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Assam will truly be the gateway to SE Asia: CM

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SIVASAGAR, July 1 - Attending the closing ceremony of the golden jubilee celebrations of Sivasagar Commerce College today, Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal said, �knowledge is power and it is through education that one can have knowledge. The present government is therefore investing in a big way in the field of education to empower 65 per cent of the population below the age of 35 which is great pool of resource for the country.�

He said that the government launched the Skill India programme for up-skilling and re-skilling the youths and the unemployed. The State government has set up 240 centres for skill development. The Chief Minister said that Assam will truly be the gateway to the SE Asia and the government�s efforts towards this have began in the right earnest. The UDAN international scheme under ACT EAST policy has been launched to make direct flights to Hanoi, Bangkok, Brunei, Dhaka and many other destinations of SE Asia and the BBN countries from Guwahati. Similarly water, rail and land transportation will be improved in the years to come, he added. More than Rs 50, 000 crores of FDI came in the first year after the Advantage Assam Global Investors� Summit in Guwahati. He appealed to the teachers to make unrelenting effort to create human resources.

Founder Principal Dipali Chaliha was felicitated in the meeting held on the occasion which was presided over by the Principal, Dr Soumerjyoti Mahanta. It may be mentioned that the college has been contributing in a big way towards commerce education in upper Assam and the golden jubilee created great enthusiasm among the staff, students, alumni and the public as well.

Others who attended the closing function were Jogen Mohan, MLA, Mahmora LAC, SD Maske, ED & Asset Manager, ONGC, Nazira, Pabitra Margherita, chairman, Jyoti Chitraban Film Society, Dr Hiranya Chaliha, president, Assam College Principals Committee, Rupam Goswami, BJP spokesperson and Dr Laksmanan S, DC, Sivasagar. Jogen Mohan announced a grant of Rs 5 lakh to the college in his speech.

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Assam will truly be the gateway to SE Asia: CM

SIVASAGAR, July 1 - Attending the closing ceremony of the golden jubilee celebrations of Sivasagar Commerce College today, Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal said, �knowledge is power and it is through education that one can have knowledge. The present government is therefore investing in a big way in the field of education to empower 65 per cent of the population below the age of 35 which is great pool of resource for the country.�

He said that the government launched the Skill India programme for up-skilling and re-skilling the youths and the unemployed. The State government has set up 240 centres for skill development. The Chief Minister said that Assam will truly be the gateway to the SE Asia and the government�s efforts towards this have began in the right earnest. The UDAN international scheme under ACT EAST policy has been launched to make direct flights to Hanoi, Bangkok, Brunei, Dhaka and many other destinations of SE Asia and the BBN countries from Guwahati. Similarly water, rail and land transportation will be improved in the years to come, he added. More than Rs 50, 000 crores of FDI came in the first year after the Advantage Assam Global Investors� Summit in Guwahati. He appealed to the teachers to make unrelenting effort to create human resources.

Founder Principal Dipali Chaliha was felicitated in the meeting held on the occasion which was presided over by the Principal, Dr Soumerjyoti Mahanta. It may be mentioned that the college has been contributing in a big way towards commerce education in upper Assam and the golden jubilee created great enthusiasm among the staff, students, alumni and the public as well.

Others who attended the closing function were Jogen Mohan, MLA, Mahmora LAC, SD Maske, ED & Asset Manager, ONGC, Nazira, Pabitra Margherita, chairman, Jyoti Chitraban Film Society, Dr Hiranya Chaliha, president, Assam College Principals Committee, Rupam Goswami, BJP spokesperson and Dr Laksmanan S, DC, Sivasagar. Jogen Mohan announced a grant of Rs 5 lakh to the college in his speech.

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