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GUWAHATI, June 6 - A three-day programme on �Grooming and mentoring of students� was organised by the Science and Technology Division of the Assam Science Technology and Environment Council (ASTEC) in collaboration with Edugenie and with the support of All Bodo Students� Union at the Kharua Milan High School at Barama in Baksa district from June 4 to June 6.

The aim of the programme was to develop scientific temper among the students and to expose them to different career options.

Different scientific fields were introduced to the students with the help of hands-on activities. A total of 20 selected students from different schools of Barama took part in the event.

Topics like engineering, forensic science, medicine, biotechnology, architecture, astronomy, environment, science journalism and mathematics were covered.

The programme was inaugurated by Biman Chandra Barua, Scientific Officer of ASTEC�s S&T Division. It is learnt that ACTEC is planning to launch more programmes in the days to come to help the students of the State.

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ASTEC organises training for students

GUWAHATI, June 6 - A three-day programme on �Grooming and mentoring of students� was organised by the Science and Technology Division of the Assam Science Technology and Environment Council (ASTEC) in collaboration with Edugenie and with the support of All Bodo Students� Union at the Kharua Milan High School at Barama in Baksa district from June 4 to June 6.

The aim of the programme was to develop scientific temper among the students and to expose them to different career options.

Different scientific fields were introduced to the students with the help of hands-on activities. A total of 20 selected students from different schools of Barama took part in the event.

Topics like engineering, forensic science, medicine, biotechnology, architecture, astronomy, environment, science journalism and mathematics were covered.

The programme was inaugurated by Biman Chandra Barua, Scientific Officer of ASTEC�s S&T Division. It is learnt that ACTEC is planning to launch more programmes in the days to come to help the students of the State.