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FCRA seminar in Guwahati

The Ministry of Home Affairs is organizing a day long outreach seminar to sensitize stakeholders on various provisions of the Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act, 2010 (FCRA).

The seminar will be held on Friday. The venue is ITA Pragjyoti Auditorium, MG Road, Machkhowa, Guwahati.

The Ministry of Home Affairs has invited different organisations for the seminar and the details of the programme about the seminar are available on the official website of Ministry.

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GIMT graduation ceremony 2016

9 Sep 2016 - 8:16am | AT News

Girijananda Chowdhury Group of Institutes, Guwahati celebrated their 7th Graduation Ceremony on 7th September, 2016, on the occasion of the 10th Foundation Day of the institutes. The Graduation Ceremony is celebrated every year to acknowledge the success of their recent graduates, this year marking the passing out of the7th batch of B.E. and MBA, 6th batch of B. Pharm., 5th batch of MCA and 4th batch of M. Pharm and 3rd batch of M.Tech.


The event was graced by the presence of Dr. Pradyut Kumar Goswami, Hon’ble Vice Chancellor, Assam Science and Technology University, as the Chief Guest and Mr. Alok Verma, Business Head, Vodafone Assam and North East, as the Guest of Honour. The event started off with lighting of the inaugural lamp by the members of the institute along with the Chief Guest and the Guest of Honour. The dignitaries then shared their enlightening views with the new batch of graduates, motivating and inspiring them to face the challenges of everyday life.


Certificates were awarded to all the successful graduates. The toppers of all departments were also awarded with cash prizes.


On the day the institute also gave away prizes to the winners of the State Level Essay Competition for school students organized by GIMT, Guwahati in March, 2016. The event concluded with a vote of thanks from the faculty of the institute.

 

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Gogoi’s vote polarizing attempt!

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Talking to Assam Times, senior BJP leaders said that Gogoi was living in fools’ paradise if he really saw the possibility of any post poll patch up with AUIDF. “Simply it is an attempt to polarize vote hardly a year ahead of assembly polls. Is it possible? We have ideological difference with AIUDF which is why, the question of any poll patch up does not arise,” a senior BJP functionary refusing to be named.
AIUDF leaders are equally angry with the chief minister a day after his bizarre observation. “His observation suggests the absence of a healthy mind. We are dead opposed to a number of issues with BJP. It is a communal party which we do not endorse. We do not understand why Gogoi has been saying these,” he told Assam Times.
Another AIUDF leader said,” he perhaps has lost his mental balance. No healthy political leader can make this observation. The case of the unprecedented patch up in Jammu &Kashmir is different. Assam is not J&K. The things are different here.”
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