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Convention of Demow Branch Lekhika Association concludes

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HT Correspondent

DEMOW, June 18: The first biennial convention of the Demow Branch Lekhika Association was held at the Demow Jyoti Bishnu Cultural Building on Sunday and Monday, spanning two days. On Sunday, the final executive meeting of the Demow Branch Lekhika Association was conducted, and an Executive Committee was formed with Padma Lahon Chetia elected as president and Lakhima Phukan as secretary.

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On Monday, the scheduled events included the flag hoisting by Padma Lahon Chetia, president of the Demow Branch Lekhika Association. Smriti tarpan was performed by Sima Rekha Konwar, vice president of the association. A sapling was planted by Jyotika Deori, assistant secretary of the Demow Branch Lekhika Association. The bookstall was inaugurated by Jagat Shyam, pradhan acharya of Sankardev Sishu Niketan, Betbari, Sivasagar. A storytelling competition was held among students from class 4 to class 8, and a spot writing story competition was organised for women.

An open session was inaugurated by Dr Diganta Gogoi, president of Demow Branch Sahitya Sabha. Padma Lahon Chetia, president of the Demow Branch Lekhika Association, presided over the open session. Lakhima Phukan spoke about the association’s aims, and Ditimoni Dutta anchored the program. Gunamoni Gogoi, assistant professor of the Assamese department at Demow College, delivered the welcome speech. The open session included discussions on various topics, with Mamoni Gogoi Barua, working president of Middle Assam Mandal Lekhika Association, Assam, as a guest speaker. Book release programs were also organised during the event, and prizes were awarded to the winners of the competitions.

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