From a Correspondent
TANGLA, Feb 19: The annual college week of Tangla College concluded recently. The four-day event included various cultural, literary, sports and dance competitions and events.
On the third day, a colorful multi-diverse cultural rally was taken throughout the town. The rally was flagged off by Dr. Kailash Ch. Chamuah, Veteriry in-charge Tangla. The 168 Field regiment Army stationed at Udalguri also organized a special motivatiol and career counseling programme on the occasion for students of the college for inspiring them to join the Indian Army. The session was iugurated by Rinjoy Boro, president of Udalguri district committee of ABSU. Nearly 400 students both boys and girls participated in the counseling session and interacted with Captain M.Singh who conducted the lecture and gave first-hand knowledge to qualify in the tiol-level competitive examition.
Captain Singh also feted Bikash Baro, a NCC cadet of Tangla College who participated in the Republic Day parade in New Delhi. A photography and art and craft exhibition titled Explora- 2017 was also held.
On the concluding day, a traditiol fashion show was organized. In the evening an open session was also held which was presided over by Dr. Prasen Daimari, Principal of the college. Attending the programme as appointed speaker, Dr. Dith Basumatary, Director University and College Development Council, Bodoland University, apprised the students and lecturers that from the next academic session, the 45 colleges in the four BTAD districts would shift their affiliation to Bodoland University in Kokrajhar.
Basumatary further added that the Bodoland University would integrate the Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) instead of semester system like many universities of Assam. Basumatary also said that a MoU had already been signed between Gauhati University and Bodoland University for sharing record copies of students.