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NOWBOICHA, Aug 16 � Voluntary organisation Nava Sanjeevanee organised a mass neem plantation drive at Nowboicha Junior College campus recently.

Principal Nagendra Nath Sarmah and Suprobha Medhi, retired principal and executive member of Asam Sahitya Sabha jointly inaugurated the programme. Gangajyoti Tayegam, the president of Nava Sanjeevanee, Deben Mahanta, retired principal, Bipin Bora, retired headmaster, Haren Sarmah, retired principal, Nityananda Senapati, president of Lakhimpur Zila Sahitya Sabha among others participated in the plantation programme.

According to the president of Navasanjeevanee, they are going to organise a mass �Neem plantation drive in the schools, colleges of greater area in Nowboicha. Gopal Gogoi and Jintu Hazarika, coordinated the programme.

Meet: Under the aegis of Asam Sahitya Sabha (ASS), the Nowboicha Sahitya Sabha (NSS) held a public meeting at Nowboicha Jr College recently.

The meeting was presided over by Prodip Boruah, president of NSS where Gopal Gogoi, the secretary of NSS said that the first memorial meet of Dr Mamani Raisom Goswami will be observed on November 29 next at Nowboicha Jr College.

In the meeting Suprabha Medhi, the executive member of ASS and Nityananda Senapati, president of Lakhimpur Zila Sahitya Sabha who joined as observer respectively explained the rules for formation of a reception committee.

A reception committee with Krishna Bora as president, Nagendra Nath Sarmah, principal, as working president, Durva Hazarika and Jayanta Bora as secretaries, Prasanta Bora and Pulak Bora as asstt secretaries, Uma Gogoi as treasurer along with 51-members was formed.

Retired principals Deben Mahanta, Haren Sarmah, DP Kakoti, Bipin Kumar Borah, Sukleswar Hazarika, social worker along with the members of press club, AASU, voluntary organisation and different local literary bodies attended the meet.

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Plantation drive by NGO

NOWBOICHA, Aug 16 � Voluntary organisation Nava Sanjeevanee organised a mass neem plantation drive at Nowboicha Junior College campus recently.

Principal Nagendra Nath Sarmah and Suprobha Medhi, retired principal and executive member of Asam Sahitya Sabha jointly inaugurated the programme. Gangajyoti Tayegam, the president of Nava Sanjeevanee, Deben Mahanta, retired principal, Bipin Bora, retired headmaster, Haren Sarmah, retired principal, Nityananda Senapati, president of Lakhimpur Zila Sahitya Sabha among others participated in the plantation programme.

According to the president of Navasanjeevanee, they are going to organise a mass �Neem plantation drive in the schools, colleges of greater area in Nowboicha. Gopal Gogoi and Jintu Hazarika, coordinated the programme.

Meet: Under the aegis of Asam Sahitya Sabha (ASS), the Nowboicha Sahitya Sabha (NSS) held a public meeting at Nowboicha Jr College recently.

The meeting was presided over by Prodip Boruah, president of NSS where Gopal Gogoi, the secretary of NSS said that the first memorial meet of Dr Mamani Raisom Goswami will be observed on November 29 next at Nowboicha Jr College.

In the meeting Suprabha Medhi, the executive member of ASS and Nityananda Senapati, president of Lakhimpur Zila Sahitya Sabha who joined as observer respectively explained the rules for formation of a reception committee.

A reception committee with Krishna Bora as president, Nagendra Nath Sarmah, principal, as working president, Durva Hazarika and Jayanta Bora as secretaries, Prasanta Bora and Pulak Bora as asstt secretaries, Uma Gogoi as treasurer along with 51-members was formed.

Retired principals Deben Mahanta, Haren Sarmah, DP Kakoti, Bipin Kumar Borah, Sukleswar Hazarika, social worker along with the members of press club, AASU, voluntary organisation and different local literary bodies attended the meet.

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