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Pramod Boro Biography | Birth, Age, Education, Family, Social Activist & Political Journey

Last updated on January 24th, 2024 at 04:28 pm

Pramod Boro Biography: Pramod Boro is the current Chief Executive Member (CEM) of the Bodoland Territorial Region (BTR). He represents Goibari Constituency under the Baksa district and has served United People’s Party Liberal (UPPL) since 2020 as president. He was the former President of ABSU from 2009 to 2020.

If you are interested in CEM Pramod Boro Life Story, read this article till the end.

Pramod Boro Biography | CEM of BTR

Full NamePramod Boro
CEM Pramod Boro
Profession Social Activist, Politician
Political PartyUnited People’s Party Liberal (UPPL)

1. During BTC 2020 Election, Pramod Boro won MCLA seats from both the Koklabari and Goibari constituencies
2. Later Pramod Boro resigned MCLA from the Koklabari constituency, keeping the Goibari constituency.
3. On June 2022, the by-poll election was conducted on the Koklabari seat where UPPL party member Mantu Boro won
Famous For1. Longest serving President of ABSU (2009 – 2020)
2. CEM of BTR (Dec 2020 – Present)

Personal Life

Date of Birth1 March 1975
Age49 Years
Place of BirthTamulpur, Baksa BTR, Assam
HometownBaksa, BTR, Assam
SchoolTamulpur HS School (HSLC)
CollegeRangia College
Educational QualificationGraduation
Marital StatusMarried
Pramod Boro WifeParul Bharali Boro
Pramod Boro and his wife
Pramod Boro ChildrenDaughter
Pramod Boro Daughter

Pramod Boro Son
Pramod Boro ParentsGhanashyam Boro (Father)

All Bodo Student Union | ABSU

Students UnionAll Bodo Students Union (ABSU) 2009-2020
Absu logo
Pramod Boro ABSU Journey1. Elected as the President of ABSU in Kamrup District Committee in the year 1997
2. Pramod Boro was elected as the President of the All Bodo Students Union in 2009.
3. Pramod Boro is the longest-serving President of ABSU from 2009 to 2020.

United People’s Party Liberal | UPPL

Political PartyUnited People’s Party Liberal (UPPL) 2020-Present
Political Journey1. Join the UPPL Party in 2020
2. Elected as the president of the UPPL in 2020
BTC Election 20201. Pramod Boro was nominated for the MCLA Election from two the Goibari and Koklabari Constituency.
2. He won from the both Koklabari and Goibari Constituency.
3. Later with an alliance from BJP and GSP party UPPL party came to power.
BTR Government1. Elected as the Chief Executive Member of the BTC in 2020
CEM PortfolioPWD, Finance, Education, Renewable Energy Department,
and All Other Departments are not Allocated to any other EMs.

Quick Facts

Elected as the Chief Executive Member (CEM) of the BTC2020-Present
Elected as the president of The United People’s Party Liberal (UPPL)2020-Present
Join UPPL Party2020
Elected as the president of All Bodo Students’ Union (ABSU)2009-2020

Pramod Boro Biography: Early Life, Education, Family & Political Career

Pramod Boro Early Life: Pramod Boro was born on 1 March 1975 in a struggling agricultural family at Tamulpur in the Baksa district of the BTR Region in Assam. During his childhood, he faced many problems due to poor financial conditions. He is the son of Ghanashyam Boro, who was a farmer.

Pramod Boro Education Qualification: Pramaod Boro is a Graduate. He has faced many problems during school due to poor financial conditions. He started his lower primary education at his village school. Later he went to Tamulpur Higher Secondary School for his upper primary and matriculation exam.

Then, he went to Guwahati College for a degree course, but due to economic constraints, he left the college to earn money for a living. As per the sources from Wikipedia, Pramod Boro used to work as a daily wager and rickshaw puller. He even went to coal mining in Meghalaya with his friends.

After a few months, he returned home to pursue his studies at Rangia College and completed his degree in 1994.

Pramod Boro Qualification has been shared below:

Tamulpur HS School, TamulpurMatriculation
Rangia College, RangiaGraduation

Pramod Boro Family

Pramod Boro Married Parul Bharali Boro. The couple has a daughter and a son.

Pramod Boro Family Photo
Pramod Boro with his family

Pramod Boro Student Leader

Bodoland Movement and Pramod Boro: Pramod Boro was an active leader with the Bodo Student’s Union and their activities in different social-political movements in Assam since his school days. In his school days the ‘Bodoland Movement’ started for the separation of Bodoland as a state under the leadership of then President of ABSU, Late Bodofa Upendra Nath Brahma in 1987. As an active leader of student union, in the field of social movements, Pramod Boro joined the movement along with his fellow students.

His involvement with the Bodoland Movement didn’t end there, in the later days he was elected as the President of ABSU in Kamrup District Committee in 1997. He was given greater responsibility as a Central Committee member of the All Bodo Students Union.

He tirelessly worked as the Assistant General Secretary and as the Vice President of the ABSU before he was elevated to the position of President of the All Bodo Students Union (ABSU).

Under the Presidency of Rwn Gwra Narzary at the central ABSU, they started a ‘Year of Education’ program in 2006, later it renamed as ‘Mission Quality Education’ from 2007. comprehensively with an action plan to improve the standard, accessibility, and quality of education among the Bodo students in the state

Pramod Boro ABSU President: In 2009, Pramod Boro was elected as the President of the All Bodo Students Union. After that, he dedicated himself to serving society.

Pramod Boro: Political Journey

Political Timeline of Pramod Boro: United People’s Party Liberation (UPPL) was formed on 5 August 2015, by Urkhao Gwra Brahma as the Founder President of the Party under the banner of Bodoland Movement groups at that time. CEM Pramod Boro joined the UPPL Party at the 4th Annual Convention held at Bijni in February 2020. After Joining the UPPL Part he stepped down as the President of All Bodo Students Union (ABSU).

In BTC Election 2020, Pramod Boro won MCLA seats from both the Koklabar and Goibari Constituency. Later, he resigned from the Koklabari constituency seat and represented the Goibari constituency. In his presidentship, UPPL Party has come to power in the BTC election with an alliance from Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Gana Suraksha Party (GSP) and he became Chief Executive Member (CEM) of BTC on 15 December 2020. He is currently serving as CEM of the Bodoland Territorial Region (BTR).

Third Bodo Peace Accord 2020 | Pramod Boro Signatory

3rd Bodo Peace Accord 2020: The Tripartite Bodo Accord also known as the 3rd Bodo Peace Accord was signed on 27 January 2020, between the Central Government, the Assam Government and Bodo representatives, with all four factions of the National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB), United Bodo People’s Organization (UBPO) and All Bodo Students Union (ABSU).

At the time of the Third Bodo Peace Accord, Pramod Boro was the president of Central ABSU and As a president, he was a signatory of the third Bodo Accord 2023.

This was a historic moment for the whole Bodo community and its leadership coming into a Memorandum of Settlement with the Government of India and Assam. This MoS was welcomed on 7 February 2020 at Kokrajhar, the Hon’ble Prime Minister Narendra Modi took part and expressed his willingness to implement fully this historic third Bodo Accord and he asserted it to be the Peace Accord. In this gathering, PM Modi stated the MoS as the National Commitment to the people of the Bodoland Territorial Region.

Pramod Boro – BTR Development

Pramod Boro and his Government have been setting up several developmental initiatives, with a vision of a Peaceful, Green and Smart Bodoland for the betterment of the region. He has been working in various sectors for the development of the region.

Education Sector:

In the education sector, BTR CEM Pramod Boro has done many development works, which include- Launched Bodofa Super 50 Mission for a free residential Coaching centre for the candidates of BTR Region in medical, engineering and civil services examination Departments.


  1. Bodofa Super 50 Medical
  2. Bodofa Super 50 Engineering
  3. Bodofa Super 50 UPSC
  4. Bodofa Super 50 APSC

Apart from Bodofa Super 50 Mission UPPL led BTR Government has launched various free courses for the candidates of BTR Region.

Sports Sector:

Durand Cup 2023: The Premier International Football Tournament 132nd Durand Cup 2023 Schedule date will commence from August 3 onwards to September 3, 2023. In Kokrajhar SAI Stadium total of 9 matches will be played.

Santosh Trophy 2023: The Premier National Football Championship Santosh Trophy 2022-23 was hosted by Bodoland Territorial Region for the first time. Kokrajhar hosted 3 matches from 28 December 2022 to 5 January 2023.

Inter Sixth Schedule Premier Football League (ISPL) 2022: The ISPL-2022 has been organised by Bodoland Territorial Region (BTR) government for building better networking, and mutual understanding and to provide a platform to the youths in the field of sports across the northeastern region of India.

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BTC Secretariat Kokrajhar Office Address

Bodofa Nwgwr, Bodoland Territorial Council BTC Secretariat,
Kokrajhar, Bodoland Territorial Region (BTR), Assam
PIN Code: 783370

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Email ID: [email protected]

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1. Who is Pramod Boro?

Pramod Boro is the current Chief of the Bodoland Territorial Region (BTR) of Assam. He is the second Chief after Hagrama Mohilary. Pramod Boro is the longest-serving President of ABSU from 2009 to 2020.

2. Who is the Current CEM of Bodoland?

The current Chief Executive member of the BTR region is Pramod Boro.

4. Who is the longest-serving President of ABSU?

Pramod Boro is the longest-serving President of ABSU from 2009 to 2020.

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