Islamic University, Feb 23 (UNB) - Tarek Hasan Al-Mahmud, an assistant Professor of Information and Communication Engineering department of Islamic University in Kushtia, has received best research award in China.
iFly Tek, a world renowned information technology based company, announced the name of Tarek for the award, IU Information Publication and Public Relations Office director M Ataul Haque said on Saturday.
University of Science and Technology of China handed over the best prize to the IU teacher in a prize giving ceremony.
A competition comprising with three phases including laboratory, selection and final rounds was held at the university.
Earlier, the directors of laboratories in China sent thousands of research to a jury board. Among them, 20 researchers have been selected for their final presentation.
Meanwhile, IU Vice-chancellor Professor M Harun-Ur-Rashid Askari congratulated Tarek for his achievement.
Islamic University, Feb 23 (UNB) – A fresher’s reception and a farewell ceremony was held at Islamic University (IU) campus in Kushtia on Saturday amid festivity.
IU Electrical and Electronic Engineering department (EEE) organised the ceremony at the conference room of the Applied Science and Technology Faculty around 12:00 am.
EEE department’s founding chairman Professor M Ekin Uddin was present at the programme as the chief guest while Engineering and Technology Faculty dean Professor M Momtazul Islam, Science Faculty dean Professor Mostofa Kamal and Biological Science Faculty dean Professor Anwarul Haque Shopon attended as the special guests with EEE department chairman Professor Monjarul Alam in the chair.
Professor Abdul Momen of the department moderated the programme attended by hundreds of teachers and students of the department.
Later, a cultural function participated by the students of the department was held there.
Brahmanbaria, Feb 23 (UNB) – Six former Bangladesh Chhatra (BCL) League leaders were show-caused on Saturday for torching posters and banners containing pictures of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.
BCL’s Brahmanbaria unit issued the notices and asked them to reply within two days.
Shahadat Hossain, general secretary of BCL’s district unit, said, they issued the notices after receiving a written complaint that those leaders had torn up the posters and banners of PM and Bangabandhu before setting them afire on February 10.
He said the student front would investigate the incident.
On February 18, a case was filed with Speedy Trial Tribunal against nine people, including Nabinagar Upazila Parishad chairman aspirant Habibur Rhaman Stephen, over similar allegations.
Dhaka, Feb 23 (UNB) - The ruling Awami League’s student wing Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL) is likely to announce its panel for the upcoming Dhaka University Central Students’ Union (Ducsu) elections by February 25.
BCL central committee president Rezwanul Haque Chowdhury Shovon came up with these information at DU Madhur Canteen on Saturday while talking to journalists.
“We have prepared a draft list for Chhatra League's own panel. It’s almost done… will be finalized by February 25,” said Shovon.
He also said that the BCL will nominate the persons who are popular among the general students.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will finalise the vice-president and general secretary candidates for the elections, he added.
Sources said that BCL central committee president Shovon, general secretary Golam Rabbani and DU unit general secretary Md Saddam Hussain could be nominated for the posts of vice-president, general secretary and assistant general secretary respectively
The candidate will have to collect nomination papers by February 25 from the respective halls for Ducsu polls which is scheduled be held on March 11.