Tabu Ram Taid (Assamese: টাবু ৰাম টাইড, Hindi: टाबु राम टाइड) known as 'Tabu Taid', is an Indian educationist, linguist, author and administrator. He was born in Ghunasuti Ayengia, a small Mising village in present-day Lakhimpur district in Assam, India on the 1st of August 1942. His father was (late) Ubbang Taid. Hailing from the Mising community, a small indigenous tribe of Assam, India, and from an economically challenged and geographically remote village 'Ghunasuti Ayengia', the challenges and obstacles to his formal education were many, but he pursued education single-mindedly nonetheless and eventually earned a Post Graduate degree from Delhi University, which was quite uncommon in his community at that time. Starting his career as a lecturer of English language in Cotton College, Gu

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  • Tabu Ram Taid (Assamese: টাবু ৰাম টাইড, Hindi: टाबु राम टाइड) known as 'Tabu Taid', is an Indian educationist, linguist, author and administrator. He was born in Ghunasuti Ayengia, a small Mising village in present-day Lakhimpur district in Assam, India on the 1st of August 1942. His father was (late) Ubbang Taid. Hailing from the Mising community, a small indigenous tribe of Assam, India, and from an economically challenged and geographically remote village 'Ghunasuti Ayengia', the challenges and obstacles to his formal education were many, but he pursued education single-mindedly nonetheless and eventually earned a Post Graduate degree from Delhi University, which was quite uncommon in his community at that time. Starting his career as a lecturer of English language in Cotton College, Guwahati, he further proceeded to obtain a Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Linguistics from the University of Reading, UK, and also successfully completed a course in Distance Teaching at University of London Institute of Education, UK. He served in various senior level posts in various educational arms of the Government of Assam. He was the founder President of the Mising Agom Kebang (Linguistic Society of the Mising, also known as Mising Sahitya Sabha), the apex body of the Mising community aiming for the preservation and development of the Mising language. His body of work includes the 'Mising Gompir Kumsung' (a 900-page dictionary of the Mising language with an introduction to Mising grammar), 'EkuNki nibondho', a collection of selected articles written in Assamese, 'Glimpses', a collection of articles written in English, research work on the Mising and Assamese language, editorial work on traditional Mising literary artifacts like folk songs, along with lexicographical works like dictionary, grammar and phonology of the Mising language.His work on his mother tongue, Mising, is his invaluable contribution to the Mising community and also to the Assamese people and culture at large. (en)
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  • Tabu Ram Taid (en)
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  • Tabu Ram Taid (en)
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  • Ghunasuti Ayengiya, Lakhimpur, British India (en)
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  • Tabu Ram Taid (en)
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  • -Mising Gompir Kumsung , published in 2010 (en)
  • -A Dictionary of the Mising Language, published in 1995 (en)
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  • Educationist, Linguist, Editor, Professor, Author, Administrator (en)
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  • Tabu Ram Taid (Assamese: টাবু ৰাম টাইড, Hindi: टाबु राम टाइड) known as 'Tabu Taid', is an Indian educationist, linguist, author and administrator. He was born in Ghunasuti Ayengia, a small Mising village in present-day Lakhimpur district in Assam, India on the 1st of August 1942. His father was (late) Ubbang Taid. Hailing from the Mising community, a small indigenous tribe of Assam, India, and from an economically challenged and geographically remote village 'Ghunasuti Ayengia', the challenges and obstacles to his formal education were many, but he pursued education single-mindedly nonetheless and eventually earned a Post Graduate degree from Delhi University, which was quite uncommon in his community at that time. Starting his career as a lecturer of English language in Cotton College, Gu (en)
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