Guwahati: Well-known healthcare institution of northeast India, Dispur Hospitals will conduct free blood tests for Thyroid, Hemoglobin & Sugar among the members of Guwahati Press Club (GPC) this week. The hospital representatives will arrive at press club premises on Thursday, Friday and Saturday (6, 7, 8 December 2018) by 3 pm to collect blood samples (20 members per day). The reports will be made available by Monday (10 December) at the press club office.
“Prevention is always better. Regular screenings of different parameters like thyroid, hemoglobin, sugar, cholesterol & triglycerides, liver and renal functions are very important for maintaining one’s sound health,” said Dr Jayanta Bardoloi, managing director of Dispur Hospitals pvt ltd adding that after the screening at press club, those participants in need, will be offered free consultations at the hospital premises in Ganeshguri locality of the city.
The Chief of BTC Hagrama Mohilary today visited Chirang district to assess the damages caused by the recent flood in the district.
In this regard, he held meeting with the district administration and interacted with the district heads of the departments in the conference hall of the DC's office here. After taking stock of the damages from all departments, he asked the officials to submit details assessment reports touching everything lost due to flood for restoration and mitigation of demages for sanctioning fund from the Central Govt. He said that the demages was not only caused by the Rivers-Aei, Champa and Manash but also with its tributaries like Kanamakra, Taklai, Nangalbanga etc. therefore, he asked the concerned departments to conduct proper survey at different areas and submit the reports of the demages within a month so as to move with the Govt.
The Chirang DC Mazumdar had informed that the total fund required for restoration of damages in the district was more than 30 crores.
Mohilary was accompanied by MP Biswajit Daimary, MLA Chandan Brahma, BTC EMs Syam Sundi, Jagdish Sarkar, BTC Principal Secretary Anupam Kr. Ray, Secretary Carol Narzary.
In a bid to encourage the ignited spirits of Tangla Jana Jagaran Society organised a felicitation programme for the meritious students who passed out HSLC at the Bor Tangla ME school on the outskirts of the town on Saturday.
The felicitation programme was graced aschief guest by Nilamoni Bora retired Principal of Tangla HS .The programme which was presided over by Santeswar Rabha President of the society was sponsored by P& D Enterprise co-ordinated by noted comedian and actor Bipul Rabha and Khoirabari Revenue Circle Officer Lakhya Jyoti Das.
The maiden speech on the programme was delivered by Ashim Roy. Speaking on the ocassion Nabin Ch. Bezbaruah said that the district is lacking behind in education sphere,not many students of the region make into competitive examinations.He urged the students to set definite goals and struggle to achieve them. He hailed Jana Jagaran Society and Dipen Das(Toppa) the propietor of P & D Enterprise for organising such an event.
Nilamoni Bora attending the programme aschief guest said ," Our society has been engulfed by anti-social elements.It is quite absurd to read incidents of Murder,rape ,molestation which grabs headlines in daily newspapers.
"All round develipment is the sole purpose of education. Today's youth has been gripped by three things Mobile ,Motor-bike and alcohol which has pushed them to edge of dangerous things.
Questioning the state govt. on its stance on dry state status to Assam he said," Chief Minister Sonowal boasts that it is Sankar-Madhavs' land ajd we should inspired by their teachings. But did they teach to drink alcohol. Why can't Assam be a dry state he questioned? Assam blessed with numerous revebue generating resources feom tea, oil is not depended on alcohol and wine shops and alcohol distillaries for revenue.He further said that the Politicians should not resort to such politics which which destroys the youth as there have been open sale of drugs and alcohol. Noted comedian and actor Bipul Rabha also spoke on the ocassion and entertained them.
In the felicitation programme as many as 130 students who passed out HSLC 2017 were feted with a mementos, phulam gamocha . The students also expressed their gratitude to the members of the society for feting them.