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Retired police officer�s family donates memorial stage to college

By The Assam Tribune

GUWAHATI, Feb 9 - The Kumud Ch Deka Memorial Open Stage was inaugurated today at Karmashree Hiteswar Saikia College here today by Gunuttam Bhuyan, former director general of police, Assam.

The stage has been donated by Minu Deka and her family in memory of her husband the late Kumud Ch Deka, who was a retired police officer. A commemorative book titled Kumud Ch Deka Smritir Saphura, was also released on the occasion by Bhuyan. He also spoke on different aspects of the life and works of Kumud Ch Deka.

The programme was also attended by author, publisher and Vice Chairman of the Srimanta Sankaradeva Kalakshetra Surya Hazarika; Prof Dilip Bora of Gauhati University; Pritom Saikia, Commissioner and Secretary, Dept of Cultural Affairs, Govt of Assam; Dr Anuradha Sarma of Gauhati University; Dr Satyendra Nath Barman, Principal of B Borooah College; Dr Devabrot Khanikor, Principal, Sonapur College, Minu Deka and many other distinguished guests, teachers and students.

Speaking on the occasion Surya Hazarika applauded the college for making much progress within the very little span of time from its inception. He hoped that the open stage would be an added advantage for the students of the college. He donated Srimanta Sankaradeva Kalakshetra�s publication Sankar Dev�s Kirtan Goxa and some other valuable books to the college.

On the occasion, three books prepared by the college � Sahitya Kandari Padmanath Gohain Boruar Jiban aru Karma Rajir Elani Prabandha, The Wick and A Reflection on William Shakespeare � were also released by Surya Hazarika, Pritom Saikia, and Prof Dilip Bora respectively.

In her welcome speech, Principal of the college Dr Sikhamoni Konwar said the stage would benefit the student community and society at large. She expressed her gratitude to the family of the late Kumud Ch Deka for donating the open stage to the college.

The college�s Asst Professor Indrani Gogoi Paniphukan sang a song to mark the occasion. Kumud Ch Deka�s elder brother Mathura Mohan Deka and son Dr Anup Kumar Deka also spoke on the occasion. The programme was anchored by Asst Professor Marami Choudhury.

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Retired police officer�s family donates memorial stage to college

GUWAHATI, Feb 9 - The Kumud Ch Deka Memorial Open Stage was inaugurated today at Karmashree Hiteswar Saikia College here today by Gunuttam Bhuyan, former director general of police, Assam.

The stage has been donated by Minu Deka and her family in memory of her husband the late Kumud Ch Deka, who was a retired police officer. A commemorative book titled Kumud Ch Deka Smritir Saphura, was also released on the occasion by Bhuyan. He also spoke on different aspects of the life and works of Kumud Ch Deka.

The programme was also attended by author, publisher and Vice Chairman of the Srimanta Sankaradeva Kalakshetra Surya Hazarika; Prof Dilip Bora of Gauhati University; Pritom Saikia, Commissioner and Secretary, Dept of Cultural Affairs, Govt of Assam; Dr Anuradha Sarma of Gauhati University; Dr Satyendra Nath Barman, Principal of B Borooah College; Dr Devabrot Khanikor, Principal, Sonapur College, Minu Deka and many other distinguished guests, teachers and students.

Speaking on the occasion Surya Hazarika applauded the college for making much progress within the very little span of time from its inception. He hoped that the open stage would be an added advantage for the students of the college. He donated Srimanta Sankaradeva Kalakshetra�s publication Sankar Dev�s Kirtan Goxa and some other valuable books to the college.

On the occasion, three books prepared by the college � Sahitya Kandari Padmanath Gohain Boruar Jiban aru Karma Rajir Elani Prabandha, The Wick and A Reflection on William Shakespeare � were also released by Surya Hazarika, Pritom Saikia, and Prof Dilip Bora respectively.

In her welcome speech, Principal of the college Dr Sikhamoni Konwar said the stage would benefit the student community and society at large. She expressed her gratitude to the family of the late Kumud Ch Deka for donating the open stage to the college.

The college�s Asst Professor Indrani Gogoi Paniphukan sang a song to mark the occasion. Kumud Ch Deka�s elder brother Mathura Mohan Deka and son Dr Anup Kumar Deka also spoke on the occasion. The programme was anchored by Asst Professor Marami Choudhury.