Orientation programme on UPSC examination held
Kokrajhar: A five-day orientation cum workshop on civil service examinations (UPSC) begins on Monday at UN Academy in Kokrajhar.
Hundreds of students from UN Academy and several colleges from Kokrajhar participated the programme and took knowledge and information about preparedness to sit in the civil service examinations.
Pwrman Brahma, IAS from graced as resource person in the workshop and discussed on the preparation and knowledge building up among students.
The workshop was organized by UN Academy,Kokrajhar to create awareness on career building and quality educational environment among students in the region.
Brahma said that the workshop has been emphasized to share knowledge and information about the preparation to sit in the civil service examinations.He said that aspiring UPSC candidates must dedicate hard study to acquire competitive examination.He said that students must maintain discipline and high deep self management while stepping to get successful of the competitive examinations.
Among others, Director of UN Academy Krishna Gopal Basumatary, tescher of UN Academy Bishnu Prasad Brahma were prominent attendees on the occasion.
5 Aug 2009 - 10:15am | Jayanta Kumar Das
The abduction of a minor girl, aged only 13 years, at Balipota village under Kalaigaon police station has created sensation in the areas. People have condemned the act and expressed regret at police failure to nab the culprit. According to information received, one Nitya Sarma (35),son of Bangsidhar Sarma,of the same village had been staying at the residence of one Dulal Deka since last year. Taking advantage of the simplicity of the parents of the minor girl, Nitya Sarma successfully established an affair with the girl and finally abducted her on July 15/09.An FIR was lodged at the Kalaigaon police station by the father of the girl the next day. But the abductor and the girl could not be traced till July 31,when police rescued the girl in the same village, but the abductor was still missing.The girl was presented before the Hon’ble judicial Magistrate at Mangaldai court on August 1.The girl confessed before the court that Nitya Sarma had abducted her by force. Latter the girl was handed over to her father’s custody and police was directed to take action against the abductor.
Surprisingly the girl was abducted again on the very next day on August 2 morning by the same youth. Another FIR was lodged at Kalaigaon police station but the whereabouts of the girl could not be traced till August 6. People of the locality have condemned two time abduction of the minor girl. Raising question on the sincerity of Kalaigaon police, people urged DC and SP of Darrang to take appropriate action against the abductor and to rescue the minor girl.
3 Apr 2018 - 11:17am | Nikhil Mundra
Hojai: Hojai MLA Shiladitya Dev blames it all on the erstwhile Congress government in Dispur for the scarcity of potable water in the district.
Addressing a press conference in Hojai on Sunday Dev said the public health engineering department undertook a huge scheme in 2007-08. But it has yet to see the light of the day.
The reason behind this is nothing but rampant corruption. Corruption has resulted in the delay in the execution of the schemes and the people are made to bear the brunt, said the legislator.
He said the BJP-led government in Dispur has completed two years only. “Even after two years we have not been able to clear it since corruption gripped in the technical level and it would take time to remove it,” said he said.
According to him, the government focuses a pace of corruption-free development. “Since the workers of Hojai Municipal Board have been relentlessly working for the last one year, we hope within the next one year every road of town will be developed. We are planning for parks in the town, a clock tower,” said the MLA who attended a function to mark the Annual Day of Hojai Municipal Board.
Earlier Krishna Saha, Head Assistant of the municipal body was felicitated acknowledging his sincere performance during the financial year 2017-18.
27 Aug 2017 - 10:26am | AT News Guwahati
Electronic Media Forum Assam (EMFA) expresses shock at the sudden demise of Rima Sarma, a popular cultural news presenter of Prag News, following an accident on Saturday night at Bhangagarh locality of the city.
The forum also wishes early recovery of another city based television scribe, who was admitted to GMCH after facing an attack from miscreants last night. Biman Kalita of News Live, who was stabbed last night at Dhirenpara locality, is still in the hospital.
Saddened by the untimely demise of Rima, the forum also mentions that two more scribes are presently undergoing treatment in separate hospitals of the city. Gautam Hazarika of DY365 and Kushal Lahan of Amar Asom were admitted to hospitals on 15 August following after a massive brain stroke and road accident respectively.