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KALIABOR, April 2 � The National Science Day was observed at Kaliabor College recently under the auspices of AB Science Centre, Kaliabor College with a day-long programme.

About 150 students and their teacher guides from various schools under Kaliabor development block along with the teachers and students of Kaliabor College participated in the functions.

Essay, extempore speech and drawing competition were held on the occasion among the students of class-V-VII and class VIII-X.

A meeting was also held, chaired by Dr HK Chaliha, principal, Kaliabor College, where the rank holders of the last science talent search test conducted by this centre last year were awarded prizes. It may be mentioned that the science talent test is being conducted every year in this callege centre.

In both groups of the test, the first ten rank holders were awarded with certificates of performance. The topper in Class IX group received a cash award along with the running trophy. The trophy was donated by Renubala Bhuyan, an inhabitant of Tezpur in the memory of her late son. Advocate Anup Bhuyan, who was a viction of the serial blasts in Guwahati on October 30, 2008.

The topper in the Class X group from this year won cash award and a running trophy from a charitable trust established in the memory of Dhramananda Sarma, a leading citizen of the locality.

The first three rank holders of the last test are as under: Class IX group. The first rank went to Kalyani Kaushik, St Joseph Convent, Tezpur, the second to Neha Dhariwal of St Joseph Convent, Tezpur and the third to Susmita Bordoloi of St Robert�s school. In the Class X group, the first rank went to Khanjana Borua of Sishu Bidyapith, Kuwaritol, the second to Mrigakshi Borthakur of the same school and the third to Swagata Saikia of St Roberts School.

After the prize distribution, a discourse between young scientists and school students was held and Dr Jyotishmoy Bora, lecturer, Deptt of Chemistry, Kaliabor College, who recently returned from his sojourn to China, delivered a speech.

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National Science Day observed

KALIABOR, April 2 � The National Science Day was observed at Kaliabor College recently under the auspices of AB Science Centre, Kaliabor College with a day-long programme.

About 150 students and their teacher guides from various schools under Kaliabor development block along with the teachers and students of Kaliabor College participated in the functions.

Essay, extempore speech and drawing competition were held on the occasion among the students of class-V-VII and class VIII-X.

A meeting was also held, chaired by Dr HK Chaliha, principal, Kaliabor College, where the rank holders of the last science talent search test conducted by this centre last year were awarded prizes. It may be mentioned that the science talent test is being conducted every year in this callege centre.

In both groups of the test, the first ten rank holders were awarded with certificates of performance. The topper in Class IX group received a cash award along with the running trophy. The trophy was donated by Renubala Bhuyan, an inhabitant of Tezpur in the memory of her late son. Advocate Anup Bhuyan, who was a viction of the serial blasts in Guwahati on October 30, 2008.

The topper in the Class X group from this year won cash award and a running trophy from a charitable trust established in the memory of Dhramananda Sarma, a leading citizen of the locality.

The first three rank holders of the last test are as under: Class IX group. The first rank went to Kalyani Kaushik, St Joseph Convent, Tezpur, the second to Neha Dhariwal of St Joseph Convent, Tezpur and the third to Susmita Bordoloi of St Robert�s school. In the Class X group, the first rank went to Khanjana Borua of Sishu Bidyapith, Kuwaritol, the second to Mrigakshi Borthakur of the same school and the third to Swagata Saikia of St Roberts School.

After the prize distribution, a discourse between young scientists and school students was held and Dr Jyotishmoy Bora, lecturer, Deptt of Chemistry, Kaliabor College, who recently returned from his sojourn to China, delivered a speech.

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