DEMOW, Sept 21: Humahuti Dihingia, a resident of Bokota Sarubhanga Dehingia Gaon and the daughter of Hideswar Dihingia and Renu Dihingia, has been awarded the prestigious ‘Marie Curie Fellowship’ by the European Union. This outstanding achievement has granted her the opportunity to pursue research at Nicolaus Copernicus University in Poland.
Humahuti Dihingia embarked on her journey to Poland recently to commence her research. Her accomplishment has been widely celebrated by the community and well-wishers.
Humahuti Dihingia’s educational journey has been marked by excellence. She passed her HSLC Examination in 2013 from Dimuwal Bidyabhawan with outstanding scores in various subjects. She continued her academic pursuits by completing her HS Final Examination at Salt Brook Academy in Dibrugarh, again earning top marks in different subjects.
For her undergraduate studies, Humahuti Dihingia attended Cotton College, where she graduated with honours in Physics. She furthered her education by pursuing an MSc degree at Delhi University.
Her selection for the Marie Curie Fellowship reflects her dedication and exceptional academic achievements, opening new horizons for her research and contributing to her personal and academic growth.