By Salona Mittal and Priyesh Srivastava At the cost of repetition, it must be acknowledged that the spread of COVID-19 has savaged the world and has practically brought it to a stand-still. This unprecedented global pandemic has challenged not only the society at large, but also the organs of the State. In a recent note […]
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Jamshedpur, Sept 19: Bhagyashri Panda, daughter of the chief time keeper with UCIL’s Jadugoda Uranium Project is among the 13 girls selected to pursue the one year MBA course at University of Malaysia. She has been provided a scholarship to pursue her studies in Malaysia. Bhagyashree resigned her job with a Bengaluru company and has left for Malaysia. Her beaming parents expressed that this was a perfect example of the slogan, ‘Save the girl child, educate the girl child.’ The Panda couple’s elder daughter Jayashree Panda is a doctor at TMC Hospital in Kolkata.