EVENTS-2017  
     
     
31st july 2017

SAKHI-One Stop Centre (OSC), Kamrup (M) District collaborated with UTSAH and organised a Self defence programme for girls at the UTSAH Child Protection Center Hafiznagar No2, Guwahati. The SAKHI Programme understands the need and effectiveness of self defence art as a sexual violence and domestic violence prevention strategy. Mr. NC Rao was the Chief Trainer assisted by Mr. Jagadish Kalita and Mr. Guddu Basphor. The trainers demonstrated Situation Reaction Technique’s (SRT) for protection from grabbing (waist grab, hand-lock, jaw-hold, hair-pull etc), stick attack, knife attack and gun attack. CID officer Ms. Pallavi Saikia (Sub-Inspector) gave a talk on self-defence tactics. Ms. Nilaxi Sharma, Administrator of the SAKHI Center-Kamrup(M), introduced the Sakhi Scheme while encouraging adolescent girls and women to practice the different forms of self defence. 50 adolescent children and women from the Hafiznagar No2 community participated in the training. One Stop Centre’s (OSC) are centres established by the Government of India through the Ministry of Women and Child development (MWCD) to support women affected by violence of any sort. Duration: 3:00 PM-5PM
     
 
     
     
26th july 2017

Adolescents from the UTSAH Child Protection Programme(Hafiznagar No2) partake in the "Dialogue for cooperation and collaboration- Press,Adolescents and Police organized by the Assam State Commission for the Protection of Child Rights(ASCPCR) at Silpagram. The key objectives of the one day interactive session were to: (1) To provide a platform to the children and adolescents to facilitate dialogue with press and police on their role in protecting and promoting the rights of children. (2) To familiarise the children and adolescents about child rights concerns, child protection systems in place, and to develop their capacity in accessing services from various mediums such as police, press etc. (3) To develop understanding of child friendly practices among the police and the press in addressing the issues concerning the rights of the children.
     
 
     
     
19th july 2017

Anti-Gambling Campaign: UTSAH organized a campaign against "gambling" in the Hafiznagar No2 community. This day-long campaign was Executed by interns Anushka Sharma, Sanjana Ghosh and Darshana. Shri Diganta Barah, IPS, Joint Commissioner of Police, Guwahati interacted with the members of the community and spoke about the problem of pathological gambling practices and its adverse impact on families. He assured the support of the police to address gambling issues in the community.
     
 
     
     
july 2017

UTSAH Founder Miguel Das Queah, meets Assam Chief Minister Shri. Sarbananda Sonowal. Miguel Das Queah presented a civil society perspective on child protection issues in the State, requesting the Chief Minister to prioritize issues of Child Rights and protection in Assam. The Chief Minister assured his support to the initiatives undertaken by UTSAH to promote the survival, development, protection and participation rights of children in Assam.
     
     
     
july 2017

UTSAH Founder Miguel Das Queah, led a team of Social Workers to meet Assam Governor Shri. Banwarilal Purohit. The purpose of this visit was to apprise the Governor on the status of children’s rights in Assam. Miguel specifically touched upon the issues of child trafficking, corporal punishment in schools, child labour and child marriage. Appreciating UTSAH’s efforts, the Governor asked Miguel Das Queah to be more aggressive in his fight and assured necessary support.
     
     
     
9th july 2017

Amidst tears, Ms. Tailin Lyngdoh spoke her heart out about the humiliation and hurt she had to suffer at the Delhi Golf Club, at "Fighting Prejudice", a small informal conversation at Brown Bean Cafe Guwahati. Though this event did not fall under UTSAH’s Child Rights ambit; being an Organization from the Northeast, UTSAH felt it was its responsibility to lead the campaign against racism and class based discrimination faced by Northeast Indians in rest of the county. Ms. Tailin Lyngdoh had recently survived severe racial discrimination at the Delhi Golf Club. She was asked to leave the Club because, in the opinion of the clubs staff, her uniform and physical appearance made her look like a maid and a Nepali. Citizens of Guwahati shared their experiences of racial abuse in mainland India and offered valuable insights into how we can collectively address mainland India's prejudice against the North East Indians. Prior to this event UTSAH mobilized citizens of Guwahati to partake in a signature campaign and filed a complaint against the General Committee of the Delhi Golf Club (DGC) at the Prime Minister’s Office, the National Commission for Scheduled Tribes and the National Human Rights Commission. This event was supported by GPLUS.
     
 
     
     
30th june 2017

UTSAH Children from the Hafiznagar No2 Child Protection Programme participate at the Independence Day celebrations organized by the Assam State Commission for the Protection of Child Rights(ASCPCR) at its office in Six Mile. Chairperson of the Commission Ms. Runumi Gogoi hoisted the tri colour in the presence of Hon’ble member of the National Commission for the Protection of Child Rights Mr. Priyank Kanoongo, Member of the ASCPCR Mr. Gopal Sharma and the UNICEF Assam Team. Ms. Gogoi spoke about the importance of Child Rights and distributed child friendly information material among the children. The UTSAH Children sang the Assamese Satte anthem and two songs by Lakshminath Bezbaruah at the function.
     
 
     
     
28th june 2017

As a part of UTSAH's campaign against Child Labour, interns Dhriti Sonowal(JNU), Dikshita Bhuyan (LSR,DU), Priyanka Das(Hindu College,DU) and Anuranan Kazi (UPES, Dehradun University) organized a short interactive, awareness session on "Child Labour" in Royal Global School, Guwahati. Special focus was given to the availability of Child line Services(1098) in Guwahati which could be accessed by citizens to facilitate the rescue of child labourers, in the city. Students of classes 6, 7 & 8, along with their parents, were informed about the illegality of employing a child labourer and the adverse effects of economic work on the holistic development of children. A short Q&A session attracted several queries from the parents regarding (1) a rescued child's rehabilitation 2) role of the civil society on reducing Child labour in Guwahati and (3) conceptual clarity on Juvenile Justice. The session was concluded with reading of a pledge against employment of child labourer, by everyone present. Ms. Anubha Goyal, the Principal of Royal Global School along with several senior staff members also attended the programme. A short movie themed around Child Labour, produced by the Satyarthi Foundation, called "Wake Up" was also screened. 120 badges bearing the "To Stop Child Labour, Call 1098" message were distributed amongst the attendees. Ms. Anitha Maddipatla, the Executive Officer of UTSAH, accompanied the team of interns. Duration : 10:00 AM-10:30 AM
     
 
     
     
13th june 2016

UTSAH organized an awareness and sensitization camp on "Menstrual Hygiene" for girl children of the Hafiznagar No2 community (UTSAH Child Protection Programme) in Bamunimaidam, Guwahati, Assam. A preliminary study/assessment revealed that girl children of the community were ashamed to speak about their menstrual health, were misinformed about hygiene practices, used cloth(repeatedly) for menstrual absorption and were practicing unscientific disposal methods. UTSAH interns Nazneen Sultana(M.Phil, NEHU), Dikshita Bhuyan (BA History, 3rd Year, LSR, Delhi) and Annanya Saikia ( BASS,2nd year, TISS Guwahati) conceptualized and organized the campaign in collaboration with the East Guwahati Government Primary Health Center(under National Health Mission, Government of Assam). ASHA(Accredited Social Health Activist) worker Ms. Rukiya Begum and Nurse Midwife Ms. Roshanara Khatun conducted sessions on best hygiene management practices, sanitary napkin accessibility and disposal of used napkins. Adolescent girl children asked several questions on hygiene during the Q&A Session. 40 sanitary napkin packets were distributed among the girl children at INR 6/pack. 50 girl children and mothers from the community attended the programme. Duration: 11:30 AM-12 PM
     
 
     
     
12th June to 1st july 2017

Shri. Banwarilal Purohit, His Excellency, the Governor of Assam launches UTSAH’s “Stop Child Labour, Call 1098” Social Media Campaign. This Campaign was starterd on the 12th of June 2017 on World Day Against Child Labour. ‘World Day against Child Labour’ is celebrated every year on 12th of June to focus attention on the global extent of child labour and the action and efforts needed to eliminate it. This day brings together governments, employers and workers organizations, civil society, as well as millions of people from around the world to highlight the plight of child labourers and what can be done to help them. The conflict and disaster status of Assam pushes thousands of children to vulnerability each year. This Campaign is an effort to raise awareness about 1098 Child line services, which provides rescue and rehabilitation support to child labourers. This campaign brought together prominent personalities of Assam to take a stand against child labour. Our Ambassadors included: 1. Shri Banwarilal Purohit, His Excellency The Governor of Assam, 2. Shri Sarbananda Sonowal, Hon'ble Chief Minister, Assam, 3. Dr. Himanta Biswa Sarma, Hon'ble Minister(Education, Health, GDD, Finance, P&D), Assam, 4. Shri Atul Bora, Hon'ble Minister(Agriculture, Veterinary), Assam, 5. Shri Naba Kumar Doley, Hon'ble Minister of State(Social Welfare), Assam, 6. Shri Pallab Lochan Das, Hon'ble Minister of State(Labour, Power), Assam, 7. Shri Siddhartha Bhattacharya, Hon'ble MLA(East Guwahati), Assam, 8. Dr. Sunita Changkakati, Hon'ble Chairperson, Assam State Commission for the Protection of Child Rights, 9. Smt. Rupa Hazarika, Hon'ble Member, Assam State Commission for the Protection of Child Rights, 10. Shri. Mukesh Sahay, IPS,Director General of Police, Assam, 11. Shri KV Eapen, IAS,Additional Chief Secretary to the Government of Assam(Labour and Employment), 12. Shri Ravi Capoor, IAS,Additional Chief Secretary to the Government of Assam(Social Welfare), 13. Shri Ashutosh Agnihotri,IAS, Commissioner and Secretary to the Government of Assam(Industries), 14. Shri Hiren Nath, IPS, Commissioner of Police, Guwahati, 15. Dr. M. Angamuthu, IAS, Deputy Commissioner, Kamrup-M, Government of Assam, 16. Smt. Monalisa Goswami, IAS, Commissioner, Guwahati Municipal Corporation, Government of Assam, 17. Smt. Varnali Deka, IAS, CEO, Guwahati Metropolitan Development Authority, Government of Assam, 18. Smt. Indrani Baruah, IPS, SSP, CID, Assam, 19. Shri Diganta Barah, IPS, Joint Commissioner of Police, Guwahati, 20. Smt Amanjeet Kaur, IPS, Deputy Commissioner of Police(Traffic), Guwahati, 21. Smt Chetana Das, Assamese Actress, 22. Shri Wasbir Hussain, Author and Television show host, Assam, 23. Smt. Anurita Pathak Hazarika, Programme Manager, North East Network(NEN), Assam, 24. Shri Kapil Bora, Assamese Actor, 25. Smt Hasina Kharbhih, Founder, Impulse NGO Network, Meghalaya, 26. Shri Arman Ali, Executive Director, Sishu Sarothi, Assam, 27. Shri Krishan Aggarwal, GM, Vivanta by Taj, Guwahati, Assam, 28. Radio Jockey Mandy, Red FM, Assam, 29. Radio Jockey Aaliya, Big FM, Assam, 30. Bodo Women for Peace Movement, 31. Geetanagar Police Station, Guwahati, 32. All Women's Police Station, Pan Bazar, Guwahati, 33. The Gurukul Grammar School, Guwahati, 34. The Royal Global School, Guwahati, 35. Mohd Shah Sishu Niketan, Guwahati and 36. Children of Hafiznagar No2 Community. The campaign was organized in collaboration with Childline Guwahatiand TopCem Cement Assam. The Assam Chief Minister Shri Sarbananda Sonowal cocluded the programme.
     
 
     
     
18th May 2017

MUTSAH Founder Miguel Das Queah conducts training for Sashashtra Seema Bal(SSB) Training Center at Salonibari, Sonitpur, Assam on Juvenile Justice(Care and Protection of Children) Act 2015. 100 SSb personnel from Border areas of Bhutan and Nepal participated in the training session.
     
     
     
6th MAY 2017

UTSAH Child Protection Programme(Hafiznagar No2) children participate in a Drawing Competition based on the life and teachings of Srimanta Shankardev ,organized by SWAYAM(supported by UTSAH) on the occasion of Dr. K Goswami Memorial @ Srimanta Shankardev Kirtan Naam Ghar Jyoti Nagar Bamunimaidam. Probhu Shri Jitendra Pradhani, the Satradhikar of the Ram Rai Kuthi Satra of Dhubri, was the Chief Guest for the programme.
     
 
     
     
5th MAY 2017

Responding to UTSAH’s complaint, Assam Education Minister Dr. Himanta Biswa Sarma sends instruction to Director Elementary Education to take action against erring teachers of Bamunimaidam Sarkari Nimna Buniyadi Bidyalay who have repeatedly been inflicting corporal punishment on children.
     
 
     
     
30th april 2017

Social Activist Tinat A Masood visits the UTSAH Community-based Child Protection Programme at the Hafiznagar No2 community in Guwahati, Assam. Ms. Masood narrated a beautiful story while her son belted out some lovely English numbers. They also donated books for the Community library.
     
 
     
     
23rd april 2017

UTSAH filed an “Additional FIR” in the SHED Home Child physical Assault Case: An eight-year old differently-abled child from Arunachal Pradesh was physically assaulted by the staff of an Assam-based non-governmental organisation, Society for Health and Education Development (SHED), on Wednesday at Sonapur near Guwahati.

The incident came to light after the child identified as Jojo Phassang was admitted in a city-based hospital with severe bruises by his mother.
The child was reportedly beaten up a few hours after being admitted into SHED, which admits differently-abled children, for allegedly being unruly.

Taking cognizance of the assault case on social media(higlighted by UTSAH), the Kamrup(M) Deputy Commissioner instructed the Sonapur revenue circle CO Dr Dhrubajyoti Hazarika to lodge an FIR. Three staffs of the NGO- Hiranya Saikia (Manager), Santi Niketan Singh (Warden) and Kishan Kumar (Cook) -were detained for interrogation after an FIR. UTSAH’s additional FIR demanded the action against the Governing Body of the SHED Home includinh their chief functionary Mr. Lanu Aimal.
     
 
     
     
31st march to 6th of april 2017

UTSAH Team & Children meet The Hon'ble Member Of Parliament, India Smt. Bijoya Chakraborty. She represents the Gauhati Constituency in the Indian Parliament. Ms. Chakravarty help a long interaction with the children, touching upon varied subjects like education, health and protection. Founder of UTSAH Mr. Miguel Queah apprised the Member of the Parliament about the status of children living in the Guwahati slums. Ms. Chakravarty expressed her desire to visit UTSAH’s Child Protection Programme in the Hafiznagar No2 Slum area, Bamunimaidam.
     
 
     
     
24th of MArch 2017

Responding to UTSAH’s complaint about procedural deviations by the Dispur Police, the Guwahati Commissioner of Police Shri Hiren Ch Nath issues notices to all Guwahati Police Stations directing them not to deviate from statutory provisions under the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act 2012. The deviations of the police were covered in detail by the Weekly Tabloid GPlus Guwahati.
     
     
     
23rd of march 2017

Responding immediately to UTSAH’s Campaign with Miss India Priyadarshini Chatterjee agsint Dr. Dhrubajyoti Kalita, Assam Chief Minister directs Guwahati Police to take immediate measures. Within a week Guwahati Pokice filed a Chargesheet in the court against Dr. Dhrubajyoti Kalita in the case of Child Sexual Abuse under the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act 2012, Juvenile Justice(Care and Protection of children) Act 2015, Indian Penal Code(IPC), The Bonded Labour System(Abolition Act) 1976 and The Child and Adolescent Labour(P&R) Act 1986.
     
     
     
22nd of march 2017

Despite forewarning the Dispur Police about the disappearance of the perpetrator of Child Secual AbuseDr. Dhrubajyoti Kalita, the Dispur Police failed to arrest him. Due to this, Dr Dhrubajyoti Kalita absconded for a while and returned back to Guwahati with an anticipatory bail. To build pressure on the authorities, UTSAH roped in Miss India 2016 Ms. Priyadarshini Chatterjee. A social media video was made wherein Ms Chatterjee spoke up against Dr. Dhrubajyoti Kalita and the inaction of the police to make an arrest. Chatterjee upped UTSAH's Campaign against the non-arrest of Dr. Dhrubajyoti Kalita which was a prerequite for ensuring justice for the 14 year old adivasi girl child who was repetedly sexually assaulted by him.Chatterjee also sent a memorandum to Assam Governor, Assam Chief Minister and the Chief Justice of the Gauhati High Court. To support her campaign and to arrest Child Abuser Dr.Dhrubajyoti Kalita.
     
     
     
March 2017

On the 10th February 2017, UTSAH was informed about the death of minor at the Observation Home for Boys, Boko. This child was placed at the Observation Home by the Bharalumukh Police through an order from the Juvenile Justice Board(Kamrup-M) on the 7th February 2017. Bharalumukh Police had apprehended the child on a theft case on the 6th of February 2017 along with 2 two other minors. The child had died at the Guwahati Medical College Hospital where he was admitted on 9th of February 2017. The child had complained about ill-health at the Boko Observation Home for boys before he was admitted. Regardless of the Bharalumukh Police not having a direct connection with the death of the minor, it came to light that the 3 children were kept at the Bharalumukh Police Station for an entire night(11 PM to 2: PM the next day), which amounted to violation of the Juvenile Justice(Care and Protection of Children) 2015 and POCSO 2012. Neither Childline, nor the DCPO or the Social Worker contacted for feedback when the child was apprehended.  Sources from the family of the deceased child informed UTSAH that the minors were majorly Ill treated at the Bharalumukh Police Station on the 6th night, to extract confessions. This case was covered by the media in Assam. Seeing the Media reports the Gauhati High Court filed a suo motto PIL asking the Government of Assam (especially the Home Department) to explain the anomalies.
     
     
     
14th of february 2017

Reading Day for Girl Children at Government Schools(Sarba Siksha Abijan). UTSAH organized a reading day for girl children at the Uzan Bazar Girls School and Pub Guwahati Girls School. Comic Strips made by UTSAH with support from Assam State Child Protection Society Assam(SCPS) and UNICEF Assam were distributed among children of the schools. These comic strips cover issues of girl child education, child marriage, child trafficking, girl child malnutrition and child sexual abuse. This comic strip was launched on National Girl Child Day 2017 on 24th of January 2017.
     
 
     
     
13th february 2017

Due to a local holiday on the 10th February 2017, the East Guwahati State Dispensary remained closed on National De-working Day 2017. However, UTSAH organized a de-working drive in the Hafiznagar No2 community where all children till the age of 19 were administered Albendazole tablets. Children at the age of (1-2) were given half a tablet of albendazole (400mg), and above the age of 2 were given 1 full tablet of albendazole (400mg) to chew. The East Guwahati State Dispensary provided the tablets to UTSAH.

     
     
     
10th february 2017

Reading Day for Girl Children at the community. UTSAH organized a reading day for girl children at the Hafiznagar No2 slum community. Comic Strips made by UTSAH with support from Assam State Child Protection Society(SCPS) and UNICEF Assam were distributed among children of the community. These comic strips cover issues of girl child education, child marriage, child trafficking, girl child malnutrition and child sexual abuse. This comic strip was launched on National Girl Child Day 2017 on 24th of January 2017.

The National Deworming Day is observed on February 10 by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare and its main objective is to deworm children between the ages of (1-19) at schools and

     
     
     
8th of February 2017

Assam Director General of Police Mr. Mukesh Sahay endoraws the "Girl Child Empowerment Stories", an educative and informative comic strip for children, made by UTSAH, with support from State Child Protection Society, Government of Assam and UNICEF Assam. This comic strip was launched on National Girl Child Day 2017.
     
     
     
6th-7th of february 2017

UTSAH Founder Miguel Das Queah joins the All India Anti Human Trafficking Network in the National Conference on “Enhancing Collaboration, using technology, and public engagement to end human trafficking across India.” More than 30 organizations from all over India including International Justice Mission, Justice and care, Impulse NGO Network etc participated in the conference. This all India Network took strong resolutions aiming at convergence in all anti-human trafficking work across the country.
     
     
     
1st of february 2017

UTSAH Founder Miguel Das Queah partakes in a Panel with former Chief Election Commissioner of India Dr. SY Quraishi, Senior Journalist Pamela Phillipose, Deputy Rep UNICEF India Henriette Ahrens and Chief of C4D UNICEF India Mario Mosquera, at a UNICEF Event on Social and Behaviour Change Communication(SBCC) in the Child Rights sector in India in New Delhi. Miguel Das Queah presents the child protection concerns of Northeast Indian children and the importance of contextual cultural details in Social and Behaviour Change Communication initiatives.
     
     
     
1st of february 2017

Saraswati(Goddess of Knowledge) Prayer held at the UTSAH-Concept non formal education program( a part of the UTSAH Child Protection Center) at the Hafiznagar No2 community. Saraswati Puja is organized all over Assam to invoke the Hindu Goddess of Knowledge Saraswati who is believed to be the prime mistress and benefactor of knowledge, wisdom and music. This puja is organized every year during the month of January and holds symbolic relevance rather than a religious observation, as knowledge is considered crucial to the development and welfare of children. 120 children living in the slum area of Hafiznagar No2, alongwith their parents attended the ceremony that started at 12 PM and went on till 1:30 PM.
     
     
     
24th of January 2017

Launch of "Konya Sobolikoronor Golpo"- an educative Assamese Comic Strip for girl children conceptualized by UTSAH, on National Girl Child Day 2017. Supported by the State Child Protection Society, Government of Assam and UNICEF Assam. Launched by Dr.Tushar Rane, Chief of Field, UNICEF Assam, Shri. M, Barman, In-charge, ICPS, Social Welfare Department, Assam and Dr. Akashitora Saikia, TV personality. The comic strip (book) comprising five chapters on issues affecting the girl child including education, child marriage, child trafficking, malnutrition and child abuse, is aimed at raising the level of awareness among the children. Aimed at making children, especially the girl child, aware of the problem confronting them in their day-to-day life, the comic strip will be distributed to children in schools. UTSAH Founder Miguel Das Queah while speaking at the release function, said that the comic strip has been prepared and released to make the children familiarise themselves with the issues through visual communication. “We should not remain under the impression that gender discrimination is non-prevalent in Assam. Children are the most disempowered lot and to make their issues heard, we must work in a cohesive manner,” Miguel opined. “Children must know what to accept and what not to. Hope, our initiative will help them in raising their voice wherever and whenever necessary,” he said. Speaking on the occasion, Dr Tushar Rane, Chief of field office, UNICEF, explained the need for a safe living environment for children, especially the girl child. Rane stressed the need for raising the awareness level of people across the spectrum vis-a-vis child rights.
     
 
     
     
7th of January 2017

UTSAH organized a panel discussion on corporal punishment at the Metropolis Urban Youth Festival. This discussion set the tone for advocacy around the Assam Corporal Punishment in Education Institutions(Prohibition) Bill 2010. The panelist for the discussion: Ms. Runumi Gogoi(Hon'ble Chairperson, Assam State Commission for the Protection of Child Rights), Mr. Paresh Shah(Sr. Technical Consultant, National Commission for the Protection of Child Rights), Mr. Abdesh Kumar(Consultant, National Commission for the Protection of Child Rights), Dr. Sangeeta Goswami(Psychologist, Mind India), Dr. Navanil Barua( Sr.Neurosurgeon, GNRC), Mr. Prafulla Barman(Vice Principal, Cotton Collegiate), Dr. Asha Kuthari(Professor, Gauhati University), Tinat Atifa Masood(Social Activist), Ms. Anubha Goyal(Principal, Royal Global School), Ms. Debasmita Ghosh(Co-ordinator, Human Rights Law Network, Assam), Mr. Nirmal Deka(Co-ordinator, Childline Guwahati). The session was moderated by Ms. Maini Mahanta, noted writer and TV personality. There were counsellors of Sanskriti-The Gurukul, Delhi Public School Guwahati, Army School Narangi and Royal Global School. The entire panel conceeded that Corporal Punishment and Psychological aggression should be completely eliminated and the Assam Bill should be enacted.
     
 
     
     
6th of January 2017

In an attempt to generate public opinion against corporal punishment in schools, UTSAH Interns Rajdwip Vardhan(Assam NLUJA), Sanjivan Chakravarty(Assam NLUJA), Dikhita Bora(Assam NLUJA) and Antareep Saikia(NEHU), under guidance of UTSAH Founder Miguel Das Queah, created a short movie for social media circulation. You can view the video at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=npfdroeqK-4
     
     
     
5th of January 2017

Following UTSAH's official complaint (dt 26 December 2016), about the recurrent withholding of results, corporal punishment and forceful collection of capitation fee by the Bamunimaidam Sarkari Nimna Buniyadi Bidyalaya Chandmari, the Hon'ble Chairperson of the Assam State Commission for the Protection of Child Rights(ASCPCR) Smt.Runumi Gogoi visited the school this morning and issued strict warning to the Principal and the staff. Smt.Gogoi told the management "Do not forget the law. Should you be reminded, time and again, about the Right to Education Act?" After the Chairperson’s visit, the results have been released and the school has assured of no further violation of the rights of children..
     
     
     
 
    
         
 
   
   
       
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