DAYA hold exam to select meritorious students of poor family

November 11, 2017 admin 0

Durgapur Adda Young Association (DAYA) organised a written exam for students of Class IV to identify meritorious students of economically weaker families for an initiative under which the Durgapur-based social welfare organisation plans to take their full responsibilities including food, shelter, education and all other related matters.

DAYA celebrates Aranya Saptaha in four Durgapur schools

July 19, 2017 admin 0

Durgapur Adda Young Association organised sapling plantation programme in four Durgapur schools as a part of ‘Aranya Saptaha’ celebration so as to create an awareness in young minds about the need to plant more and more trees so as to save our planet.

Durgapur Adda Young Association celebrate Environment Day

June 6, 2017 admin 0

Durgapur Adda Young Association, the social welfare wing of Durgapur news portal celebrated “World Environment Day” yesterday in an effort to make the people of Durgapur aware about the menace of using plastic bags and making the students conscious about Environment pollution.

Durgapur Adda Young Association celebrate Women’s Day

March 9, 2017 admin 0

Durgapur’s most prominent social welfare organisation Durgapur Adda Young Association, celebrated “International Women’s Day” yesterday by organizing Free Health Checkup Camp for slum dwelling women and felicitating six Durgapur Women for their contribution to Durgapur and its people.

Rabindra Nazrul jayanti celebration and merit student’s aid

June 5, 2016 admin 0

Durgapur Adda Young Association celebrated Rabindra Nazrul Jaaynti yesterday not only by paying respectful homage to the two great son of the soil but also by providing financial aid to ten meritorious students of Durgapur who hails from financially weaker families.

Durgapur celebrates International Mother Language Day

February 22, 2016 admin 0

The industrial town of Durgapur celebrated International Mother Language Day yesterday with all due respect to remember the martyrs of the ‘Bhasha Andolon’ of 1952 who laid their lives for the recognition of Bengali as one of the two national languages of present-day Bangladesh.

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