Assam Chief Minister Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma who was on a day-long visit to Kokrajhar district on Sunday attended the closing of the golden jubilee function of Gossaigaon College as the Chief Guest and later today the third triennial conference of the Liberal Party. Party (UPPL) held in Chandrapara on the outskirts of Kokrajhar.
Speaking at the event held at the Gossaigaon College, the minister praised the role of the historic institution of higher learning which was established in 1971, noting that they are contributing to the reconstruction of the nation by the graduates of the level education. from their skills and experience. .
The Prime Minister is very confident that Gossaigaon College will continue to work for the spread of quality education in the state, as it has been for the past 50 years. Referring to the Prime Minister’s appeal to utilize the next 25 years of “Azadi ka Amrit Kaal” to ensure that the nation reaches its rightful place in every aspect beyond 100 years of independence, Ra The Prime Minister urged everyone associated with Gossaigaon College to ensure that their institution plays the required role.
In his speech, he asked the teachers and students to work to transform Gossaigaon College into a temple of wisdom and knowledge.
The Minister promised that he will honestly look at all the proposals from the Gossaigaon College management in terms of education and infrastructure development.
He assured the necessary steps for starting graduate courses in all subjects and streams within three years. He also announced a grant of Rs 1 crore for the completion of the construction hall of Gossaigaon College.
Chief Minister Dr Sarma also urged the students of Gossaigaon College to contribute and bring the spirit of entrepreneurship so that instead of being job seekers, they can proudly create jobs in the society. .
Stating that there is no substitute for a pioneering development model in the current situation, Dr Sarma appealed to the students of Gossaigaon College to be a part of the start-up revolution that will dramatically change the country’s economy in the next few years. the past. .
He discussed various initiatives such as capital investment and taxes to encourage start-ups and industrialization in the State.
Referring to technologies such as artificial intelligence, big data, augmented reality, cloud computing, and advanced genomics as the future of the country, the Prime Minister asked the Gossaigaon college authorities to arrange the visit of their students to study centers and institutions in one place. – creation in different parts of the State. This kind of visit, he said, will be an inspiration to the students before they dare to work in their fields of study and interests.
Referring to Gossaigaon as one of the less developed areas of the State, the Prime Minister promised to make a concrete plan for the infrastructure and other needs of the localities. MLA Jiron Basumatary, Kokrajhar Deputy Speaker Barnali Deka and others.
Later in the day, the Prime Minister also attended as chief guest the third convention of the United People’s Liberal Party (UPPL) held at Chandrapara in the district. First of all, the president spoke and praised the current administration of Bodoland region led by Mr. Promod Boro who is also the president of UPPL.
Referring to BTR as a clear example of how a stable region can turn into one of the most peaceful administrations, the minister praised the leadership of Promod Boro and the general cooperation of the people of all the communities living in the area 6- your schedule.
He asked the leaders of UPPL to continue the good work they have done in the last two years, on the other hand, he promised all the cooperation, including finance, from the government of Assam.
He also stressed the need for proper and meaningful rehabilitation of all those affected by the violence during the break in the Bodoland movement.
“All the communities living in BTR should forget the bitter experiences of the past and join hands for a new era of peace and development,” Himanta Biswa Sarma said.
The minister also announced a grant of Rs 150 crore for the construction of a modern sports stadium in Kokrajhar. This will be helpful in developing and recognizing the sports talent of BTR youth, he said.
Textiles Minister Urkhao Gwra Brahma, Housing & Urban Affairs Minister Ashok Singhal, and BTR Chief Promod Boro, among others, were present at the Chandrapara UPPL Conference.
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