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Historical drama Bagh Hazarika staged at Nazira


Ramdhenu Drama Troup of Hahsora staged the historical drama, “Bagh Hazarika” at Nazira Natya Mandir on February 11. The drama which is written by Jitu Jyoti Gayan, a young dramatist of 30 years of age, directed by Anup Borpatra Gohain, Jeto Bon Boruah and Jhahnobi Saikia.


Before staging the drama, a felicitation program, in which noted dramatist, director Rofikul Hussain and Pradip Kumar Das, Civil SDO, Nazira, present as special guest and inaugurator. The special show was organised by Nazira Natya Samiti, Nazira Traders Association, All Tai Ahom Students Union, All Tea Tribe Students Association, Assam Jatiyota Badi Yuba Chatra Parishad.



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Adivasi students cycles for land pattas

24 Feb 2016 - 10:19pm | Shajid Khan

Around 500 activist of All Adivasi Students Association of Assam (AASAA) took out a cycle rally from Panery and Hatigor to the Revenue Circle office Harisinga located at Bazaarkhola of Tangla in protest of Land pattas on Wednesday.The protesters gheraod the Office shouting slogans and holding playcards that read No Patta No Vote, No Land Patta No rest, Hamar Bagan Hamar Matti, We want land Patta etc; They also urged the government to provide 5 kg rice to each family under Food security act. "The tea tribes people should be handed over land pattas by the government or else we will not caste our vote to the Congress in coming assembly election ". Lakhindra  Mula Anchalik President of Panery AASAA said. The blockade was cleared with the intervention of Lakhya Jyoti Das, Khoirabari Revenue Circle Officer who is presently incharge of Harisinga Revenue Circle .The activists handed over land documents belonging to 2419 people. They also submitted a memorandum with their various demands that include handing over of land pattas, increase of daiy wage to Rs.330 etc; to the Chief Minister through office of Harisinga Revenue Circle officer.The acticists were from

Corramore, Hatigor, Bhutiachang, Panery, Majuli tea gardens of Udalguri district.

 

Krisok Sobha in Nazira

2 Sep 2015 - 8:33am | SK Hasan

The Nazira unit of All India Krishok Sobha observed its foundation day with a day long programme  at Natiya Mandir on Tuesday.

The organization took out a long procession in the town to mark the occasion to be marked by a public meeting the at Nazira Natiya Mandir where Left veterans Durpod Borgohain Kanok Gogoi were also present along with other dignatories.

The meeting demanded immediate withdrawal of the move to amend the Land Acquisition Bill 2013 along with measures to prevent erosion in Assam, pension for agricultural labours, solve the unemployed problem and stop privatization move.

Media conference starts at ADBU

2 Nov 2015 - 11:32pm | CM Paul

Mizoram Governor Lt General (Retd.) Shri Nirbhaya Sharma inaugurated National Media Education Conference being held at Assam Don Bosco University (ADBU), Azara Campus on 2nd Nov 2015 morning.

Present at the event were Vice-Chancellors of ADBU and Cotton College University Dr Stephen Mavely and Prof Druba Jyoti Saikia, and Dr Ajit Pathak Chairman Public Relations Society of India and GM Indian Oil Corportaion.


The two-day national conference is organized in collaboration with Mizoram University Dept of Mass Communication (estd. 2011) and ADBU Departments of Educational Leadership (estd. 2013), and Mass Communication (estd. 2014) from 2nd to 3rd November, 2015. 

The conference theme is ‘Quality Configuration for Media Education in India.’

“The prime point of the day is to refine the media education in India to meet the ever-changing demands of the profession by making it relevant and industry-oriented,” says Chairman of the conference Dr. K. V. Nagaraj, Professor at Mizoram University and Former Pro Vice-Chancellor of Assam University Silchar.

Convener of the conference and Head, ADBU Dept of Educational Leadership Dr Paul Pudussery explains, “Given the status and standard of media education in the country, despite an enormous increase in institutions of media education, time has come for media professionals and academia to redesign, revamp and refurbish the portfolio, by altering the system protocol, for a meaningful future.”

Among some 180 participants at the conference include delegations from Mizoram University (33), University of Madras (39), Rajiv Gandhi University Itanagar (6) and scholars from around the country.

The conference will consist of inaugural session followed by 3 plenary sessions and 7 technical sessions during which some 50 papers out of 100 plus abstracts received will be presented. 

A Pre-Conference Colloquium for students and research scholars was held on 31st October on the theme ‘Media, Culture and Society.’

There were 23 presentations by Masters students at the colloquium inaugurated by Prof K.V. Nagaraj on Saturday 31st October, 12 from ADBU and 11 from the University of Madras.