From a Correspondent
DHUBRI, Feb 18: The Department of Philosophy of Bhola th College here organized a tiol semir on the ‘Traditiol Values: Its Relevance in the Era of Globalization with Special Reference to Northeast India’ in its college premises recently. This semir was sponsored by Indian Council of Philosophical Research (ICPR), New Delhi. In her key note address, former Professor of the Department of Philosophy of Gauhati University, Prof. Nilima Sarma elaborately explained the philosophical interpretation of traditiol values and appealed to preserve and maintain them. The two-day semir was presided over by the Principal of Bhola th College, Dr. Dhruba Chakrabortty. In his welcome address, Dr Dhruba Chakrabortty highlighted the importance of value-based education and importance in the era of globalization.
“Traditiol value-based education is still relevant in the present day world as it has distinct philosophical meaning and interpretation altogether. So efforts should be made to preserve and protect all these traditiol values,” Dr Chakrabortty opined. Convener of the semir and Head of the Department of Philosophy, banita Devi, while explaining the objective behind organizing this sort of semir, said that this would help common people in general and student community in particular to stop gradual degeneration of traditiol values in recent times.
President of Bhola th College governing body, Dr.Mir Sahadat Ali was the chief guest of the semir while Jagadish Patgiri from Cotton University, Dr. Padmadhar Choudhury from Dibrugarh University, and Dr. Prahlad Basumatary from Bodoland University graced the occasion and chaired the technical session with their presentation of resourceful papers. Altogether, 15 resource persons presented their papers in the semir and took part in deliberation.