Foundation established for LakhimpurCommerceCollege Gate

Foundation established for LakhimpurCommerceCollege Gate

LAKHIMPUR: The foundation of the Lakhimpur Commerce College Gate was set up on Thursday at the Chuklibhoria campus in North Lakhimpur. The gate is in memory of Robin Boldroy, a former vice-principal of the university.

The Foundation was built by Urumira Saikia Boldroy, wife of Robin Boldroy of Chucriboria, in front of his family, Principal Rohit Hazarica, Vice-Principal Goalkeeper Chetley, faculty, students and locals. In doing so, Principal Hazarika would like to thank Robin Boldroy’s family for their contributions to Lekinpur Commerce College and thank you for your continued support. Robin Boldroy’s younger brother, a graduate of Lakhimpur Commerce College and a retired associate professor at Government College, Dr. Jay Otish Boldroy, his son Devasis Boyldroy, and his daughter-in-law KM Riva Das. Hirannya Dutta, a professor at Lakhimpur Commerce College and a son-in-law, also attended the foundation laying ceremony for the university gates.

Previously, the university’s internal security and cleanliness cell carried out a cleanliness drive at the Chuklibhoria campus of Lakhimpur Commerce College, which was founded by Principal Lohit Hazarika. This was followed by a large-scale plantation drive on campus by Cell.

After that, a culmination ceremony of Bohag Biff was held on campus, and a group of Fusori University performed various Biff dances. Popular film actor Prastuti Parasar, who was visiting the university to promote her latest film, attended the event as an honorary guest.

Meanwhile, the university’s main campus hosted an online workshop on intellectual property rights (IPR) and patent and design applications. The workshop was co-sponsored by the Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) of Rakinpool Commerce College in collaboration with the Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Intellectual Property Management in Nagpur. The principal, Dr. Lohit Hazarika, has started the workshop. The purpose of the workshop was explained by Dr. Dadul Rajkonwar, Coordinator of IQAC at the university. Dr. Bharat N. Suryawanshi of RGNIIPM-Nagpur participated in the online program as a resource person. Dr. Suryavangshi gave a speech on IPR and called for faculty and students to be innovative in dealing with the changing environment. He also proposed different ways and means to generate new ideas and innovations in different areas. The workshop had a total of 54 participants, including faculty members and students.

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