Governor expresses concern over bad performance of Tripura University

AGARTALA:

Governor Tathagata Roy on Wednesday has come down sharp on the authority of Tripura University which often dominated the headline story approaching bad to the media. Governor takes on the brief report of the Vice-Chancellor Anjan Kumar Ghosh and said that the journey of the university has not been altogether smooth as was supposed to be to enhance learning.

The governor was addressing 11th convocation programme at the university which was graced by the Vice-President of India Venkaiah Naidu.

He said, "The journey of the university, I am afraid has not been altogether smooth as was supposed to be to enhance learning."

However, later expressing concern over the recognition of Tripura's Kok-Borok language the Governor Tathagata Roy felt, "The Kok-Borok language which is the native language of the Borok people of the Indian state of Tripura has not found its due place in this state here." He later praised the university authority of taking an initiative on advancing the course of Kok-Borok.

Besides, the Vice president of India Venkaiah Naidu while speaking the 11th convocation programme of Tripura Central University on Wednesday said that the government of India has taken up all obstacles related to infrastructure, roads and other connectivity in the North-eastern region. He said that there is a distinct opportunity for greater economic integration of the Northeast region with the country's eastern neighbourhood.

The state education minister Ratan Lal Nath and others remained present in the programme. As Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb is in a party campaign at Kerala, he could not attend the programme today.