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Proud Moment! Youth from Assam’s Sibsagar selected to demonstrate skills in 7 countries

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Dipjyoti Das of Sibsagar Commerce College has been chosen for training among 17 directorates that would be conducted in seven nations.

Dipjyoti Das, a National Cadet Corps (NCC) member from Assam, has been selected to demonstrate his talents and abilities in seven nations.

By being chosen for training from 17 directorates, the Cadet has brought Assam immense pride. Dipjyoti is a Sibsagar Commerce College student who is now in Sri Lanka for a talent presentation.

Campus interviews organised at Sibsagar Commerce College

Sibsagar Commerce College

Dipjyoti’s selection as the lone candidate from Northeast India to demonstrate his talents linked with his training in seven nations is a momentous occasion for the state of Assam.

To choose students for training in numerous reputable organisations and companies, a campus interview was organised at Sibsagar Commerce College.

It is also a significant accomplishment for the College because during the campus drive, several additional deserving candidates from various departments of the college were picked for training post the campus interviews.

Several students selected in various fields; institution demonstrates progress

On October 21, ten high achievers from Sibsagar Commerce College’s Department of Hospitality Management were chosen for a training programme at the Efcee Sarovar Portico, a seven-star property.

Furthermore, candidates from the college’s BCA department’s sixth semester have been selected for WIPRO, a reputed corporation. Tuljit Gogoi, Ankita Singh, and Ankita Bhagawati are the students in question.

Animesh Hazarika, Lakshita Hazarika, and Prasanjit Manna are among the students from the same department who have been hired by Tech Mahindra. 

All of these examples demonstrate students’ dedication as well as professors’ concern for their pupils and subjects.

Throughout the lockdown and pandemic, the college has made significant progress by achieving success in a variety of areas.

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