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PATACHARKUCHI, Jan 21 - in a bid to train students to appear in the NET and SET/SLET examinations, Bajali College one of the premier higher educational institution of the State which has been upgraded to Bhattadev University by the Government of Assam is going to held a three-days free coaching programme on January 23, 24 and 25.

Dr BK Das, member secretary, SLET Commission of NE Region will attend the inaugural session on January 23 as the chief guest and RC Borpatra Gohain, Advocate General of Assam will grace the occasion as the guest of honour. Dr Manoj Kumar Mahanta, Principal of the college will preside over the inaugural session.

The organisers informed that a number of experts from GU and other universities including IIT will take part as the resource persons in the coaching programme. PG students and intending participants are requested to contact the organising committee as well as the Principal of the college.

Pathsala to Sadiya on a cycle: In a unique endeavour to spread awareness on �save fuel, save energy, save water, save animals and plant trees�, a spirited youth, Kaushik Patgiri, has completed a cycle journey when the entire State was busy celebrating Bhogali Bihu.

Patgiri travelled 1300 km on a cycle from Pathsala to the Dr Bhupen Hazarika Setu at Dhola-Sadiya and back to spread awareness on environment safety.

He started the ride on January 7, travelled to Dr Bhupen Hazarika Setu, the longest bridge in the country, which was inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi last year. He reached the bridge over river Brahmaputra on January 11 and came back to Pathsala on Wednesday. Patgiri started his cycle journey with a motive to promote environment safety and environment friendliness among the people of the State. People from various places also became part of his journey and appreciated his initiative. According to information, during his tour, Patgiri was welcomed by the public in various places and extended support. During the tour, Patgiri informed the people about the aim behind the tour.

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Free coaching on Net, SET/SLET at Bajali College

PATACHARKUCHI, Jan 21 - in a bid to train students to appear in the NET and SET/SLET examinations, Bajali College one of the premier higher educational institution of the State which has been upgraded to Bhattadev University by the Government of Assam is going to held a three-days free coaching programme on January 23, 24 and 25.

Dr BK Das, member secretary, SLET Commission of NE Region will attend the inaugural session on January 23 as the chief guest and RC Borpatra Gohain, Advocate General of Assam will grace the occasion as the guest of honour. Dr Manoj Kumar Mahanta, Principal of the college will preside over the inaugural session.

The organisers informed that a number of experts from GU and other universities including IIT will take part as the resource persons in the coaching programme. PG students and intending participants are requested to contact the organising committee as well as the Principal of the college.

Pathsala to Sadiya on a cycle: In a unique endeavour to spread awareness on �save fuel, save energy, save water, save animals and plant trees�, a spirited youth, Kaushik Patgiri, has completed a cycle journey when the entire State was busy celebrating Bhogali Bihu.

Patgiri travelled 1300 km on a cycle from Pathsala to the Dr Bhupen Hazarika Setu at Dhola-Sadiya and back to spread awareness on environment safety.

He started the ride on January 7, travelled to Dr Bhupen Hazarika Setu, the longest bridge in the country, which was inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi last year. He reached the bridge over river Brahmaputra on January 11 and came back to Pathsala on Wednesday. Patgiri started his cycle journey with a motive to promote environment safety and environment friendliness among the people of the State. People from various places also became part of his journey and appreciated his initiative. According to information, during his tour, Patgiri was welcomed by the public in various places and extended support. During the tour, Patgiri informed the people about the aim behind the tour.

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