Rajendranath Deka-Brief Life Sketch

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Rajendranath Deka-Brief Life Sketch

Rajendranath Deka-Brief Life Sketch

Rajendranath Deka

Rajendranath Deka-Brief Life Sketch

Rajendranath Deka is a researcher and writer. He was born in 1977 in the village of Kamarupa. His father’s name was Padmaram and his mother’s name was Sumitra. He received his schooling in Dao Gaon and Puthimari and received his college education at Rangiya College. Later, he took M Sc degree from Guwahati University in Electronics and Communication Technology and M Tech in Electronics and Communication Engineering. Rajendranath Deka has been appointed as the Senior Executive Director, Department of Science and Technology, University of Guwahati and is currently engaged in research work on biofuels. Till now he has published two books as-‘Maukhik Aru Buddhi Pariksha’ and ‘Padartha Bigyanor Dahuta Shrestha Parikhsha’. 0 0 0

 

N.B.  The article ‘SRajendranath Deka-Brief Life Sketch’ originally belongs to the book ‘Introduction to World Writers‘ by Menonim Menonimus.

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