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Digital photography training workshop at Golaghat

The Indian Institute of Entrepreneurship (IIE) in association with UB Photos Institute of Photography, a wing of UB Photos, the premier Photo News Agency of Northeast India, has organised a 150 hours of Entrepreneurship Skill Development Programme on Digital Photography and Photoshop sponsored by Ministry of MSME, Govt. of India at the office of Golaghat Dist. Journalist Association. The training workshop was today inaugurated by Jadav Saikia, Project Director, DRDA Golaghat. Also present on the occasion were Bismita Gogoi, MLA of Khumtai LAC, Achinta Kumar Barua, senior faculty and programme coordinator of ESDP for IIE, Anup Jyoti Choudhury, District Public Relation Officer, Dwipen Dutta, President AAJU Golaghat Dist. Committee and Utpal Baruah from UB Photos. Speaking on the occasion Bismita Gogoi said that she had also personally undertaken training at IIE which highly benefited her in later year. So she expressed hope that the trainees in the programme would reap benefit from the program that will help them in their career. A total of thirty students are going to participate in this vocational training.

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