The students of Assam Kaziranga University participated in a one-day workshop on Digital District Repository on 11th February at Jorhat organized by Centre for Cultural resources and Training, Ministry of Culture, Govt of India in collaboration with Swargadeo Chaolung Siu-Ka- Pha Samanney Kshetra (A wing of Cultural Affairs, Govt. of Assam). The workshop started with a welcome address Ms Jina Rajkumari, Publicity officer, Swargadeo Chaolung Siu-Ka- Pha Samanney Kshetra society, Jorhat. The resource person of the workshop was Shri Dibakar Das, Dy. Director, Scholarship and Fellowship Division, Centre for Cultural Resources and Training, Ministry of Culture, Govt. of India. In this deliberation, Shri Das provided a detailed insight about the Digital District Repository project which is undertaken by the Government of India in line with Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav celebration. He highlighted the four heads namely – People and Personalities, Events and Happenings, Living Traditions and Art forms and Hidden Treasures –Built and Natural Heritage under which stories of unsung heroes of Indian freedom struggle need to be documented, and also briefed the participants about the major objectives of undertaking this projects. In his motivating speech, Shri Das encouraged the participants who were primarily academicians, journalists, researchers and students of various intuitions located in and around Jorhat to consider this project as a national duty and submit quality stories of our unsung heroes to the DDR project. Dr Saurabhi Sarmah Associate professor, KUSSS, Ms Banadana Thakur, Assistant Professor, KUSOB along with Ms Mrinmoyee Sarmah, Ms. Sushmita Kakati and Ms Madhusmita Gogoi of MSW IV semester, and Mr Bidyut Phukan, and Ms Debjani Thengal of BBA VI semester participated in the workshop.