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Demow Press Club and Sanmilita Prayash pay tribute to Dr Pranabjyoti Chetia

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DEMOW, Aug 16: In a collaborative effort between the Demow Press Club and Sanmilita Prayash, a heartfelt tribute was extended to the renowned science curator, Dr Pranabjyoti Chetia, through a green shraddhanjali program held at the Demow Press Club premises on Tuesday. The program was organised in memory of Dr Chetia, who recently passed away and was known for his contributions as the curator of the Jorhat Science Centre and Planetarium.

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Commencing the program, Dr Bijoy Krishna Chetia, convenor of Sanmilita Prayash, shared insights about Dr Pranabjyoti Chetia. Umesh Chetia, president of Demow Press Club, took charge of the program’s proceedings. During the event, a symbolic tribute was paid to Dr Pranabjyoti Chetia by planting three saplings within the premises of the Demow Press Club, representing growth and remembrance.

Several individuals participated in the program, including Ghana Kanta Gogoi, retired principal of Demow Higher Secondary School; Hamida Begum, professor of the Sociology department at Demow College; Dr Gitali Saikia, head of the English department at HCDG College Nitaipukhuri; Ajay Kumar Gogoi, adviser of Demow Press Club; Badal Borah, an educator; Pankaj Barua; Dipjyoti Gogoi; Pallabika Gogoi, principal of Kindergarten Vidyarnav Public School; Sanjay Prasad Sah, member of Demow Press Club; and Samiran Borgohain, a member of Sanmilita Prayash. All paid their respects and shared thoughts on the impactful legacy left by Dr Pranabjyoti Chetia in the realm of science curation.

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