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Journalism students awarded certificates

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, March 27 - The certificate awarding ceremony of the 21st batch of Dr Bhupen Hazarika Centre for Mass Communication and Journalism (BCMJ), Cotton College, was conducted at Sudmersen Hall, Cotton College, on Sunday.

The ceremony was chaired by Dr Nirada Devi, Principal of Cotton College, along with Dr Abhijit Bordoloi, Coordinator (Administration), Entrepreneurship Development Cell (EDC), Dr Santanu Sarma, Coordinator (Academics), EDC, and other invited guests.

Eminent Indian theatre personality and Sangeet Natak Akademi awardee Dulal Roy was the chief guest of the function. In his speech, Roy encouraged the students to work hard and maintain their ethics while working to carve out their own niche in order to shine in their respective fields.

After the certificates were awarded, an interactive session followed, where the present as well as passed-out students put forward their questions and views to Roy.

In the ceremony, the lab journals in English and Assamese, Our Viewpoint and Amar Mot, were respectively released.

The audio-visual journals in English and Assamese, Mirror and Dapoon, were also released on the occasion. The journals were prepared by the students of second semester.

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Journalism students awarded certificates

GUWAHATI, March 27 - The certificate awarding ceremony of the 21st batch of Dr Bhupen Hazarika Centre for Mass Communication and Journalism (BCMJ), Cotton College, was conducted at Sudmersen Hall, Cotton College, on Sunday.

The ceremony was chaired by Dr Nirada Devi, Principal of Cotton College, along with Dr Abhijit Bordoloi, Coordinator (Administration), Entrepreneurship Development Cell (EDC), Dr Santanu Sarma, Coordinator (Academics), EDC, and other invited guests.

Eminent Indian theatre personality and Sangeet Natak Akademi awardee Dulal Roy was the chief guest of the function. In his speech, Roy encouraged the students to work hard and maintain their ethics while working to carve out their own niche in order to shine in their respective fields.

After the certificates were awarded, an interactive session followed, where the present as well as passed-out students put forward their questions and views to Roy.

In the ceremony, the lab journals in English and Assamese, Our Viewpoint and Amar Mot, were respectively released.

The audio-visual journals in English and Assamese, Mirror and Dapoon, were also released on the occasion. The journals were prepared by the students of second semester.