Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma at Haflong Government College

Assam chief minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on January 20 inaugurated the newly-constructed arts block, auditorium and boys’ hostel building at Haflong Government College.

Built with a total amount of Rs 15.35 crore under NLCPR and SOPD schemes, the new infrastructure is expected to give a boost to academic environment in the Dima Hasao district.

Saying that the Assam government will provide Rs 10 crore for construction of a new science block at the college which will be completed within two years, chief minister Sarma urged chief executive member NCHAC Debolal Garlosa to identify land for second campus of the college. “There is plan of introducing PG course on all subjects in the college,” Sarma said.

The chief minister also advised the representatives of NCHAC and college authorities to start Assamese spoken course in the college, which will immensely help the students in working across Assam while opening more employment avenues for them.

Education minister Ranoj Pegu, water resource minister Pijush Hazarika, CEM NCHAC Debolal Gorlosa, CEM KAAC Tuliram Ronghang, MLA Nandita Gorlosa, DC Dima Hasao Nazreen Ahmed, principal of Haflong Government College Madhumita Daulagupu were also present on the occasion.

Earlier, the chief minister also visited the decades-old ‘namghar’ at Haflong and offered his prayers. He interacted with the devotees there and assured to look into the demands of the management committee for infrastructure development.

Thereafter, he also paid a visit to Ramkrishna Seva Samiti at Haflong and offered prayers. He interacted with the devotees and took stock of the activities being carried out by the Samiti and various issues faced by them.

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