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Mohilary appoints teachers

BTC Chief Hagrama Mohilaty ceremonialy distributed 165 appointment letters to the professor and non teaching staffs of seven colleges of BTC administration at a function held at BTC Legislative Assembly conference hall today in Kokrajhar.

Mohilary urges all professor and non teaching staffs of the colleges while distributing appointments to dedicate their services to the extend cooperations in building human resouces development.He said that council administration is ready to take neccesary steps in fowarding greate developments of school and colleges in the region.

The collges which have given appointmets includes Kokrajhar Science Collge,Bengtal College,Gossaigaon College,Salbari College,Nikashi Gyanpith College,Sakti Ashram Jogananadagiri College and Majbat College.

Among others BTC executive member,eductaion directior was also present in the function.

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