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SEBA chief BC Konwar no more

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, April 30 � Chairman of Board of Secondary Education, Assam (SEBA) Bhubon Chandra Konwar passed away last night at the Gauhati Medical College and Hospital due to kidney problems. He was 68.

Konwar had served the SEBA in various capacities including secretary of the Board. He served as the secretary of the Board for the third consecutive term before taking charge as the chairman in 2008.

His took over as the chairman in 2008 for a period of three years and even though his tenure ended on January this year, he was given an extension for another six months as the chairman.

Prior to this attachment with the Board, Konwar was associated with Duliajan College and Kanoi College as a lecturer of Chemistry department.

His mortal remains were taken to the Education Directorate office at Kahilapara and the SEBA office where his colleagues and former associates paid floral tribute to the departed soul.

Konwar was a resident of Hatigaon area and leaves behind his wife, a son and a daughter, besides a host of relatives.

His last rites were performed at Navagraha crematorium this afternoon. Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi has also expressed his condolences to the bereaved family members of Konwar.

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SEBA chief BC Konwar no more

GUWAHATI, April 30 � Chairman of Board of Secondary Education, Assam (SEBA) Bhubon Chandra Konwar passed away last night at the Gauhati Medical College and Hospital due to kidney problems. He was 68.

Konwar had served the SEBA in various capacities including secretary of the Board. He served as the secretary of the Board for the third consecutive term before taking charge as the chairman in 2008.

His took over as the chairman in 2008 for a period of three years and even though his tenure ended on January this year, he was given an extension for another six months as the chairman.

Prior to this attachment with the Board, Konwar was associated with Duliajan College and Kanoi College as a lecturer of Chemistry department.

His mortal remains were taken to the Education Directorate office at Kahilapara and the SEBA office where his colleagues and former associates paid floral tribute to the departed soul.

Konwar was a resident of Hatigaon area and leaves behind his wife, a son and a daughter, besides a host of relatives.

His last rites were performed at Navagraha crematorium this afternoon. Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi has also expressed his condolences to the bereaved family members of Konwar.