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KALAIGAON, April 7 - The All Bodo Students� Union (ABSU) has expressed immense pleasure over decision of the APSC (Assam Public Service Commission) to hold Assam Civil Service examinations at four new centres in Assam as had been demanded. The centres are Mushalpur for Baksa district, Kajalgaon for Chirang district, Udalguri for Udalguri district and at Biswanath Chariali for Biswanath district.

In a press release issued by its vice president Dipen Boro and education secretary Kastom Basumatary, ABSU central committee thanked the APSC for its positive response to the ABSU memorandum submitted on February 2 this year for opening of new APSC examination centres at the said places.

The press release mentioned APSC letter (Memo No.55PSC/E-20/2017-2018 dated March 19, 2018) confirming the new centres along with Charaideo, Hojai, Majuli, South Salmara, West Karbi Anglong. It needs to be mentioned here that ABSU had demanded opening of new examination centres for people of the three BTAD and Biswanath districts. While thanking the APSC chairman, the ABSU said that the new centres would help people living in remotest parts of north bank districts of Assam bordering Bhutan and Arunachal Pradesh to easily appear in the APSC examinations.

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ABSU welcomes APSC move to open new examination centres

KALAIGAON, April 7 - The All Bodo Students� Union (ABSU) has expressed immense pleasure over decision of the APSC (Assam Public Service Commission) to hold Assam Civil Service examinations at four new centres in Assam as had been demanded. The centres are Mushalpur for Baksa district, Kajalgaon for Chirang district, Udalguri for Udalguri district and at Biswanath Chariali for Biswanath district.

In a press release issued by its vice president Dipen Boro and education secretary Kastom Basumatary, ABSU central committee thanked the APSC for its positive response to the ABSU memorandum submitted on February 2 this year for opening of new APSC examination centres at the said places.

The press release mentioned APSC letter (Memo No.55PSC/E-20/2017-2018 dated March 19, 2018) confirming the new centres along with Charaideo, Hojai, Majuli, South Salmara, West Karbi Anglong. It needs to be mentioned here that ABSU had demanded opening of new examination centres for people of the three BTAD and Biswanath districts. While thanking the APSC chairman, the ABSU said that the new centres would help people living in remotest parts of north bank districts of Assam bordering Bhutan and Arunachal Pradesh to easily appear in the APSC examinations.

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