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May 4, 2009

College seeks standard in professional education



GUWAHATI, May 4: “Unlike a large number of colleges in private sector where the goal is to ‘take money and give degree’, education is a mission in Central IT College, Guwahati. I have observed that the college is producing quality manpower. And when your product has quality, it sells anywhere,” this is what Prof GU Ahmed of Gauhati University Biotechnology Department said while speaking at Techno Quest 2009, the annual event of CITC.

Dr SK Borthakur, senior academician, Gauhati University Botany Department said, “Central IT College has opened up a new vista in the educational horizon of the Northeast. The young and qualified teachers in the college are production houses of innovative knowledge and their students are the store houses of new ideas, new findings and new developments”.

Theatre personality Baharul Islam lighted the lamp to inaugurate the cultural programme of the students of the college. In his address, he mentioned about a recent theatre workshop he had conducted for the students of IIT, Mumbai. He expressed his desire to make his resources available for holding a similar workshop for the students of the Central IT College.

The annual magazine of the college The CITCian was also released in the function. This was stated in a press release. THE SENTINEL

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