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International art exhibition & workshop held at Nagaon College of Education

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HT Correspondent
NAGAON, May 22: 
College of Education, Nagaon organised an international art exhibition cum workshop on ‘Harmony of Ink and Colour’ at the college premises on Monday here.

Over 27 artists from India, Nepal, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka participated in the workshop cum exhibition.

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The principal of the college, Dr Manoshikha Baruah inaugurated the programme and while addressing the occasion, she stated the aims and objectives of the programme following which the artistes as well as other participants were felicitated by a gamosa, pride of Assam one horned rhino and a college memento.

Alok Goswami, president, Governing Body, College of Education, Nagaon delivered the welcome address while Munindra Narayan Bhattacharya attended the programme as the chief guest.

Munindra Narayan Bhattacharya also inaugurated the exhibition and technical session. Along with 27 invitees from across the globe, over 300 other participants from across the district participated in the second session. Both the sessions were vibrant and colourful.

At the end of both the technical sessions, certificates were distributed among the participants.

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Principal of the institution, Dr Manoshikha Baruah offered the vote of thanks to all the participants, the delegate artistes and to all the members who made the event a successful one, a release added.

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