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Inter-college debate on Citizenship Bill held

By The Assam Tribune

DERGAON, Feb 9 - The duo comprising Suhana Tasneem and Bishnu Jyoti Pegu of JB College, Jorhat emerged as the best team at the 44th edition of Noren Sarma Memorial All-Assam Inter-College Debate Competition held at DKD College recently.

The debate on, �Implementation of Citizenship (Amendment) Bill-2016 will have an Impact on the Basic Structure of the Indian Constitution� organised in the fond memory of one of the pioneers of the college Noren Sarma was chaired by Deputy Inspector General (DIG) of Railway Police, Assam and a noted writer Abu Sufian.

In the keenly-contested debate participated by 28 competitors representing 14 colleges and universities, the team comprising Nihar Hazarika and Papori Bora of DKD College, Dergaon was declared the second-best team while the team comprising Jayanta Bora and Ashish Boruah of DR College, Golaghat clinched the third best team award.

On the other hand, speaking for the motion, Manash Jyoti Bora of Assam Agricultural University, Jorhat and Suhana Tasneem of JB College, Jorhat were adjudged as the first and second-best debaters respectively.

Retired Principal Ratul Rajkhowa of Bokakhat, advocate Jayanta Dev Sarma of Jorhat and journalist Sanjoy Kumar Hazarika took part as the judges. The prize winners were awarded with trophies and cash prizes by the speaker Abu Sufian and college Principal Dr Ranjit Kumar Bordoloi in the closing ceremony which was moderated by the convener of the debate Dr Dhiren Tamuly.

Certificates to 16 students of DKD College, who successfully participated in the 100-hour Swachha Abhiyan, were distributed by the Golaghat district Brand Ambassador of Swachh Bharat Mission Sanjoy Kumar Hazarika.

Earlier, in the opening ceremony which was moderated by Bijit Ranjan Saikia, rich tributes were paid before the portrait of Noren Sarma, one of the trinity of the college who died in 1972, by noted social worker and secretary of the Noren Sarma Smriti Rakshya Samiti Atul Goswami. � Correspondent

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Inter-college debate on Citizenship Bill held

DERGAON, Feb 9 - The duo comprising Suhana Tasneem and Bishnu Jyoti Pegu of JB College, Jorhat emerged as the best team at the 44th edition of Noren Sarma Memorial All-Assam Inter-College Debate Competition held at DKD College recently.

The debate on, �Implementation of Citizenship (Amendment) Bill-2016 will have an Impact on the Basic Structure of the Indian Constitution� organised in the fond memory of one of the pioneers of the college Noren Sarma was chaired by Deputy Inspector General (DIG) of Railway Police, Assam and a noted writer Abu Sufian.

In the keenly-contested debate participated by 28 competitors representing 14 colleges and universities, the team comprising Nihar Hazarika and Papori Bora of DKD College, Dergaon was declared the second-best team while the team comprising Jayanta Bora and Ashish Boruah of DR College, Golaghat clinched the third best team award.

On the other hand, speaking for the motion, Manash Jyoti Bora of Assam Agricultural University, Jorhat and Suhana Tasneem of JB College, Jorhat were adjudged as the first and second-best debaters respectively.

Retired Principal Ratul Rajkhowa of Bokakhat, advocate Jayanta Dev Sarma of Jorhat and journalist Sanjoy Kumar Hazarika took part as the judges. The prize winners were awarded with trophies and cash prizes by the speaker Abu Sufian and college Principal Dr Ranjit Kumar Bordoloi in the closing ceremony which was moderated by the convener of the debate Dr Dhiren Tamuly.

Certificates to 16 students of DKD College, who successfully participated in the 100-hour Swachha Abhiyan, were distributed by the Golaghat district Brand Ambassador of Swachh Bharat Mission Sanjoy Kumar Hazarika.

Earlier, in the opening ceremony which was moderated by Bijit Ranjan Saikia, rich tributes were paid before the portrait of Noren Sarma, one of the trinity of the college who died in 1972, by noted social worker and secretary of the Noren Sarma Smriti Rakshya Samiti Atul Goswami. � Correspondent