32 C
Guwahati
Sunday, July 21, 2024

BHB College organises 52nd foundation day

- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -

 

HT Bureau

- Advertisement -

GUWAHATI, July 2: BHB College marked a joyous and vibrant celebration on Saturday, as it observed its 52nd foundation day. A meeting was conducted under the chairmanship of Dr Nayan Jyoti Das, principal of the college, and hosted by Preeti Rekha Dutta, assistant professor of the Assamese department. The event commenced with Dr Manoranjan Das, former principal of the college, and Hem Chandra Haloi, chairman of the Governing Body, paying tribute to the college’s founding members.

Special invitees, including Dr Rina Rani Deka, former acting principal of the college, Vivekananda Choudhary, former UDA, and cultural activists Hareskrishna Talukdar and Gopenka Das, along with former student Sopun Kalita, graced the meeting. During their speeches, Hem Chandra Haloi, Dr Manoranjan Das, Dr Rina Rani Deka, Vivekananda Choudhary, Dr Upendra Nath Barman, and Dr Dipti Kalita reminisced about the college’s history and acknowledged the efforts made by individuals to establish and develop the college. They expressed their delight at the progress and growth achieved by the institution.

Addressing the gathering, principal Dr Das emphasised that despite numerous challenges, the college has persevered and made significant contributions to advancing educational values. He noted the various progressive initiatives undertaken for students and the overall development of the college during his nine-month tenure. Dr Das also shed light on the college’s future endeavours in the pursuit of excellence across all educational domains. The event featured captivating cultural performances by Harekrishna Talukdar, Dr Nayan Jyoti Das, Upendra Nath Barman, Preeti Rekha Dutta, and Sapun Kalita.

The organisation of the program was led by Prabodh Kalita and Dr Namita Das Gurung, while Dr Kalpana Baishya concluded the meeting with a vote of thanks.

- Advertisement -

 

- Advertisement -
The Hills Times
The Hills Timeshttp://www.thehillstimes.in
Welcome to The Hills Times, your trusted source for daily news and updates in English from the heart of Assam, India. Since our establishment in 2000, we've been dedicated to providing timely and accurate information to our readers in Diphu and Guwahati. As the first English newspaper in the then undemarcated Karbi Anglong district, we've forged a strong connection with diverse communities and age groups, earning a reputation for being a reliable source of news and insights. In addition to our print edition, we keep pace with the digital age through our website, https://thehillstimes.in, where we diligently update our readers with the latest happenings day by day. Whether it's local events, regional developments, or global news, The Hills Times strives to keep you informed with dedication and integrity. Join us in staying ahead of the curve and exploring the world through our lens.
Latest news
- Advertisement -
Related news
- Advertisement -
7 Beautiful Indian Birds Flowers Which Bloom Only At Night Top 10 Most Dangerous Animals in India Foods That Increase Uric Acid Levels 9 Exotic Summer Vacation Destinations In India