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12:00 AM, February 18, 2009 / LAST MODIFIED: 12:00 AM, February 18, 2009

Science Fair and cultural programme in Rangamati

Indigenous artistes dance at a cultural programme, part of the science fair.Photo: STAR

Speakers at a cultural function held recently called upon students to be more science-oriented. This step, they said, would ready the latter to be worthy citizens.
They said this is the era of science, going on to add that the lives of our countrymen is getting increasingly intertwined with science.
Dipankar Talukder, state minister for CHT Affairs Ministry, addressed the gathering in his capacity as chief guest on the concluding day of the three-day-long 'Science Fair', held at the premises of the Rangamati Government College.
Talukder along with the guests gave away the prizes and certificates amongst the winning students who took part in the debate competition and speech deliberation.
Banchita Chakma, principal of the Rangamati Government College, conservator of forest of CHT circle RK Mojumder and lecturer of Rangamati College Mohammad Jamal Hossian spoke on the occasion.
Mohammad Nurul Amin, deputy commissioner of Rangamati, presided over the function.
Dipankar Talukder, in his speech assured people of the transformation of the Rangamati Government College into a university and the setting up of a university of science and technology in Rangamati.
The science fair was followed by a wonderful cultural function on the concluding day. Bengali and indigenous artistes displayed their mettle through diverse folk songs and dances.

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