Islamic University, Jul 15 (UNB) – An awareness building workshop on ‘quality of cultures’ was held at Islamic University (IU) in Kushtia on Monday.
Institutional Quality Assurance Cell organised the workshop at its conference room of central library on the campus in the morning.
IU Vice-Chancellor Professor M Harun-Ur-Rashid Askari addressed the workshop as the chief guest while Pro-Vice-Chancellor Professor M Shahinoor Rahman and Professor Kazi Akhtar Hossain of Accounting and Information Systems department attended it as the special guests with IQAC director Professor KM Abdus Sobahan in the chair.
Around one hundred teachers of different departments participated at the workshop.
Chattogram, July 14 (UNB)— The new committee of Bangladesh Chhatra League’s Chittagong University (CU) unit was announced on Saturday night.
Former vice-president Rezaul Haq Rubel and former publication and publicity secretary Iqbal Hossain Tipu were made president and general secretary of the new committee.
The announcement was made through a media statement signed by Chhatra League’s central President Rezwanul Haque Chowdhury Shovon, and General Secretary Golam Rabbani.
The new committee has been asked to form a full committee within a short time.
Chhatra League’s Chattogram University unit committee was suspended after an internal conflict on May 2017. It was abolished on December 7 the same year.
Islamic University, Jul 14 (UNB) – The Islamic University (IU) in Kushtia suspended one of its officials for violating rules and regulations.
The decision was made at an emergency meeting of the university’s disciplinary committee with Vice-Chancellor Professor M Harun-Ur-Rashid Askari in the chair.
Jahangir Alam, an assistant account director of IU Finance and Accounts section, was suspended as he was jailed by a court, IU acting Registrar SM Abdul Latif told UNB.
Islamic University, Jul 14 (UNB) – A new committee for Bangladesh Chhatra League’s Islamic University unit was announced on early Sunday.
Robiul Islam Polash of English department and Rakibul Islam Rakib of finance and banking have been made president and general secretary respectively of the new committee.
A press release, signed by Chhatra League’s central President Rezwanul Haque Chowdhury Shovon and General Secretary Golam Robbani, was issued in this regard around 1am.
The statement said the previous IU unit committee has been abolished. The new committee has been asked to form a full-fledged body within a short time.
Polash, the new chief of Chhatra League’s IU unit, told UNB that they would work for the betterment of the students with everyone’s assistance.
The activities of the IU unit Chhatra League committee had remained suspended since October 28 last year for violating the student front’s rules and regulations.
Dhaka, July 13 (UNB) - The graduation and award giving ceremony of the Aga Khan School, Dhaka for the academic year of 2018-19 was held on Saturday in the city.
Certificates were handed over to 62 graduating students of Grade 12 by Dr Dale Taylor, Principal, and Fahmida Chowdhury, Head of Secondary School.
During this year’s ceremony, the graduating class also included the students from the first cohort of the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IB-DP).
Long-service awards were also handed over to employees serving from five to twenty-five years.
Professor Omar Rahman, Vice Chancellor of the Independent University of Bangladesh (IUB), was present as the chief guest, said a press release.
Addressing the graduates, Professor Rahman deeply appreciated the high quality education offered by the Aga Khan School, Dhaka.
He advised the graduates to build their future by taking the time to explore options and avenues and underscored the need to be highly adaptable to the continuously fast changing world that they will be facing ahead in their career.
He emphasised that Bangladesh is developing fast and there are huge opportunities for the graduates to contribute to the continuing development of the country.
Principal Dr Dale Taylor emphasised the school’s vision to enable students to balance life with the quest for knowledge and essential wisdom.
She also underscored the need to develop effective networks in the course of their further education and career, starting with developing a support system with their fellow alumni, teachers and the school community.