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NALBARI, Dec 22 - In order to popularise Sanskrit language and literature, a ten-day State- level residential training camp on Sanskrit began at the Sanskrit College here from Monday. The training camp was formally inaugurated by Dr Dipak Kumar Sarma, Vice-Chancellor of the Kumar Bhaskar Barma Sanskrit and Ancient Studies University of Namati.

Speaking in the meeting, Dr Sarma said that we must change our concept that the language of the Vedas is pure Sanskrit. �As the language is always dynamic, we should change ourselves to accept the changes of a language,� Dr Sarma added. The Vice Chancellor further stated, �we should try to enhance the accessibility of Sanskrit among the new generation. Such trainings will popularise the Sanskrit language among the new generation,� he said.

The inaugural function of the Sanskrit training camp, presided over by Dr Dinamani Bhagawati, president of the Nalbari Sanskrit College managing committee was addressed by Dr Umakanta Sarma, former professor of Dr Banikanta Kakati Sanskrit College, Hem Saikia, Deputy Director of Sanskrit Education, Jayanta Malla Baruah, suspended MLA, Nalbari LAC, Achyut Ch Misra, retired professor of Kamrup College among others.

In his speech, the Deputy Director of the Sanskrit Education said that the Nalbari Sanskrit College should get the recognition of a degree college and he will extend his help in this regard. Umakanta Sarma explained the history of Sanskrit education and literature in Nalbari district. As many as 70 students from various parts of the State took part in the camp. Earlier, Jayanta Malla Baruah formally inaugurated the newly-constructed administrative building of the Nalbari Sanskrit College.

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Residential Sanskrit training camp begins

NALBARI, Dec 22 - In order to popularise Sanskrit language and literature, a ten-day State- level residential training camp on Sanskrit began at the Sanskrit College here from Monday. The training camp was formally inaugurated by Dr Dipak Kumar Sarma, Vice-Chancellor of the Kumar Bhaskar Barma Sanskrit and Ancient Studies University of Namati.

Speaking in the meeting, Dr Sarma said that we must change our concept that the language of the Vedas is pure Sanskrit. �As the language is always dynamic, we should change ourselves to accept the changes of a language,� Dr Sarma added. The Vice Chancellor further stated, �we should try to enhance the accessibility of Sanskrit among the new generation. Such trainings will popularise the Sanskrit language among the new generation,� he said.

The inaugural function of the Sanskrit training camp, presided over by Dr Dinamani Bhagawati, president of the Nalbari Sanskrit College managing committee was addressed by Dr Umakanta Sarma, former professor of Dr Banikanta Kakati Sanskrit College, Hem Saikia, Deputy Director of Sanskrit Education, Jayanta Malla Baruah, suspended MLA, Nalbari LAC, Achyut Ch Misra, retired professor of Kamrup College among others.

In his speech, the Deputy Director of the Sanskrit Education said that the Nalbari Sanskrit College should get the recognition of a degree college and he will extend his help in this regard. Umakanta Sarma explained the history of Sanskrit education and literature in Nalbari district. As many as 70 students from various parts of the State took part in the camp. Earlier, Jayanta Malla Baruah formally inaugurated the newly-constructed administrative building of the Nalbari Sanskrit College.