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Career Counselling Program held at Dimakuchi

The Dimakuchi Anchalik Committee of All Bodo Students Union (ABSU) organized a career counselling and motivational program at Borengajuli Xatra Community hall on Monday where more than 60 students took participat.

The key objectives of the program were to make the students aware of the various career options for them and to motivate them to work hard for building a bright future. Attending the program, the Principal of Trinity Jr. College,  Babul Boro urged the students to build a bright future.

Dimakuchi  ABSU President, Praneswar Basumatary explained about the program and its objectives. He also asked the students to use education to change their life, society, nation and the world. He added that career of a student depends on quality of education and hard work.

Rangiya Higher Secondary school teacher Binanda Swargiary interacted with the young students regarding the value of education in building a successful life. He also spoke about various national and state level competitive exams like UPSC, SSC, ACS and Bank PO exams and motivated the students to work hard to achieve the goals.

The program was also attended by many dignitaries including Joushrang Boro, Central President ABSTGA.

 

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Borengajuli Tea Estate Dimakuchi, Udalguri, Assam

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