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Shyamolima Saikia works as an Assistant Professor in English in the Centre for Juridical Studies, Dibrugarh University. She is also working as an Academic Counsellor in the Directorate of Distance Education,Dibrugarh University. She has presented papers in various national and international seminars.
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