Workshop on Research Methodology in Social Sciences at Bikali College
A workshop on Research Methodology in Social Sciences was jointly
organized by the department of economics and commerce of Bikali College Dhupdhara
in Goalpara district today. Altogether 80 researchers from various colleges of the state
participated in the workshop. The workshop was formally inaugurated by Dr. Malina Devi Rabha,
principal, Bikali College. In her inaugural speech, Dr. Rabha highlighted the importance of research work
for gaining knowledge as well as benefiting the society.
Two technical sessions were conducted which were presided over
by Dr MG Singha and Dr. Abdul Haque Ahmed. The sessions were addressed by
Dr. Kalyan Das of Omeo Kumar Das Institute of Social Change and Development (OKDISCD),
Guwahati. The technical sessions were dealt with various doubts faced by researchers
in social sciences. Both the sessions were interacted by the participants who were divided
into four groups to raise their problems in undertaking a research project in social science.
The day long workshop was concluded with a valedictory session where certificates were
distributed among the participants, Ramesh Ch. Das and Pankaj Rabha, the joint co-ordinator told the Assam Times.
3 Jun 2011 - 9:06pm | Ritupallab Saikia
A new socio-economical organization namely North Eastern Citizen Rights and Duties Forum (NECARD) has been formed at Golaghat on 26th May. Today, addressing a press meet here at Golaghat, NECARD’s President Mr. Mohan Lal Jalan briefed the media persons about the objectives behind establishment of NECARD. Their main objectives are to fight for protecting the fundamental rights of citizens provided by the constitution, to work for the all round development of the states of northeastern India, to fight against corruption and nepotism, to attract investment from NRIs and corporate houses, to boost the ideal of nationalism and to preserve the territorial integrity of the nation, to pay respect and homage to all those souls who lost their lives in the hands of terrorists or security forces during last 30 years and declare them as SHAHID etc. The newly formed organization demanded that a fly over should be constructed over the 21 kilo meter stretch of NH-37 which runs through the animal corridor of Kaziranga National Park to protect the animals from being run down by the passing vehicles on the highway. They also demands of declaring Golaghat as a tourist town as Golaghat has many potential tourist attraction apart from Kaziranga National Park. The DONER ministry had mentioned that 38 district headquarters of north eastern states to be connected by air and the NECARD wish that Golaghat should also be included in the list.
25 Jan 2014 - 9:56pm | AT News
Three distinguish personalities have been selected for Padma awards while two senior police officers would be honoured with President’s police medals.
Padma Bibhushan award goes to veteran singer Parbin Sultana while Dr Mukul Goswami and Dr Sarbeswar Saharia have been selected for Padma Shri awards. The awards have been announced a day ahead of the Republic Day
10 Oct 2011 - 3:19am | editor
In a sensational shoot out, the wife of sitting opposition Asom Gana Parishad MLA, Bhupen Roy was allegedly shot dead by their personal security officer in Bongaigaon district on Sunday. The incident took place in the afternoon when Jeuti Roy, was travelling with the PSO Sanatan Das at Baithamari near Abhayapuri when the PSO started indiscriminate firing at the car where Jeuti died on the spot.
Immediately after the incident, PSO Das had allegedly fired at himself and was in a critical condition in the hospital. In a suicide note that was recovered from the vehicle, Jeuti wrote to her husband to take care of their two children. The police suspected that the PSO had an illicit relationship with the wife of the MLA, representing North Abhayapuri constituency.
Later, the PSO also died when he was undergoing treatment at the Bongaigaon hospital.