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Asom Nepali Sahitya Sabha session concludes

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JAGIROAD, May 27 � The Asom Nepali Sahitya Sabha has appealed to the State Government to set up Nepali Departments in the universities of the State to offer post-graduate course, MPhil and PhD degrees.

The three-day joint conference of the Asom Nepali Sahitya Sabha and Nepali Sahitya Parishad, Assam which concluded on May 26 at Amlighat in Morigaon district,8 km from here, demanded the Assam Government to introduce Nepali language in the schools and colleges in the State where there are at least 15% Nepali students.The Sabha session asked the State Government to regularise the teachers who has been working in shools and the colleges of Assam.

By another resolution, the session demanded the concerned authority to publish text books of Nepali language and literature for schools and colleges of the State.

The Asom Nepali Sahitya Sabha further welcomed the State Government for its allocation of fund for the publication of quality books in Nepali language and literature and wished that such allocation of more funds will continue in the future for the all-round development of the Nepali community in the State.

Attending the Sabha session as a guest of honour, Dr BC Neog, Principal, Jagiroad College in his speech urged the Sabha executive to produce new writers with the help of already established writers. The aims and objectives will be fulfilled if the new writers could introduce new ideas through their writings for the benefit of the new generation, Dr Neog observed. Noted Nepali litterateur and Nepali Sahitya Academy award winner Lilbahadur Chetri, who attended the open session as the chief guest, dwelt at length on the history of Nepali literature in India.

Presiding over the open session, the newly-elected president of the ANSS Dambar Dahal called upon the people of the society to maintain traditional unity in the society.

Loknath Upadhya, president, Gorkha Development Council, DB Chetri, president, Nepali Prakashan Parishad, Assam, Lilbahadur Pradhan, president, Nepali Culture Protection Council, Assam, Gita Upadhaya, litterateur, Nazrul Islam, CEO, Morigaon Zila Parishad, Abinash Shrestha, Narayan Rodokakoti and several others also attended the

open session. Earlier, Tarapoti Upadhaya, litterateur inaugurated the open session while Shabilal Sharma, president, reception committee read out the welcome address. The newly-elected secretary general of the ANSS, Dr Chintamoni Sharma welcomed the guests. Paban Gogoi, Principal, Sur Deul Sangeet Mahavidyalaya inaugurated the last colourful cultural nite.

Earlier, on May 24 the three-day long programme began with the inauguration of the delegates� camp by Gurudutta Sharma, president, Sitajakhala Dugdha Utpadak Samabai Samiti.The last central executive committee meetings of the Asom Nepali Sahitya Sabha (ANSS) and Nepali Sahitya Parishad (NSP), Assam were held separately. The newly-elected president of ANSS, Dambar Dahal and the president, NSP, Assam Karnabahadur Chetri hoisted the flags while Bhimlal Sharma, retired teacher of the area offered floral tributes to the portrait of Late Nandalal Upadhya, an active activist of the reunion of ANSS and NSP, Assam who died in February last. Manohar Sharma, retired teacher inaugurated the delegates� session.

Seminar session: A seminar on �Nepali language and its teaching- learning� was also organised. Dr Gokul Sinha, Principal, Siliguri College, Dr Khagen Sharma, Secretary, Nepali Prakashan Parishad, Assam and Abikeshar Sharma, president, Teaching-Learning department, ANSS were the main participants.The seminar was inaugurated by Naba Sapkuta, former president NSP, Assam.

Book release session:Dr Gokul Sinha, Principal, Siliguri College released the Sabha souvenir named Mahamila edited by Padum Baraily. Altogether, 14 books were also released in the session.

New executive: A 51-member new executive was constituted in the delegates� session with Dambar Dahal and Dr Chintamoni Sharma as president and secretary respectively.

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Asom Nepali Sahitya Sabha session concludes

JAGIROAD, May 27 � The Asom Nepali Sahitya Sabha has appealed to the State Government to set up Nepali Departments in the universities of the State to offer post-graduate course, MPhil and PhD degrees.

The three-day joint conference of the Asom Nepali Sahitya Sabha and Nepali Sahitya Parishad, Assam which concluded on May 26 at Amlighat in Morigaon district,8 km from here, demanded the Assam Government to introduce Nepali language in the schools and colleges in the State where there are at least 15% Nepali students.The Sabha session asked the State Government to regularise the teachers who has been working in shools and the colleges of Assam.

By another resolution, the session demanded the concerned authority to publish text books of Nepali language and literature for schools and colleges of the State.

The Asom Nepali Sahitya Sabha further welcomed the State Government for its allocation of fund for the publication of quality books in Nepali language and literature and wished that such allocation of more funds will continue in the future for the all-round development of the Nepali community in the State.

Attending the Sabha session as a guest of honour, Dr BC Neog, Principal, Jagiroad College in his speech urged the Sabha executive to produce new writers with the help of already established writers. The aims and objectives will be fulfilled if the new writers could introduce new ideas through their writings for the benefit of the new generation, Dr Neog observed. Noted Nepali litterateur and Nepali Sahitya Academy award winner Lilbahadur Chetri, who attended the open session as the chief guest, dwelt at length on the history of Nepali literature in India.

Presiding over the open session, the newly-elected president of the ANSS Dambar Dahal called upon the people of the society to maintain traditional unity in the society.

Loknath Upadhya, president, Gorkha Development Council, DB Chetri, president, Nepali Prakashan Parishad, Assam, Lilbahadur Pradhan, president, Nepali Culture Protection Council, Assam, Gita Upadhaya, litterateur, Nazrul Islam, CEO, Morigaon Zila Parishad, Abinash Shrestha, Narayan Rodokakoti and several others also attended the

open session. Earlier, Tarapoti Upadhaya, litterateur inaugurated the open session while Shabilal Sharma, president, reception committee read out the welcome address. The newly-elected secretary general of the ANSS, Dr Chintamoni Sharma welcomed the guests. Paban Gogoi, Principal, Sur Deul Sangeet Mahavidyalaya inaugurated the last colourful cultural nite.

Earlier, on May 24 the three-day long programme began with the inauguration of the delegates� camp by Gurudutta Sharma, president, Sitajakhala Dugdha Utpadak Samabai Samiti.The last central executive committee meetings of the Asom Nepali Sahitya Sabha (ANSS) and Nepali Sahitya Parishad (NSP), Assam were held separately. The newly-elected president of ANSS, Dambar Dahal and the president, NSP, Assam Karnabahadur Chetri hoisted the flags while Bhimlal Sharma, retired teacher of the area offered floral tributes to the portrait of Late Nandalal Upadhya, an active activist of the reunion of ANSS and NSP, Assam who died in February last. Manohar Sharma, retired teacher inaugurated the delegates� session.

Seminar session: A seminar on �Nepali language and its teaching- learning� was also organised. Dr Gokul Sinha, Principal, Siliguri College, Dr Khagen Sharma, Secretary, Nepali Prakashan Parishad, Assam and Abikeshar Sharma, president, Teaching-Learning department, ANSS were the main participants.The seminar was inaugurated by Naba Sapkuta, former president NSP, Assam.

Book release session:Dr Gokul Sinha, Principal, Siliguri College released the Sabha souvenir named Mahamila edited by Padum Baraily. Altogether, 14 books were also released in the session.

New executive: A 51-member new executive was constituted in the delegates� session with Dambar Dahal and Dr Chintamoni Sharma as president and secretary respectively.

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