International Day of World Indigenous People's Day celebrated
UDALGURI: "We are now forced to feel that the very existence of indigenous population in India and particularly in Assam and other NE states is under severe threat from outsiders and illegal immigrants from the neighboring country." This was said by DR Nabla alias Ranjan Daimari, chairman of NDFB here at Udalguri town while addressing a congregation of indigenous people of Udalguri district on the occasion of Celebration of International Day of World's Indigenous Peoples on Thursday. The meeting to this effect was chaired by Dr. Prasenjit Daimari, principal of Tangla College and was addressed by Dr. Anjali Daimari, chairman of Boro Women's Justice Forum among many others. The celebration day was organised by the Boro Women's Justice Forum in collaboration with the Society for Indigenous People's Rights (SIPR).
25 May 2018 - 9:28pm | Nikhil Mundra
Nayeema Firdous Borbhuyan Of Nilbagan Jatiya Vidaylay in Hojai district has secured tenth rank in the High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) 2018 examination the results of which have been announced on Friday.
Nayeema is the daughter of Anam Uddin Borbhuyan and Habibaa Begum resident of Nilbagan.
Nayeema has secured 584 marks out of 600 and letters in all the subjects.
Talking to Media, Nayeema said she had studied with consistency for 8 to 9 hours daily. She will pursue her further study in Science stream at Ramanju College in Nagaon.
She wants to become a good Doctor and work for the welfare of the society.
It is to be mentioned Nayeema has only secured a rank in entire Hojai District. She had brought laurels for her school as well entire Hojai.
On the other hand, Jebin Kausar a "Divyang" who belongs to poor family and Student of Gyan Jyoti Academy of Murajhar in Hojai District has proved that,"If You have a Burning Desire to Do Something then no obstacles can halt you back."
Jebin wrote High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC), 2018 examination with her feet secured first division marks and has set an example for others.
According to Jebin if one has strong determination to do something, then no hurdle can stop you to achieve anything.
She says her dream is to be a Good Teacher in future and work for the upliftment of the society.
8 May 2010 - 4:25am | editor
Congratulations to the four students from Assam who cracked the UPSC examination this year. The Assam Public Service Commission (APSC) should take the smooth and fair conduction of the Union Public Service Commission examination as an example to improve the way it works. There should be newer and modern subjects in APSC.
In 1949-1950, Nagpur University became the first one in India to have a separate full-fledged department of public administration and local self-government. With this, public administration was invested in India, for the first time, with full academic legitimacy. This department was headed by the late Dr. M.P. Sharma who had the distinction of being the first professor of public administration in India. Earlier professors of political science used to check the answer-scripts of public administration.
In 1987, public administration was introduced as a fully-independent subject in the Civil Services examination conducted by the UPSC. This gave a powerful impetus to the subject. Today, nearly 50 universities, hundreds of colleges and a number of training institutes are engaged in the teaching and research in public administration in India.
The Assam Public Service Commission is far behind when it comes to the subject of public administration. Of the 28 optional subjects, till today there is no provision for the subject of Public Administration !! This is very strange especially because, the APSC examinations are held to select persons for administrative positions in the state. The Assam Public Service Commission should gear up to introduce this new optional subject as soon as possible.
Rongmon (Raktim) Pegu
11 Feb 2012 - 3:18am | editor
CPI national secretary D Raja said that all trade unions, irrespective of their political affiliations, have supported the nationwide general strike call on February 28. Addressing the open session of the Assam state conference in Morigaon on Friday, Raja said that the strike has been called to protest against the "liberalised economic policies" of the UPA government.