One day while I was busy in my office collecting some points from the newspapers for preparing an article for a periodical publication, a group of about six students of journalism entered my office. They introduced themselves as students of an institution of mass communication of the city.
Higher and technical educational scenario of the northeastern region has been drastically changing from last five years. Despite the availability of world class institutions in the region, every year a large number of students from the region fall in the trap of not only fake institutions, but also some approved institutions without required facilities.
It's a matter of great satisfaction that after sixty-seven (67) years of independence India has got a prime minister 'born in the independent country' to lead the Nation towards a bright future with honor and development.
It's rightly said, 'where there is a will there is a way'. It has come true in the life of a school teacher from the remote northeastern state of Tripura, which lags behind the facilities in the field of development in many respect. Sujit Bhowmik, a retired science teacher from Government school, Agartala has earned a number of achievements to his credit during his tenure in service and has continued his efforts even after his retirement.