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Union minister Bishweswar Tudu inaugurates new laboratory building of NERIWALM  

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HT Correspondent
TEZPUR, April 26: 
Union minister of state, ministry of Jal Shakti and Tribal Affairs Bishweswar Tudu inaugurated the new laboratory building of North Eastern Regional Institute of Water and Land Management (NERIWALM), department of Water Resources, RD&GR, ministry of Jal Shakti, Tezpur, Assam on Wednesday in presence of Prithiraj Rava, Member of Legislative Assembly, Tezpur, Deba Kumar Mishra, deputy commissioner, Sonitpur district, and Dr Pradip K Bora, director, NERIWALM.
The programme started with a tree plantation followed by ribbon cutting and lighting of lamps. The Union minister of state Bishweswar Tudu had a quick tour of the new laboratory building where the director of NERIWALM shared information and details related to design and utilisation of the new building. Following the inauguration programme, an interaction session was held in the conference hall of the main building of the institute. Director, NERIWALM gave a brief presentation on various activities and achievements of NERIWALM where minister Tudu applauded the work being carried out by the institute with suggestions to organise regular meetings with the state departments/officials. The minister also highlighted the new schemes and policies of the government where NERIWALM can play a vital role in reaching maximum target participants. To increase the publicity of the institute, he urged to prepare a short documentary about NERIWALM and share it to various social media platforms and to make the social media accounts active. The Union minister of state interacted with state departmental officials and took feedback about the contribution and collaboration of state departments with NERIWALM. Since Panchayati Raj Institutes are working at grass root level, he asked NERIWALM to disseminate the various activities of NERIWALM through PRIs/ VDCs. The programme concluded with a formal vote of thanks from Dr Ch Victoria Devi, assistant professor (S.Sc).

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