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New VTC computer building at Kalaigaon


The newly built computer building of Vocational Training Centre (VTC),Kalaigaon has been inaugurated at Kalaigaon on May 19.Major Arvind Kumar of 2 Field Regiment under Red Horns Division formally inaugurated the new building in presence of Major Sammir Bankankar and other distinguished people.The construction was done under the supervision of Lt Col S Giri of 2 Field Regiment,Mangaldai.On the occasion Major Arvind Kumar requested people of Kalaigaon particularly students and youths of the locality to take advantage of the VTC services so as to make computer science as a profession.


He also said that Indian Army had ben helping the people of Assam for all round development.According to him with the improvement of law and order situation in the state,army had been concentrating more on welfare activities. Jayanta Kumar Das,Asstt.Secy,VTC Kalaigaon in his welcome speech gratefully remembered the contribution of 65 Field Regiment and 2 Field Regiment under Red Horns Division for the construction of the VTC at Kalaigaon.It is worth mentioning that noted freedom fighter and social worker late Pani Ram Das had donated 2 bighas of land for the construction of VTC in 2009.The VTC has been offering training in various trades like computer,electrical weilding etc since its establishment in 2009.Distinguished persons namely social woker Kami Ram Saharia,Mouzadar Kamal Prasad Sarma, gaonburah Jona Ram Tamuli,journalists Imran Hussain and Rabindra Rabha etc were present at the inaugural ceremony.More than three hundred students and teachers from near by schools also attended the ceremony where a few spectacular cultural items were also performed by the students.


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