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28 February 2017

Miranda House sets up centre for Northeast studies

Quodsi everti ancillae vim qui lorem persius petentium Miranda House sets up centre for Northeast studies

NEW DELHI FEB. 28 (ENA) Delhi University’s Miranda House has set up a centre for Northeast studies. The sole purpose of the centre is to focus on education outreach and scientific research on different aspects of sustainable development and biodiversity. Najma Heptullah, Governor of Manipur inaugurated the centre.

While addressing the gathering Heptullah emphasized that the centre will offer key support to boost the scope for a better research-based understanding of the opportunities, challenges and ethos in the Northeastern states in a culturally sensitive manner.

The centre has been set up in partnership with Institute of Bioresources and Sustainable Development or IBSD.

Multimedia documentation and publications will play a significant role in influencing the policies and development of Northeast.

Northeast students of Delhi University introduced a manifesto after holding extensive consultations with the University.

The main objective of the manifesto was to safeguard the judicial rights of Northeast students pursuing various courses in the prestigious Delhi University.

The students want that Hindi must not be made a compulsory subject and that they should have the option to choose an alternative subject.

 

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