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Induction meeting held at Dergaon IGNOU

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DERGAON, Feb 26 - The induction meeting of the newly enrolled learners of Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) DKD College Study Centre (0402) for the January session of this year was held at DKD College premises today.

The meeting chaired by the coordinator of the centre Dr Khireswar Loying was attended by the learners as well as the academic counsellors. The assistant coordinator of the centre Dr Parashmoni Thakur explained the objectives of the meeting and briefed up about the IGNOU study system. Through his address he also stressed on timely submission of home assignments along with compliances of other regulations of IGNOU like attending the counselling sessions etc. He also explained the different aspects of counselling sessions to be held in the centre and mentioned that at present as many as thirty one programme of IGNOU are continuing through the centre.

Addressing the gathering academic counsellor of Library and Information Science Sanjoy Kr Hazarika explained the different aspects of distance education as well as IGNOU system of education. He urged the learners not to compromise with quality of education. He also urged them to study their respective courses with full devotion and interest.

He also underlined the use of Information Technology in IGNOU study system. Through his speech the Librarian of DKD College as well as academic counsellor Dr Jnandeep Saikia opined that the second study centre in Assam is continuing its reputation till date. He also opined that the syllabus of IGNOU is national standard and so the students will be benefited for competitive examinations.

Speaking on the occasion, Assistant Professor as well as academic counsellor Tridhara Bordoloi urged the students to utilise the resources of the centre. Through his presidential address Dr Loying urged all the learners to go ahead for quality education and with that they will be able to glorify their careers in coming days. Academic counsellors Shiraj Ahmed, Beauty Mahanta and Jenia Ahmed along with Arun Dutta, Girin Bora, Jitul Dutta and Putul Bora attended the meeting. The programme ended with vote of thanks by Dr Parashmoni Thakur.

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Induction meeting held at Dergaon IGNOU

DERGAON, Feb 26 - The induction meeting of the newly enrolled learners of Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) DKD College Study Centre (0402) for the January session of this year was held at DKD College premises today.

The meeting chaired by the coordinator of the centre Dr Khireswar Loying was attended by the learners as well as the academic counsellors. The assistant coordinator of the centre Dr Parashmoni Thakur explained the objectives of the meeting and briefed up about the IGNOU study system. Through his address he also stressed on timely submission of home assignments along with compliances of other regulations of IGNOU like attending the counselling sessions etc. He also explained the different aspects of counselling sessions to be held in the centre and mentioned that at present as many as thirty one programme of IGNOU are continuing through the centre.

Addressing the gathering academic counsellor of Library and Information Science Sanjoy Kr Hazarika explained the different aspects of distance education as well as IGNOU system of education. He urged the learners not to compromise with quality of education. He also urged them to study their respective courses with full devotion and interest.

He also underlined the use of Information Technology in IGNOU study system. Through his speech the Librarian of DKD College as well as academic counsellor Dr Jnandeep Saikia opined that the second study centre in Assam is continuing its reputation till date. He also opined that the syllabus of IGNOU is national standard and so the students will be benefited for competitive examinations.

Speaking on the occasion, Assistant Professor as well as academic counsellor Tridhara Bordoloi urged the students to utilise the resources of the centre. Through his presidential address Dr Loying urged all the learners to go ahead for quality education and with that they will be able to glorify their careers in coming days. Academic counsellors Shiraj Ahmed, Beauty Mahanta and Jenia Ahmed along with Arun Dutta, Girin Bora, Jitul Dutta and Putul Bora attended the meeting. The programme ended with vote of thanks by Dr Parashmoni Thakur.