National Seminar @ Kaziranga University- an experience by Priyamoni Debnath

A mix of emotions that linked to my experience floated through my body that night. A sign of anticipation and anxiety of the coming day could not be suppressed at all. I still wonder that I slept at all that night. But I did. Those nervous deliberations crept into my calm composure. Next day, my mind was flooded with jumbled exhilaration. I struggled to focus my mind on the day before me. My intense stress level was minimized as we entered the campus of The Assam Kaziranga University. A beautiful initiative was taken up by the School Of Business of Kaziranga University, organizing Two Day National Seminar on “Innovative Management Practices for Sustainable Development”.

We–a group of 4 anxious students and 1 teacher boarded a trip heading towards the university for the two-day national seminar. As we reached there, we were proceeded for registration session and then to the hostel where we refreshed ourselves. Then, ultimately the seminar started with an inauguration session where the chief guest and the counselor for the First Technical Session was felicitated with an assamese gamcha and also he delivered his views about the seminar and the university. Then, the Vice Chancellor of Kaziranga University, Dr. Sunil Rai delivered his own ethics, expectation, rich heritage  and views about the university. At the end of the inauguration session Mr. Puneet Choudhury, Assistant Professor of the University delivered the vote of thanks. After a lunch break of 1hour the First Technical Session of the National Seminar started which was headed by playing a game on leadership management by the Chief Guest with a group of 5 students of the university itself and then the participants were asked to present their paper. Following this, the 1st Technical Session came to an end.

The next day, schedule of the seminar started with the Second Technical Session, following a tea-break for 15-20 mins. As the 2nd technical session came to an end, Valedictory session was conducted where participation certificate were given to all the participants and Vote Of Thanks was delivered by an Assistant Professor of School of Business of the Assam Kaziranga University.

Finally, after having lunch, the moment of our departure arrived which brought us in a state of déjà vu of all the beautiful moments of the trip. After visiting the University and participating in the National Seminar, we came to a conclusion that such tours have great educational value and we gathered enormous knowledge during our two day trip. We’ll cherish them forever and ever………

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