Adhir Hopeful Of Revival Of Congress In Nadia
WB PCC President Adhir Choudhury on Wednesday said that he the days are not far away when the Congress would revive in Nadia. While speaking at a party workshop in Krishnanagar Karbala ground on Wednesday in support to party candidate for Krishnanagar seat Razia Ahmen, the Junior railways minister expressed his hope that the party would perform good in the 2016 assembly poll and would bring the real change in the governance in the state. Picture by PRANAB DEBNATH
Gesture By Bank Of India: Bus For Kalyani University Students
Bank of India General Managar Anil Kumar Bhalla handing over a cheque of Rupees 12.03 lakhs for purchasing a bus for the students of the University to Kalyani University vice chancellor Professor Rattan Lal Hangloo at a programme in Kalyani on April 8. NfN Picture
Special Story: Fulia Boy Won Best Science Model Award
By NfN NETWORK
Fulia, Sept. 15: 18 years old Rurdrarup Das of Fulia Township in Nadia has dreams unlimited! The class-twelve boy with a creative mind has a dream do a scientific research on the Mermaids of the fairy tales and find out their existence in the real world. In his endeavor scientific research works, which he began at the age of 14, Rudrarup, son of a poor night-guard of a local market in Fulia, has already earned accolades by making the models in support of his research findings.
The State Youth Services department on last week added another feather to his crown, when it had chosen Rudrarup as winner of the state level Science model competition (higher secondary level) that was held at the Kshudiram Anusilan Kendra on the occasion of State Science Fair.
Rurdrarup, who is a student of Fulia Sikshaniketan won a cash award of Rs 35,000 being the winner for his model on agriculture development titled – “Ti Plasmid : A Blessing Tool”.
SPECIAL STORY: BCKV Makes Adoption Of Tree Mandatory For 1st Year Students
Mohonpur, Sept. 22: The Bidhan Chandra Krishi Viswabidyalaya (BCKV) in a bid to develop an emotional bonding and an understanding about trees and plants among the students, have come up with a unique programme to have all its first years B Sc and B Tech students to adopt a plant each mandatorily since the beginning of their four years’ course period.
The programme, which began from September this year, was conceived after teachers of different faculties had experienced a sheer lack of understanding and knowledge about common trees and plants among a large section students, who did not opt for agriculture as their natural choice.