From a Correspondent
DHUBRI, March 23: Sharing his experience about his life and works and delivering of lectures in mega events like “Assam Advantage” in Guwahati in February and the 105th edition of Indian Science Congress held in Imphal this month, Sat Saha, an eminent scientist hailing from Dhubri told The Sentinel that Advantage Assam was the biggest of mega events ever organized by any NE state and participated by delegation from neighbouring tions and giants of India’s trade and commerce. He added that such participation made all the difference.
“In the conclave of Assam Advantage, I delivered a lecture on “Skill Development and Innovation”. It is the need of the hour for this region because the entire region is lagging behind almost in all fields. Without developing on skill with innovative ideas, it is not possible to grow with old and traditiol methods. Apart from this, innovative value addition is required to stay in trade and marketing,” Saha added.
A widely travelled person, Saha further said that it was a privilege for him to attend the 105 th edition of Indian Science Congress held in Imphal on the theme “Reaching the Unreached through Science & Technology” in Imphal. Saha had completed his schooling from Sishu Pathsala Higher Secondary School in 1962 and did his graduation in science from BN College. He did M.Sc in Agriculture Bio-Chemistry, and PhD in Soil Science and tural Resource Magement in 1980, post doctoral research in soil with fellowship from Council of Scientific and Industrial Research in 1982 and joined the Government of India Fertilizer Company known as PPCL. Presently, Saha is serving as member (Eminent Scientist) in the State Council of Higher Education in West Bengal.