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Youth Parliament at Gauhati University

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JALUKBARI, Feb 8 - Altogether 60 contestants from all the districts of Assam selected at different district youth parliaments held earlier on, participated in the State Level National Youth Parliament held at Gauhati University yesterday.

Inaugurating the programme as the chief guest, Prof Ramesh Ch Barpatragohain, Advocate General of Assam, said that youths should play an active role in nation building and they should engage themselves with public issues, understand the common man�s point of view and develop and enhance decision-making abilities.

Dipak Kumar, Regional Director, NSS, NER, Guwahati elaborated on the National Youth Parliament and the role of youths in a democratic process.

Welcoming the participants, Dr Ranjan Kr Kakati, Director, Students� Welfare, Gauhati University & Programme Coordinator GU NSS Cell, explained the aims and objectives, rules and regulations of the State Youth Parliament. He called upon the participants to express their ideas and plans for a developed, progressive and peaceful India.

Subhalaxmi Bora of Nagaon district and Rita Gowala of Sonitpur district were the first and second position holders respectively in the Youth Parliament and will represent Assam in the National Youth Parliament to be held in New Delhi on February 23-24.

The jury members were Brigadier Ranjit Borthakur, social worker; Subhas Dutta, Vice Chairman of Assam Housing Board; Gautam Sarma from Amar Asom and Prof Jayanta Krishna Sharma of GU.

Altogether 400 NSS volunteers and programme officers from different colleges attended the programme.

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Youth Parliament at Gauhati University

JALUKBARI, Feb 8 - Altogether 60 contestants from all the districts of Assam selected at different district youth parliaments held earlier on, participated in the State Level National Youth Parliament held at Gauhati University yesterday.

Inaugurating the programme as the chief guest, Prof Ramesh Ch Barpatragohain, Advocate General of Assam, said that youths should play an active role in nation building and they should engage themselves with public issues, understand the common man�s point of view and develop and enhance decision-making abilities.

Dipak Kumar, Regional Director, NSS, NER, Guwahati elaborated on the National Youth Parliament and the role of youths in a democratic process.

Welcoming the participants, Dr Ranjan Kr Kakati, Director, Students� Welfare, Gauhati University & Programme Coordinator GU NSS Cell, explained the aims and objectives, rules and regulations of the State Youth Parliament. He called upon the participants to express their ideas and plans for a developed, progressive and peaceful India.

Subhalaxmi Bora of Nagaon district and Rita Gowala of Sonitpur district were the first and second position holders respectively in the Youth Parliament and will represent Assam in the National Youth Parliament to be held in New Delhi on February 23-24.

The jury members were Brigadier Ranjit Borthakur, social worker; Subhas Dutta, Vice Chairman of Assam Housing Board; Gautam Sarma from Amar Asom and Prof Jayanta Krishna Sharma of GU.

Altogether 400 NSS volunteers and programme officers from different colleges attended the programme.