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Assam: Devashish Sharma appointed as Chairman of Cancer Care India

On Monday, Education Minister Ranoj Pegu congratulated Devashish Sharma for securing the position of Chairman at Cancer Care India.

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On Monday, Education Minister Ranoj Pegu congratulated Devashish Sharma for securing the position of Chairman at Cancer Care India.

Reports indicate that Devashish Sharma, a notable member of the Indian Administrative Service, has received recognition for his unwavering commitment to the field of healthcare.

Hailing from Jorhat, Debashish Sharma, a graduate of Ramjas College in Delhi University, is the founder of the Deepsikha Cancer Foundation—an innovative organization leading the way in cancer care in Assam.

Through the social media platform X, Ranoj Pegu extended congratulations to Shri Devashish Sharma (IAS) for his appointment as the President of Cancer Care India.

He conveyed his best wishes for a successful term and expressed hope that Sharma would persist in serving and empowering cancer patients.

Leading the ‘Deepshikha Foundation’ initiative is a pivotal achievement in his career, providing essential support to disadvantaged cancer patients throughout India, including those in Assam.

Sharma’s significant efforts have played a key role in detecting, treating, and raising awareness about cancer, leaving a meaningful impact on numerous lives.

With optimism, people expect Sharma to positively impact the healthcare sector, and, specifically, residents of Morigaon District and Assam anticipate the strengthening of the battle against cancer.

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