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Knowledge of law creates exact citizen: Assam Law minister

The Faculty of Law, Gauhati University released its two acclaimed journals – The Gauhati University Journal of Law and Vidhijyoti on Tuesday within the convention hall of the branch.
This turned into said in a press communique via the branch of Law, Gauhati University.

Speaking on the event after freeing the Faculty Journal, Assam minister of Education, Law, and Justice, Siddhartha Bhattacharjya stated, “Law is an evolving concern and modifications with a call for of time. With the appearance of technology, courts have moved from typewriters to trendy gear reducing the burden of researchers and topics like cyber law have floated.”
He further said that know-how of law does now not most effective create lawyers or regulatory officials incorporate, but molds a person as a terrific and responsible citizen.
Expressing pride over the journals previously published by way of the branch, he expressed high-quality hopes that the department will bring forward the wealthy legacy.
Rector, Gauhati University, Prof H P Sarma whilst releasing the Vidhijyoti, a research journal appreciated the endeavor of the branch in publishing such journal.
Registrar-in-charge, Prof Nani Gopal Mahanta reiterating the glories of the University lauded the healthy effort of the departments and said that Gauhati University has made each qualitative and quantitive growth inside the current beyond which has fetched it A grade through NAAC and it boasts of its high rank in authorities universities.
The program turned into anchored by means of Dipankar Das where welcome speech became introduced by way of HoD of Dept of Law, Gauhati University, Subhram Rajkhowa.
The program commenced with the singing of the anthem of Gauhati University, ‘Jilikabo Luitore Paar’ followed via a Saraswati Vandana.
The occasion becomes attended via school individuals, students of various regulation schools underneath the university at the side of advocates and research scholars which concluded with vote of thank you by way of Saitama Rajkhowa, a faculty of the branch.

The returning officer for No eight Mangaldoi HPC and the deputy commissioner of Darrang, Ghanshyam Dass has confident of a loose and fair counting manner accompanied with the aid of correct result as in line with the people’s mandate.
“The counting may be accomplished strictly under the ECI suggestions to make it completely unfastened and honest and the right candidate will win,” said returning officer Dass.
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He becomes addressing media at his workplace conference corridor in Mangaldai on Tuesday in presence of additional deputy commissioners Kulen Sarma and Kalpana Deka besides Mangaldai election officer Kartik Kalita and district records and public relations officer Monimala Gogoi.
In his cope with Dass knowledgeable that counting might be achieved in Mangaldai College campus for 4 Assembly segments under Mangaldai (Darrang) Election District for which 4 counting halls – one for every Assembly section and an additional hall for the counting of postal ballots and electronic postal ballots have been organized.
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Each counting corridor will witness a total of 15 counting tables together with an additional table.
Out of the four Assembly segments, sixty-seven Mangaldai (SC) LAC with a maximum of 292 numbers of polling stations would require the most of 21 counting rounds.
The counting will start from eight am with the postal ballots followed by way of the EVM s after which the VVPAT slips. Even even though the counting of the votes in the EVMs are predicted to wind up by three pm, an extra time of around five hours will be required for counting of the 20 randomly decided on VVPAT machines, 5 each from one Assembly constituency.
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Returning Officer Dass additionally cited approximately the three-layered safety preparations in the counting center of Mangaldai College and regulations of taking a mobile phone, camera and other digital gadgets barring some special cases underneath the ECI instructions.
He assured the media people of growing an effective mechanism for brief sharing of outcomes after every round of counting below the supervision of the district statistics officer.
Speaking at the occasion, extra deputy commissioner, Kulen Sarma, in the rate of the Election Department said that necessary schooling of all the 984 counting officials has already been achieved efficiently from May 9 to May 20 in numerous phases.

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