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GUWAHATI, Aug 7 - An international panel discussion on �Public administration � policies and practices vis-�-vis India and Indonesia� was held at the auditorium of the University of Science and Technology Meghalaya (USTM) on the outskirts of Guwahati today.

The panel discussion commenced with a welcome address by Dr PG Rao, Vice Chancellor, USTM, which was followed by power point presentations made by the Public Administration, Rural Development, Sociology, Social Work, Education, Business Administration, Commerce, Economics and English departments of the university, which brought to light a real and up-to-date picture of the country before the participants of the discussion.

Dr Ni Putu Tirka Widanti of Universitas Ngurah Rai, Bali (Indonesia), and founder of the internationally renowned Green School of Bali, acquainted the audience with the green initiatives taken by the people of Bali that could be replicated in North East India. She also brought to light the striking similarities in the culture and religious practices of Balinese people and Indians.

PJ Baruah, executive editor, The Assam Tribune, moderated the interactive session that followed the deliberations. He also dwelt on the age-old bond of cooperation and friendship between India and Indonesia and expressed the hope that it would be revived and strengthened now.

Dr Widanti is scheduled to attend an event in the city on Sunday when her university and Green School in Bali will ink two separate MoUs with the USTM that is expected to open up avenues for students and faculty members, and exchange of ideas between the institutions, said a statement.

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International panel discussion on PA

GUWAHATI, Aug 7 - An international panel discussion on �Public administration � policies and practices vis-�-vis India and Indonesia� was held at the auditorium of the University of Science and Technology Meghalaya (USTM) on the outskirts of Guwahati today.

The panel discussion commenced with a welcome address by Dr PG Rao, Vice Chancellor, USTM, which was followed by power point presentations made by the Public Administration, Rural Development, Sociology, Social Work, Education, Business Administration, Commerce, Economics and English departments of the university, which brought to light a real and up-to-date picture of the country before the participants of the discussion.

Dr Ni Putu Tirka Widanti of Universitas Ngurah Rai, Bali (Indonesia), and founder of the internationally renowned Green School of Bali, acquainted the audience with the green initiatives taken by the people of Bali that could be replicated in North East India. She also brought to light the striking similarities in the culture and religious practices of Balinese people and Indians.

PJ Baruah, executive editor, The Assam Tribune, moderated the interactive session that followed the deliberations. He also dwelt on the age-old bond of cooperation and friendship between India and Indonesia and expressed the hope that it would be revived and strengthened now.

Dr Widanti is scheduled to attend an event in the city on Sunday when her university and Green School in Bali will ink two separate MoUs with the USTM that is expected to open up avenues for students and faculty members, and exchange of ideas between the institutions, said a statement.

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