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Dibrugarh University signs MoU with Directorate of Historical and Antiquarian Studies

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HT Correspondent

DIBRUGARH, May 9: The Dibrugarh University (DU) signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Directorate of Historical and Antiquarian Studies on Thursdaywith the aim of expanding collaborative research in the fields of history and archaeology.

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The MoU was signed between Dibrugarh University registrar, Parmananda Sonowal and Sangeeta Gogoi, director at the Directorate of Historical and Antiquarian Studies, Guwahati.

Chandan Sharma, professor of the department of history of the Dibrugarh University said, “The MoU will help the Dibrugarh University in the field of collecting old manuscripts and also help us to know about them. It will also aid us in collaborative research in the field of history and archaeology.”

“In research related activities it will help us and in organising workshops and seminars activities. It will immensely help the students of Dibrugarh University in the field of research and other activities,” Sharma said.

The Directorate of Historical and Antiquarian Studies based in Guwahati, is a premier cultural and historical organisation. It was established in 1928. The basic objectives of the organisation is to collect historical materials and preserve them for future research as also for writing and compiling a systematic comprehensive history of the state.

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The main work of the Directorate is collection of rare and old manuscripts.

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