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DUNI, March 8 � Dr Dombaru Bhatta, professor of Texas Pan American University, Department of Mathematics has occupied a prestigious position in American scholars� society. Dr Bhatta, who is the eldest son of ideal farmer late Jagannath Sarma and Akan Devi of Dipila village under Sipajhar Police Station, presented a research paper at the 2012 Joint Mathematics Meeting (JMM), the largest annual mathematics meeting of the world held at Boston in the first week of January, 2012.

The Mathematical Association of America (MAA) and American Mathematical Society (AMS) organised the JMM where the attendance reached a record high close to 7,000. Dr Bhatta, who is a first class first MSc of Delhi University, participated in two workshops regarding usage of technology in teaching Calculus and Differential Equations. He attended many invited lectures by famous mathematicians including the GIBBS Lecture.

According to an e-mail available here, Dr Bhatta has attended all the JMMs since 2005. He first participated in the JMM in 2005 held at Atlanta and then in 2006 at San Antonio, in 2007 and 2011 at New Orleans, in 2008 at San Diego, in 2009 at Washington DC and in 2010 at San Francisco.

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Assamese professor presents paper in Boston

DUNI, March 8 � Dr Dombaru Bhatta, professor of Texas Pan American University, Department of Mathematics has occupied a prestigious position in American scholars� society. Dr Bhatta, who is the eldest son of ideal farmer late Jagannath Sarma and Akan Devi of Dipila village under Sipajhar Police Station, presented a research paper at the 2012 Joint Mathematics Meeting (JMM), the largest annual mathematics meeting of the world held at Boston in the first week of January, 2012.

The Mathematical Association of America (MAA) and American Mathematical Society (AMS) organised the JMM where the attendance reached a record high close to 7,000. Dr Bhatta, who is a first class first MSc of Delhi University, participated in two workshops regarding usage of technology in teaching Calculus and Differential Equations. He attended many invited lectures by famous mathematicians including the GIBBS Lecture.

According to an e-mail available here, Dr Bhatta has attended all the JMMs since 2005. He first participated in the JMM in 2005 held at Atlanta and then in 2006 at San Antonio, in 2007 and 2011 at New Orleans, in 2008 at San Diego, in 2009 at Washington DC and in 2010 at San Francisco.

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