Itagar, Sept 13: All together 37 paper presenters received certificates at the valedictory function of the two-day tiol semir on ‘Issues, Challenges and Development of North East India: Special Reference to Aruchal Pradesh’ that concluded at Rajiv Gandhi Unversity on Saturday.
The semir was organised by Rajiv Gandhi University Research Scholars’s Forum in collaboration with department of Political Science.
Dean Faculty of Social Science, RGU Prof. S K yak attending the valedictory function as the chief guest stressed on usage of easier and simpler words in research works for academics. Five papers were presented today in the technical session chaired by Dean Faculty of Environmental Science, RGU Prof. Tomo Riba. Papers titled, “Potentialities Of Eco Tourism In East Siang District Of Aruchal Pradesh: An Overview”, “Agricultural Landscape of Ziro Town: A Tourist Hub”, “Aruchal Tourism: Prospect, Challenges, Issues, Linking rural livelihoods and protected areas: A case study of Daying Ering Memorial Wildlife Sanctuary of East Siang district, Aruchal Pradesh”, and “From Eco friendly To Detrimental: Faul Resources Utilizations Of Ethnic People In Aruchal Pradesh”, were presented on the day.