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Six Research Scholars of Assam Don Bosco University made presentation

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of their PhD registration synopses, 14 august 2014. Each scholar made a presentation of 15 minutes duration on the topic of their study. It was followed by an interaction for five minutes with the panelists.

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Ms. Ivee Boiss of the Department of Biotechnology with Dr Laishram Inira Singha as guide, made a presentation on “Analyisis of Anticancer and Anti-inflammatory Potential of Myrica Esculenta Buch-Ham.D.Don, Morus Indica Linn., Prunus Nepalensis Ser(Steud) and Elaeagnus Latifolia Linn.

Sr Manoda Sangma FMA of the Department of North East India Studies under the direction of Dr Riju Sharma presented the topic: Youth participation and the socio-economic development of Garo Hills: An exploratory study.

Dr Dominic Meyieho’s student Sr Neli Lolia FMA of the Department of North East India Studies presented: Socio-cultural transition of the educated youth among the Mao Naga tribe: a study.

Ms Rashi Borgohain of the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering under the guidance of Dr Sunandan Baruah spoke on “Developing semiconducting nano materials for environmental sensing.”

Ms Nabamita Das of the Department of Language Studies with Dr Anindya Syam Choudhury as her guide presented: Exploring Dramatic Dialogues in the plays of Harold Pinter: A Discourse-Stylistic Perspective.

Mr Farlando Diengdoh of the Department of Chemical Science under Prof J.N. Vishwakarma spoke on “Design Synthesis, Structure and X-ray Crystallography of Noel Molecular Hybrids with potent biological activities.”