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Seminar on ‘Globalisation & Mother Language’ held

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HT Correspondent

MORIGAON, Feb 26: The Morigaon District Literary Body’s Research Sub-committee and Morigaon College of Education jointly organised a seminar on the topic of ‘Globalisation and Mother Language’ in the auditorium hall of the College of Education, Morigaon. Dr Doli Buragohain, the principal of College of Education, inaugurated the seminar by lighting the ceremonial lamp. Mahendra Saikia, the president of Morigaon District Literary Body, presided over the seminar in the presence of distinguished guests.

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Khagen Sarma, the president of the Research Sub-committee, delivered the inaugural speech at the seminar. Following the inaugural speech, Dr Doli Buragohain, the advisor of the Research Sub-committee, explained the objectives of the meeting. Professor Dr Indira Saikia Bora, retired head of the department of Sankardev Studies at Srimanta Sankardev University, spoke on the topic in a fluent and factual manner.

The seminar was attended by Dr Achyut Das, associate professor at Morigaon College and secretary of Morigaon District Literary Body, Imranuz Zaman Shah, coordinator of Internal Quality Assurance Cell at Morigaon College of Education, Harmuhan Kalita, advisor of the Research Sub-committee, and lecturer Wahidur Rahman, all of whom delivered profound speeches during the seminar.

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