Reg. No. S/IL39410 of 2006-2007 Under The West Bengal Society Registration Act XXVI of 1961

Saturday, 22 October 2016

Freshers programme 2016



The Kolkata Chakma Students Association(KCSA) on 16th October, 2016 celebrated its freshers' meet program at Rabindra Tirtha Auditorium, Newtown, Kolkata. Around 200-250 people from Kolkata attended in Freshers' meet.
The attendees includes guests, employees, members and well-wishers. Dangu Nihar Kanti Chakma, Member of Legislative Assembly, Government of Mizoram and Dangu Gautam Prasad Talukdar, Retired Senior Joint Commissioner, West Bengal Sales Tax, Kolkata were the main guests.
Dangu Gyana Talukdar, Advisor of KCSA could not attend the event due to his health condition.
Dangu Sasmit Chakma, General Secretary of Kolkata Chakma Students Association gave a welcome speech and Dangu MAcmilan Chakma, President of Kolkata Chakma Students Association spoke about the current and upcoming activities of the NGO.
Dangu Gautam Prasad Talukdar spoken about focusing on studies and building career to strengthen our Chakma Society. Dangu Nihar Kanti Chakma spoke about the need of Unity and Integrity of Students community in Kolkata advised to students to focus on career.
The cultural evening saw a number of popular and entertaining cultural performances from the students, including traditional songs and dances reminiscing about the traditional Chakma way of life.
Guest band Second Sight, a band from Kolkata and Dance Crew Caper Maniac Crew made the event more joyful and colourful.
Etimuni Chakma, Cultural Secretary and Bhabatosh Chakma sports secretary intended to make the event multi cultural which as a result; the students performed not only in traditional numbers but also in Hindi and English numbers. A heart touching poem about a girl losing her father was written and recited by Dr. Nipam Chakma.
KCSA was founded in 2006 with members from different states of the country like Arunachal Pradesh, Tripura, Mizoram, West Bengal and also from Bangladesh.
KCSA is platform for addressing some of the common challenges faced by the students studying in Kolkata who often find difficult to choose subjects and colleges as well as financial crises and many other challenges usually faced by people from the northeastern states and also to help and guide patients coming from different regions.
KCSA seeks to empower every student, and has conducted numerous volunteer works.





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