Reality Public School celebrates Foundation Day
Kokrajhar, April 30: The Reality Public School, Kokrajhar, a private managed english medium school has turned seven years today as the school management committee celebrated the 7th Foundation Day in connection with annual school week celebration.
The annual foundation day wad celebrated to mark the annual school week celebration,which was organised by School Management Committee.The school was founded in 2012 to facilitate quality education among the society and serving quality education sinar its inception. Principal of Gauhati Medical College Dr AK Adhikari graced as Chief guest on the day. Students of the school showcase beauiful cultural activities which created amusement.
Chairman of the school SK Brahma addressed the welcome address to the attended guests.
Dr Adhikari appreciated the school authority for leading a good educational institution in Kokrajhar. He has emphasised quality education among society to meet healthy living as well human resource development. He has urged the guardians to be dedicated while building quality education.
'I am very much impressed with the school administration as the school annual day was saw huge programmes that created amuzement', Dr Adhikari said.
Chairman of the school management committee, Brahma said that the school has been discharging duties with dedicatedly to bring healthy educational environment in the region. He said that this year school has been getting secondary school afffiliation from Delhi under CBSE and providing quality education. He has appealed to all sections of society to cooperate the school to serve more deicative in bringing healthy education.
10 Oct 2007 - 3:35pm | editor
Assam lifted the NE Challenge Cup Hockey title defeating favourite Manipur by 2-0 in the final held at Md Tayabulla hockey stadium at Vetapara on Wednesday.
M Ramen Singh drew the first blood in the 15th minutes of the match while Y Holendra Singh increased the margin just six minutes later.
Tripura bagged the fair play award of the championship.
22 Mar 2014 - 1:12pm | AT News
In a major development that can jeopardize the poll prospects of two ruling party candidates, Chatra Mukti Songram Samiti on Saturday has moved the Election Commission alleging false information by two Congress candidates.
Addressing a press conference, CMSS officials disclosed that in her affidavit, Lakhimpur Congress candidate Ranee Narah has not disclosed properties worth crores of rupees before the country’s poll panel.
They further demanded action against Gaurav Gogoi for not disclosing the real assets owned by him.
According to the allegations, in his affidavit, the chief minister’s son who contests from Koliabor constituency has not disclosed the real assets to the tune of crores of rupees. These include a huge amount of money he has invested in a number of companies.
20 Jul 2013 - 7:33pm | Subhamoy Bhattacharjee
A seven-year old male leopard is being shifted today to the Nagaland Zoological Park from the Centre of Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation (CWRC), near Kaziranga National Park.
The Assam Forest Department and International Fund for Animal Welfare -Wildlife Trust of India (IFAW-WTI) run CWRC had been taking care of the leopard since 2006, after he was found alone in a tea garden by locals and handed over to the authorities.
"When we get any animal at CWRC, our first choice is to look into rehabilitation back in the wild. However, rehabilitation is not an easy option for large carnivores, considering the need for extensive space as they are territorial animals, and also because the chances of conflicts are very high. Particularly so if they have spent very little time in the wild before being brought under human care, as in the case of this cub," said Dr Rathin Barman, Deputy Director, WTI.
"We are already having a female leopard and this male leopard which we received today will be her mate soon. We are glad and thankful to the Assam Forest Department and WTI for their generous gesture. We expect to continue this good relation in future also." said, Tongpangzemba Ao, Director of Nagaland Zoological Park.
Dr Anjan Talukdar, Senior Veterinarian at CWRC recalled, "He was only a few months old, shy and weak when he was ‘rescued’ from Doomdooma and brought to CWRC. Now he is fully grown, strong, healthy and even a bit aggressive. He should hopefully do well in the new environment in Dimapur.”
Sighting of leopards among other animals in tea gardens are common in Assam. "Wherever sighted, we advise the people to not pick up wild animal youngs. The mother would generally be nearby and return for them, provided that there is no disturbance. At best, inform the authorities, who can look into the situation and decide on the intervention as required," added Dr Barman.