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Anundoram Borooah Award Scheme Online Registration 2018

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Anundoram Borooah Award Scheme Online Registration 2018: The central ceremonial distribution function for conferring the Anundoram Borooah Award 2018 shall be held on “8th February 2019 at 12:00 Noon at Sarusajai Sports Complex, Guwahati”.

The students securing star marks and above in the High School Leaving Certificate Examination/ High Madrassa Examination/F.M. Examination and Sanskrit Pali and Pravesika Examination, Assam during the year 2018 are eligible for the Award.

Interested and qualified candidates may submit their name on the official portal (Anundoram Borooah Award Scheme) to future received their Award, below “Job news Assam” provide the online registration link also registration guide.

Online Registration Anundoram Borooah Award Scheme (ABAS) 2018

Online Registration: CLICK HERE

Registration Guidelines for Anundoram Borooah Award Scheme (ABAS) 2018:

During online registration for filling up, the datasheet students need to submit their primary information like

  • Name
  • Mobile Number
  • Father/Guardian’s Name etc.

Further, they have to upload the Pass Certificate duly attested and countersigned by the Head of the Institution from which the applicant passed out in PDF file format and a self-attested passport size photograph of the applicant in JPG file format.

On successful completion of the above steps, the applicant will get an acknowledgment against his/her registration.

Helpline for Anundoram Borooah Award Scheme (ABAS) 2018 Qualifiers:

  • Phone: 0361-2724222 (Only on Working Days, Between 10:00 AM to 05:00 PM)
  • Email: helpdesk@amtron.in

Awardee List – Anundoram Borooah Award Scheme (ABAS) 2018:

Know about L. Mr. Anundoram Borooah (Award Scheme)

Anundoram Borooah, born at Rajaduar, North Guwahati on 21st of May 1850, was not only a scholar extraordinary but also the first Assamese and fifth Indian to join the Indian Civil Service. He was also the first Indian Civilian to be appointed a District Magistrate.

Anundoram had his school education from the Guwahati Government Seminary (now known as the Cotton Collegiate School), passed the Entrance Examination of Calcutta University in 1864 and joined the Presidency College.

Mr. Borooah graduated in 1869 and topped in the examination held by the College to select candidates for studies in England. He arrived in England in the spring of 1869.

L. Mr. Anundoram Borooah was selected for the Indian Civil Service in 1872. He served in many capacities in Assam and the undivided Bengal.

Sundaram published some important and rare Sanskrit classics such as Mahavircharita, Saraswatikanthabharna, and Namalinganusasana, along with his own commentaries, noted among them being Janakiramabhashya.

Know about L. Mr. Anundoram Borooah (Award Scheme)

Mr. A. Borooah other works include Bhavabhuti and His Place in Sanskrit Literature and Ancient Geography of India.

Mr. Anundoram Borooah started the compilation of English Sanskrit Dictionary during 1873-74 and completed the same in 1877, also known as Assamese Amarsingha, for having mastered Amarkosa at an early age of fourteen, planned his magnum opus in twelve volumes on Sanskrit Grammar, an enterprise more arduous and prodigious than undertakings of any other scholar of his time.

Anundoram breathed his last on the 19th of January, 1889. During a short span of a decade and half of his administrative and literary career, Anundoram, amidst engrossing duties of his office, devoted himself to literary creations of formidable volume, reflective of his innate prolific erudition.

His life was an embodiment of dedication and hard work. He was, undoubtedly, one of the finest civil servants and a great scholar that Assam has ever produced.

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