Allow Ph.D Thesis Writing in Bodo Language, ABSU Demands

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KOKRAJHAR, SEP 22: The All Bodo Students Union(ABSU) has demanded increment of seat capacities in Master Degrees admission in Bodoland University and allow Ph.D thesis writing in Bodo language as Bodo language was recognized in eighth scheduled of Indian constitution.
A five member delegation team of ABSU led by it’s assistant general secretary Khwrwmdao Wary met Vice-Chancellor of Bodoland University Prof. Laishram Ladusingh at university and submitted a memorandum that sought quality education environment in the university. The students union said that due to ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic several hundred students could not go to the distant universities in the country and hence Bodoland University should increase the capacities of admission in all disciplinary departments in the university to pave the way healthy educational environment.
The students union said that the ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic situation, especially in the entire educational activities has been affected in the whole world. In this connection ABSU has drowned attention before the VC of the only University in the lower Assam and BTR region and accordingly many students are unable to go out to distant universities for pursuing post graduate studies.

ABSU education secretary Kastom Basumatary after meeting the vice-chancellor told that the ABSU met VC of the Bodoland University and placed two-charter of demands for the welfare of the students community in the BTC region. He said that ABSU demanded increase of capacities of admission in the university those are coming from locality and demanded allow of Ph.D thesis writing must be in Bodo language as Bodo language has included in the eight scheduled through the spirit of BTC accord in 2003. He said that the VC Prof Ladusingh has paid kind attention towards the ABSU delegation and offered warm assurance to step for the welfare of student communities in days to coming.
Basumatary has put demand to the state government and education department to extend support and developmental aspects towards Bodoland University to extend quality educational services in the region. He said that the students union was working for the quality educational environment among the society since 2007 and accordingly the status of the Bodo medium educational has come up with gain momentum.
He has urged the state government to make provincialisation of all venture schools through the clause 6.3 of the BTR accord in Bodoland region as well as outside of the BTAD region.
He informed that recently a delegation team of ABSU met education minister Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma and discussed on the implementation of the clause 6.3 of the BTR accord and getting provincialisation of schools across the state.

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