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Acharyakulam opened in Chirang district

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BONGAIGAON, May 16 - BTC Chief Hagrama Mahilary on Sunday formally inaugurated a residential educational institution, Acharyakulam, run by Patanjali Yogpeeth (Trust), Haridwar, at Khagrabari in Chirang district.

The institution, which is CBSE-affiliated and started with standard one to four, will impart vedic and modern education with residential facilities to the economically weak students free of cost. Already 150 students from in and around Khagrabari area have been admitted to the institution.

The aim of Acharyakulam is to groom the students for national-level competitions by inculcating moral, spiritual and academic knowledge in them, said LR Saini, Director of Acharyakulam.

The trust has planned to open 700 such Acharyakulams across the country to produce future experts and intellectuals who can prove their efficiency in their respective fields with honesty and accountability, Saini added.

Former Minister Chandan Brahma in his address in the inaugural meeting lauded the great effort of Patanjali Yogpeeth for successfully opening a residential school for the poor students in such backward areas in Chirang district.

Brahma called upon the people to extend their cooperation in support of the institution so that the entire area can be turned into a �tourist hub� and known as �second Haridwar�.

Refuting the charge of grabbing lands of the farmers for personal gain behind the opening of such institution, Brahma said such allegations are baseless and motivated.

While BTC Chief Hagrama Mahilary said the land was allotted to the Patanjali yogpeeth legally and if anybody has doubt on this issue he can talk with us.

A farm of local breed cow had opened in the campus of Acharyakulam in last year. Sites have been fixed in the same campus for organic farming and research on cow products.

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Acharyakulam opened in Chirang district

BONGAIGAON, May 16 - BTC Chief Hagrama Mahilary on Sunday formally inaugurated a residential educational institution, Acharyakulam, run by Patanjali Yogpeeth (Trust), Haridwar, at Khagrabari in Chirang district.

The institution, which is CBSE-affiliated and started with standard one to four, will impart vedic and modern education with residential facilities to the economically weak students free of cost. Already 150 students from in and around Khagrabari area have been admitted to the institution.

The aim of Acharyakulam is to groom the students for national-level competitions by inculcating moral, spiritual and academic knowledge in them, said LR Saini, Director of Acharyakulam.

The trust has planned to open 700 such Acharyakulams across the country to produce future experts and intellectuals who can prove their efficiency in their respective fields with honesty and accountability, Saini added.

Former Minister Chandan Brahma in his address in the inaugural meeting lauded the great effort of Patanjali Yogpeeth for successfully opening a residential school for the poor students in such backward areas in Chirang district.

Brahma called upon the people to extend their cooperation in support of the institution so that the entire area can be turned into a �tourist hub� and known as �second Haridwar�.

Refuting the charge of grabbing lands of the farmers for personal gain behind the opening of such institution, Brahma said such allegations are baseless and motivated.

While BTC Chief Hagrama Mahilary said the land was allotted to the Patanjali yogpeeth legally and if anybody has doubt on this issue he can talk with us.

A farm of local breed cow had opened in the campus of Acharyakulam in last year. Sites have been fixed in the same campus for organic farming and research on cow products.