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Seminar on illegal migration held at Nowgong Girls� College

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NAGAON, March 23 - �An error-free NRC is the minimum necessity to deal with the issue of illegal migration,� observed Prof Bhupen Sarmah, Director of Omeo Kumar Das Institute of Social Change and Development, Guwahati while delivering the keynote address in a UGC-sponsored seminar on �Migration, Demographic Transformation, Issues of Conflict and Livelihood in India with Special Reference to the North East,� at the Nowgong Girls� College. Absence of an extradition treaty with Bangladesh is the major hurdle to deport illegal Bangladeshi nationals, which was not properly addressed by any political party or any other organization, Prof Sarma added.

Governing body president Dr K Bhuyan was on the chair in the inaugural session and principal Dr BK Bhuyan delivered the welcome address. Coordinator Prof Ranjit Borooah explained the significance of the function.

All together 57 research papers were presented in the seminar, which was organized by the Political Science department of the college in collaboration with Aikido Society, Pathsala.

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Seminar on illegal migration held at Nowgong Girls� College

NAGAON, March 23 - �An error-free NRC is the minimum necessity to deal with the issue of illegal migration,� observed Prof Bhupen Sarmah, Director of Omeo Kumar Das Institute of Social Change and Development, Guwahati while delivering the keynote address in a UGC-sponsored seminar on �Migration, Demographic Transformation, Issues of Conflict and Livelihood in India with Special Reference to the North East,� at the Nowgong Girls� College. Absence of an extradition treaty with Bangladesh is the major hurdle to deport illegal Bangladeshi nationals, which was not properly addressed by any political party or any other organization, Prof Sarma added.

Governing body president Dr K Bhuyan was on the chair in the inaugural session and principal Dr BK Bhuyan delivered the welcome address. Coordinator Prof Ranjit Borooah explained the significance of the function.

All together 57 research papers were presented in the seminar, which was organized by the Political Science department of the college in collaboration with Aikido Society, Pathsala.

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