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'Youths are assets of country's future'

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  18 March 2015 12:00 AM GMT

From our Staff Correspondent

DIBRUGARH, March 17: The five-day tiol Integration camp held at Grahambazar Girls’ High School concluded successfully on Monday. A total of 150 participants from Odisha, West Bengal, Jharkhanda, Aruchal Pradesh and three districts of Assam –Sivasagar, Dibrugarh and Tinsukia took part in the camp.

During the five-day programme, the participants took keen interest in all the events and cultural programmes. Noted folk singer of Dibrugarh, Doly Das, Assistant teacher of Graham Bazar Boys’ High School, Lata Baruah Hazarika and exponent of folk song, Madhav Krish Das also took part in the cultural functions .They helped the participants to learn Assamese patriotic songs and folk songs of Assam which they later performed during the cultural programme.

The Superintendent of Police, Ra Bhuyan formally flagged off the cultural procession brought out on the occasion on March 14. The main highlights of the camp were training on disaster magement, quiz competition, and exhibition.

The concluding function was graced by the Vice-chancellor of Dibrugarh University, Dr Alak Kumar Buragohain as chief guest. The Project Director of District Rural Development Agency, Bibeka Phukan also attended the function as honoured guest. Dr Buragohain in his speech said, “The youths are the assets of country’s future and they should take the burden of its growth and security with full sincerity.”

The participants also in their respective deliberation expressed their sincere thanks to all office bearers of Nehru Yuba Kendra and rrated their experiences earned during the camp. The camp was earlier iugurated by Deputy Commissioner MS Manivann while district coorditor of Nehru Yuba Kendra , Abani Kumar Chetia spoke on purpose of holding of such camps.

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