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Patriotic song compeition organised

Kokrajhar district administration organised a patriotic song competition on Sunday among  students at Commerce College in Kokrajhar. 

The programme was inaugurated by Niranjan Baruah, Deputy Commissioner, Kokrajhar in presence of ADCs Prafulla Chandra Barman,

Debeswar Bora, AC Bharat Konwar, Inspector of Schools Jagdish Prasad Brahma, DIPRO Gagan Narzary, heads of institutions, teachers   and students of various schools and colleges. 

The competition was conducted in two groups like group- 'A' for college  students and group- 'B' for school students.

In the competition, the essence of patriotism was felt through the excellent  performance of the students.

In the Group- 'A' Niranjan Brahma of Kokrajhar Government College, Anurag Nath of Kokrajhar Government College and Shuga Ghose bagged the 1st, 2nd and 3rd  prizes while in the Group- 'B' competition the 1st, 2nd and 3rd position were won by Supriya Sutradhar of MCM

Woodland School, Subhramita Kundu of Fakiragram High School and Maosumi Barman of Silgara High School.

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