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Entrepreneurs Aawareness Programme at Rangaloo, Nagaon

An Entrepreneurs Awareness Programme was organized by Gram Vikas Parishad on February 19 at Rangaloo with the financial assistance from Khadi & Village Industries Commission at Rangaloo, Nagaon district. More than 120 youths of the district participated in the event and of which 20 were selected for Entrepreneurs Development Programme (EDP). The selected entrepreneurs will undergo 12-days training in the same campus fromFeb 21 till March 5. Kamal Hazarika, Functional Manager of DICC, Nagaon was attended the EAP programme as a resource person and he delivered lecture on KVIC activities and procedure for obtaining loan and how to filling up application under different Margin Money Schemes (MMS) of KVIC. Dr. Abu Hanifa, Senior Journalist was also say on this matter. Sirajuddin Ahmed, General Secretary briefly described the objectives of the programme and Abdul Mannaf presided over the meeting.

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Flood erosion: Kolgachia on the brink

29 Aug 2008 - 2:15pm | editor
A devastating flood followed by erosion by the river Beki is posing serious threat to the existence of Kolgachia in Barpeta district rendering more than 3 lakhs people homeless in as many as ten villages.

More than 3 lakh people of ten villages have already been rendered homeless in Charcharia, Minisimola, Char Guleiza and Bobhanga. The people who have been rendered homeless have lost their cultivable land, schools along with houses of around 800 families when half of the area was eroded away by the river. The affected people have no option but to take shelter in the nearby dyke, that too bereft of government relief materials. The affected people have alleged government apathy saying they have failed to deliver the goods.

Local residents here say the situation has gone from bad to worse this year. The construction of the dam worth Rs 40 lakh has failed to serve its purpose. It was funded by CPI (M) MP Uddhav Barman, Jania MLA Abdul Rauf and Eshahok Ali.

Independence Day observed peacefully at Nazira

16 Aug 2013 - 9:13pm | SK Hasan

Along with the rest of the country the 67th Independence Day was observed peacefully at Nazira under the aegis of Nazira civil administration with a day-long programme. The ceremonial function was started from 8.15 in the morning at Nazira play ground. Etuwa Munda, state parliamentary secretary hoisted the National Flag at 9 AM. The event was attended by more than a thousand people at the Nazira Play Ground to salute the Tricolour and enjoy the Independence Day programme.

Training on Low Cost Polyhouse Cultivation at Goalpara

21 Mar 2008 - 3:58pm | Benjamin Kaman
A training on “Low cost Polyhouse cultivation” was organized on 7th March’ 2008 by Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Dudhnoi, Goalpara. Nearly thirty practicing farmers from Rangjuli, Darrangiri and Dudhnoi participated in the programme. The programme began with inauguration by incharge Mr. Swaroop Sarma, followed by ice breaking session. Course coordinator Er. Benjamin Kaman discussed pros and cons of Low cost Polyhouse cultivation, since the concept of Polyhouse cultivation is new in the Goalpara district. The farmers were been taught all aspects of low cost Polyhouse including site selection, construction, management of microclimate, plant protection aspects and recommended crop varieties and crop calendar. Er. Kaman also presented an estimate of a 100m2 area Polyhouse made of low cost 200 micron LDPE. At the end of the deliberation, economics of a year was presented considering three crops. A documentary was shown as a part of the training, which attracted and motivated the farmers to a great extent.

Mr. H. C. Kalita, Mr. Jyotish Barman, and Mrs. Minakshi Borah Kaman were the other officials present on the occasion. The officials also exchanged views with the farmers regarding other matters relating to agriculture.

The programme concluded with vote of thanks by Mr. H. C. Kalita.