Extended and field research program sponsored by North Lakhimpur College (Autonomous)
LAKHIMPUR: As part of an expansion and field research program, the Assam Faculty of Languages at North Lakhimpur College (Autonomous) will hold a series of academic studies on April 30 and May 1 at Ghunasuti, one of the outreach areas of the Lakhimpur district. We held an event.
On the first day, a symposium on “Assam’s Tribal Culture: Heritage and Modernity” was held in the school auditorium in collaboration with the Gunasti HS School. At the same event, the Assam language department at the university donated a bunch of books to the school. In the course of the program, a team of students and professors from the department held a meeting with the Kamti community in Gunasti at a Buddhist temple. In the evening, two films, “Kanikar Ramdhenu” directed by Jahnu Baruah and “Call of the Wild” directed by Chris Sanders, were screened in the auditorium of the Ghunasuti HS School in front of about 200 spectators. A discussion followed, followed by a poetry reading and review program titled “Ei Naokhon Thakibo Jetiyaloike”. On May 1, students gathered information about the lives of tribal people living in the Gunasti region, their indigenous culture, and the impact of modernity on their culture. The Assam Faculty of Languages at the University publishes the collected information in various journals and compiles it into a research report.
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