schools participated the session. A science exhibition was also held with projects prepared by students.
Kokrajhar West MLA Rabiram Narzary particpiated in the event. Narzary while inaugurating the science congress said that children's science congress has been highlighting the creativity of science and its importance in today's human living. He said that school children must take strong interest on science.
Kokrajhar Inspector of Schools JP Brahma, Dr SK Paul, chief scientist, RARS, Gossaigaon, Dr Ananta Ramchiary of Bodoland University, Prof Anjali Basumatary,Kokrajgar Govt College attended the event.
Headmaster of Dotma Govt Girls High School and working president of the science congress, Dipti Prasad Brahma said the science congress session saw a good numbers of participation from entire district.
15 May 2016 - 9:22pm | AT Kokrajhar Bureau
The first annual Rongjali Bwisagu Fwrbw, Dimapur was celebrated at Urban Haat, Rajabari, adjacent to the ancient Royal palace of Kachari Kingdom in Dimapur(Nagaland) with day long colourful programme Saturday.
Various traditional dance performances which inter alia includes Boro Bwisagu, Boro Demshi, Dimasa Kachari dance, Mech Kachari dance by various cultural troups and artists were showcase.
A colourful cultural procession was also taken up around the Rajabari complex, the ancient Royal palace of Kachari Kingdom which was flagged of by Orenthang Lotha, ADC of Okha, Nagaland.
Earlier in the morning, flag hoisting of Rongjali Bwisagu was carried out by Naren Chandra Basumatary, president of organising committee, followed by lighting of lamp at Bathou by Bijar Mech, an elderly person from Kuchiabil, Dimapur.
Traditional games competition including ‘batha’, ‘tug of war’ etc was held among the children, women and men folks.
An open session was also held which was presided over by president of organising committee Naren Chandra Basumatary and inaugurated by Berlao K Karjee, adviser of All Assam Tribal Youth League.
Sahitya Academi awardee Dr Mangal Singh Hazowary attended the function as chief guest. Vice president of Bodo Writers Academy Dr Subhangsa Muchahary, former vice president of Bodo Sahitya Sabha, Deputy Commissioner of Nagaland Kesonyu Yhome among others attended the function.
14 Aug 2014 - 7:50pm | AT News
One after another political parties are on the stock taking visit to Uriam Ghat where three people were killed by Naga militants.
A team of Bokakhat Congress visited the relief camps at B Sector in Dhanshree on Thursday. AGP is also sending a team on Friday to take stock of the situation.
Two BJP legislators have toured the troubled torn Uriam Ghat on Thursday two days after suspected Naga miscreants killed two local residents at a clash where they further set on fire at least 14 houses.
MLAs Ranjit Kumar Das and Jadob Deka arrived in Chetiagaon and talked to the top civil and police officials to take stock of the situation in the wake of the clash. The authorities apprised the duo of the measures to contain the situation.
6 Apr 2017 - 1:36pm | AT Staff Reporter
The long time police occupation of Kalaigaon and Tangla PWD Inspection Bungalows (IB) have been resented by people.Both the IBs had been the public places for meeting visiting government officials and public representatives.Both these buildings also served as public meeting places for discussion of constructive social activities since long back. Unfortunately, the Kalaigaon PWD IB has been occupied by Assam police personnel for nearly a year. The IB has now been like a police transit camp causing damage to the building.Local BTC EM Jagadish Sarkar too expressed his displeasure as he too could not avail the building for meeting people.Media fraternity of Kalaigaon too have suffered a lot because of the police occupation.On the other hand Tangla PWD IB has been under Assam police occupation since the creation of Bhergaon sub-division in 2003.
Presentltly the Tangla PWD IB has been used as the Sub-divisional police Head Office, where as it should have been stationed at sub-divisional HQ at Bhergaon situated at a distance of 15 km from Tangla town. It needs mention that the construction of the permanent sub-divisional police HQ complex at Bhergaon had been started several years back.But the construction of police HQ office building never completed. Gross anomalies of fund has been alleged by people beacause of substandard construction works.People of Kalaigaon and Tangla urge government immediately to direct police to vacate both the PWD IBs and to reopen them for public and official use.