RGU student adjudged best oral paper presenter in NERRSM-2017

SILCHAR, Mar 20: Karsing Megu, a PhD research scholar from the Rajiv Gandhi University’s department of Zoology received a trophy from the Vice-Chancellor of Assam University on being adjudged as the best oral paper presenter in the recently concluded North East Regional Research Scholars’ Meet-2017 at Assam University, Silchar.
Karsing edged past 47 other participants from various leading universities of the North East region like; NEHU-Shillong, Mizoram University, Gauhati University, Dibrugarh University, Tripura University, Manipur University, Assam University and Rajiv Gandhi University.
Earlier, four students from RGU faculty of Life Sciences, namely Karsing Megu, Tapi Taka, Hage Konya and Jentu Giba were shortlisted to represent RGU by the academic branch of the university.
The best poster presentation prize was awarded to Somorita Bhaisya, a research scholar from Assam University.
Speaking on the achievements of the students, the Deputy Registrar (Academic & Conference) of RGU, Dr. David Pertin said that students are in the right orientation and have the dedicated earnest towards achieving their research targets.



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