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DEMOW, Aug 26: Under the aegis of Assam Science Technology and
Environment Council under the department of science, technology and
climate change government of Assam, the Assam Science Society
Demow Branch organised Bijnan Chetana Jatra against superstition in
Sunny Rose English High School Rajmai on Saturday.
As per the schedule on Saturday, the programme started with flag
hoisting, the flag of Assam Science Society Demow Branch was hoisted
by Arup Kumar Dutta, president of Assam Science Society Demow
Branch and the flag of Sunny Rose English High School was hoisted by
Puna Gogoi, Principal of Sunny Rose English High School.
The three-day Bijnan Chetana Jatra programme was inaugurated by
Bhim Dehingia, retired administrative officer Arunachal Pradesh. A one
act play name Ekhoj (one step) was staged on the occasion and was
performed by dramatist Prabhat Bania and his team.
A ‘Science Behind Miracle’ magic show was also staged by Gautam Hira,
a magician as well as a media person of Demow.
Dr Surajit Giri, an anaesthesia specialist as well as snake bite specialist
doctor of Demow Model Hospital created awareness among the people
and students present there on superstition on snake and how to get rid
from superstition.
Loknath Gogoi, former president of Assam Science Society Demow
Branch, Ghana Kanta Gogoi, Jadab Changmai, Hamida Begum, professor
of Demow College, Manju Chetia, principal of Sivasagar Govt Higher
Secondary, Dr Wakidur Rahman, librarian of Demow College along with
other dignitaries were present in the programme.

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On August 28 the Bijnan Chetana Jatra programme will be organised in
Bokota Nemuguri Higher Secondary School and on August 29 the Bijnan
Chetana Jatra programme will be organize at Bamrajabari High Medium
School.

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