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Rabindranath Tagore University’s NSS unit adopts Fakira Basti village in Hojai

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HT Correspondent

HOJAI, June 10: In a significant step towards community development, Fakira Basti Village in Hojai district was formally adopted by the National Service Scheme (NSS) Unit of Rabindranath Tagore University, Hojai on Monday. To highlight the village adoption program, a newly constructed dining hall at the Fakira Basti LP School was also inaugurated simultaneously. The adoption is part of a broader initiative to enhance the quality of life in rural areas through educational and infrastructural development. The construction of the dining hall was undertaken by the NSS Unit of Rabindranath Tagore University as part of their commitment to improving educational facilities in the village.

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The inauguration ceremony was graced by Prof Amalendu Chakrabarty, vice chancellor of Rabindranath Tagore University, who officially opened the new facility. Speaking on the occasion, Prof Chakrabarty emphasised the importance of community engagement and the role of educational institutions in fostering development in rural areas. During the inaugural ceremony, Tilak Chandra Kalita, registrar in-charge, and Dr Prem Sagar Prasad, NSS programme officer, along with other guests, shared the dais. Dr Prasad also outlined the future initiatives planned by the NSS Unit to support Fakira Basti, including health camps, educational workshops, and infrastructure development projects.

The villagers and the teachers of Fakira Basti LP School expressed their gratitude to the university and the NSS for their support and contributions. The event concluded with a cultural program performed by the students of Fakira Basti LP School, showcasing the rich heritage and talent of the local community. This initiative marks the beginning of strong coordination between Rabindranath Tagore University and Fakira Basti Village, aiming to achieve sustainable development and improved living standards for the villagers.

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