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KU Launched Biometrics Attendance Based Course Work For Aspiring Researchers

NfN NETWORK Kalyani, May 30: In a bid to improve the quality of research works, the Kalyani University today set an instance by introducing biometrics attendance for the course works for the aspiring researchers so that they could devotedly learn the methodology of new generation research works without abstaining their classes….


HS Results: Rakhibul, Shipra Of Bethua School Topped In Nadia

NfN NETWORK Krishnanagar, May 30: Hatishala boy Rakhibul Mondal, a student from JCM high school of Bethuadahari, has topped among the higher secondary examinees in Nadia with 475 marks securing 95%. Rakhibul is closely followed by his classmate Shipra Adhikary who scored 466 marks securing 91% to become the topper…


Slaughterhouses Polluting Ganga in Nabadweep: Uma

NfN NETWORK Nabadweep, May 28: Union minister for water resources, river development and Ganga rejuvenation Uma Bharati today expressed her concern for discharge of waste and blood from the slaughterhouses those have mushroomed along the embankment of river Ganga in and around Nabadweep town. The minister was shocked to state…


Resolve That Made Syamantaka Successful Despite Genetic Disorder

NfN NETWORK Karimpur , May 27: 17 year old Syamantak Sarkar of Karimpur in Nadia wants to become a teacher, but does not know how far he would succeed with his challenged physique. In this small span of life with physical limitations, Symantak has understood that he is quite different…


Hritam Ranked 8th, Aishika 10th In Madhyamik Exam

NfN NETWORK Krishnanagar, May 27: Hritam Nath of Krishnanagar Collegiate School made people of Nadia district proud as he secured 8th position in this year’s Madhyamik Examination. Hritam, a resident of KN Roy Lane in Krishnanagar Roypara has secured 684 marks out of 700, which also made him the topper…


‘Nothing To Review Or Rectify At IISER-Kolkata’

NfN NETWORK Mohonpur, May 26:The Indian Institute of Science Education and Research –Kolkata (IISER-K) authorities think that there is no deficiency in their existing mechanism of students’ management and the institute is not at all interested to waste time in its review or rectification. Director of IISER-K professor R.N.Mukherjee today categorically stated…


Chandan Sen Received Dinabandhu Puraskar

Eminent playwright director Chandan Sen today conferred upon the prestigious Dinabandhu Puraskar by the West Bengal government for his lifetime contribution to the Bengali theatre. The award that contains a citation, a memorabilia and cash award of Rupees twenty five thousand was handed over by state information and culture minister Indranil…


‘Work Hard In Silence, Let Success Make Noise’: Mashelkar

NfN NETWORK Mohonpur, May 27: Eminent engineer professor R.A.Mashelkar today urged the budding scientists not to complain for scarcity of opportunities in the country, but to keep their aspirations live to build an enterprising mindset. He told the students that a combination of ‘scarcity’ and ‘aspiration’ can create ‘game-changing innovations’….


Students Donate Blood At Kalyani University

NfN NETWORK Kalyani, May 25: 50 students of Kalyani University today donated blood at a blood donation camp organised by the University’s NSS unit with the support of Kolkata based Association of Voluntary Blood Donors. The camp was inaugurated by the University’s registrar professor Debangshu Roy. The camp was organised as announced by…


Mamata Urges Modi To Take Up Mathabhanga Pollution With Bangladesh

NfN NETWORK Delhi, May 26: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today requested Prime Minister Narendra Modi to take up with Bangladesh Government the issue of pollution of Mathabhanga River which also flows through the country The Bengal chief minister apprised prime minister that the Mathabhanga River in Nadia district…