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Silver jubilee celebration of Moirabari College begins

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MORIGAON, Jan 3 - The year-long silver jubilee celebration of Moirabari College got under way from Monday with a lot of enthusiasm. The Assamese Department of the college and Dogu Rangsang Research Society organised the inaugural function of the silver jubilee celebrations on Monday.

The programme began with the lighting of 25 earthen lamps by Dr Samsuddin Ahmed, Principal, Moirabari College. This was followed by flag hoising by Dr Upen Rabha Hakasam, head of the Department of Assamese, Gauhati University. The programme was attended by several researchers of Assamese Department of Gauhati University, professors of Moirabari College, alumni as well as leading citizens of Moirabari area.

The academic session of the day began in the afternoon, where the birthday of noted researcher and Professor of Gauhati university Dr Upen Rabha Hakasam was observed as �Saralatar Din�. In the function, as many as five valuable books written by several professors were released by the dignitaries present on the dais. The monthly magazine Luit of the Assamese Department of Moirabari College was also released by Dr Hakasam. In the function, noted researcher of Tiwa language and culture Maneswar Deori was felicitated.

Explaining the literary works of the Assamese Department of Moirabari College, Dr Angsuman Das, Head of the Department said that his department had produced several brilliant literary workers from the area in the last 25 years besides the topper in BA (Assamese Major) in 2001 under Gauhati University.

A seminar titled, �Identity of Assamese Muslim (East-Bengal root): Crisis and Solution� was also held on the occasion. Delivering the keynote lecture noted columnist, Rezaul Karim presented an indepth description of Muslim community�s assimilation process in the greater Assamese society. He appealed to the people of Assam not to stop the natural assimilation process in the formation of Assamese society.

The Muslim community, of East Bengal root, has been playing a vital role in development and formation of Assamese language and culture since the time of British rule in Assam, he added.

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Silver jubilee celebration of Moirabari College begins

MORIGAON, Jan 3 - The year-long silver jubilee celebration of Moirabari College got under way from Monday with a lot of enthusiasm. The Assamese Department of the college and Dogu Rangsang Research Society organised the inaugural function of the silver jubilee celebrations on Monday.

The programme began with the lighting of 25 earthen lamps by Dr Samsuddin Ahmed, Principal, Moirabari College. This was followed by flag hoising by Dr Upen Rabha Hakasam, head of the Department of Assamese, Gauhati University. The programme was attended by several researchers of Assamese Department of Gauhati University, professors of Moirabari College, alumni as well as leading citizens of Moirabari area.

The academic session of the day began in the afternoon, where the birthday of noted researcher and Professor of Gauhati university Dr Upen Rabha Hakasam was observed as �Saralatar Din�. In the function, as many as five valuable books written by several professors were released by the dignitaries present on the dais. The monthly magazine Luit of the Assamese Department of Moirabari College was also released by Dr Hakasam. In the function, noted researcher of Tiwa language and culture Maneswar Deori was felicitated.

Explaining the literary works of the Assamese Department of Moirabari College, Dr Angsuman Das, Head of the Department said that his department had produced several brilliant literary workers from the area in the last 25 years besides the topper in BA (Assamese Major) in 2001 under Gauhati University.

A seminar titled, �Identity of Assamese Muslim (East-Bengal root): Crisis and Solution� was also held on the occasion. Delivering the keynote lecture noted columnist, Rezaul Karim presented an indepth description of Muslim community�s assimilation process in the greater Assamese society. He appealed to the people of Assam not to stop the natural assimilation process in the formation of Assamese society.

The Muslim community, of East Bengal root, has been playing a vital role in development and formation of Assamese language and culture since the time of British rule in Assam, he added.