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Printing tech institute in Guwahati soon

By The Assam Tribune
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GUWAHATI, Sept 23 - Printing Technologist Consortium of North East has welcomed the Assam Government�s move to set up the first Printing Technology Institute in the Northeastern region.

The Consortium, in a press release, said that the State Government has already alloted 30 bighas of land at Amingaon in North Guwahati for setting up the Instutute and preliminary construction works are expected to start shortly. Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi had announced the establishment of the Institute in Assam while attending the first-ever international seminar organised by the Consortium in Guwahati in May last.

A meeting was held on September 21 in the chamber of Director, IPR, Assam, Ranjit Gogoi, where Consortium president Pranab Talukdar and other office-bearers were present. The meeting discussed about the preliminary works of the Institute and prepared a road-map, the release said.

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Printing tech institute in Guwahati soon

GUWAHATI, Sept 23 - Printing Technologist Consortium of North East has welcomed the Assam Government�s move to set up the first Printing Technology Institute in the Northeastern region.

The Consortium, in a press release, said that the State Government has already alloted 30 bighas of land at Amingaon in North Guwahati for setting up the Instutute and preliminary construction works are expected to start shortly. Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi had announced the establishment of the Institute in Assam while attending the first-ever international seminar organised by the Consortium in Guwahati in May last.

A meeting was held on September 21 in the chamber of Director, IPR, Assam, Ranjit Gogoi, where Consortium president Pranab Talukdar and other office-bearers were present. The meeting discussed about the preliminary works of the Institute and prepared a road-map, the release said.

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