Presence of Vibrant Assam at Greater Noida
Assam's presence was felt by one and all at Ishan Institute of management and Technology, Greater Noida (Dt. Gautam Budh Nagar) Uttar Pradesh by a beautiful performance of Bihu Dance by assamese students of the Institute at the 13th Foundation Day celebration of the Institute. The ceremony was held on 11th August, 2007 at the Institute's auditorium.The group effort by the Seniors and juniors of the Institute didnot go unnoticed even by the District Magistrate of Gautam Budh Nagar District, Mr. A.V.Rajamouli.
It is quite amazing that the participants are only a month old at the Institute where they have got admission for the PGDBM programmes. It was made possible by the senior students like Roopam Das and Barsha Mahanta who had coordinated the entire thing including arrangement of the costumes. The participants, Ajoy Dutta Medhi, Nilkamal Patowary, Nibir Barman, Pritom Goswami, Shankhali Bhattacharjee, Sushmit Kamal Malakar, Pravol Adholia, Priyanka Das, Priyanka Baruah, Jahnobi Sonowal, Begum Sakina Sultana left no stone unturned to represent their state in full colour and vibrancy.It was the major attraction of the day and was appreciated by one and all. With this kind of enthusiasm by the young boys and girls, we hope to see much more of Assam and its culture not only in other parts of the country but around the world too..
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