Jashore, Nov 10 (UNB) – The authorities of Jessore University of Science and Technology (JUST) on Saturday suspended three students for two years for violating the university discipline.
The expelled students are Golam Rabbani, a Masters student of Nutrition and Food Technology (NFT), Antar Dey Shuvo, a first year student of Physical Education and Sports Science (PESS) and Isme Azam Shuvo, a second year student of Fisheries and Marine Bio Science Department.
The Regent Board of the university took the decision following recommendations of the discipline committee.
Dhaka, Nov 9 (UNB) – A two-day long basic GIS training arranged by the leading conservation learning hub, Noazesh Knowledge Centre (NKC) of WildTeam, ended at the city’s Cosmos Centre at Malibagh on Friday.
A total of 12 participants who are mostly university students and professionals joined the training session that began on Thursday, said a press release.
The training started with the welcome speech of Sharmin Bulbul, Strategy and Monitoring & Evaluation Officer of WildTeam.
The entire training session was facilitated by Emon Kabir Noyon, Head of Planning, JPZ Consulting (Bangladesh) Ltd. He shared basic understanding of the GIS and provided hands on training on the ArcGIS.
Prof Dr Md Anwarul Islam, General Secretary of WildTeam, made the closing remarks when he appreciated the participants’ enthusiasm for learning GIS and enhancing their skills.
The participants also shared their views about the training and acknowledged NKC’s efforts to spread conservation skills.
They also received certificates after on completion of the training.
Dhaka, Nov 8 (UNB)- The admission test for first year BBA courses of 27 batch under 2018-19 academic session at the Institute of Business Administration (IBA) of Dhaka University will be held on Friday.
The two-hour admission test will be held from 10am at seven centres, including IBA Building on the university campus, said a DU press release on Thursday.
A total of 6293 admission seekers applied for 120 seats at the IBA.
Dhaka, Nov 7 (UNB) - The first-year honours admission tests of seven colleges affiliated with Dhaka University (DU) under academic session 2018- 2019 will begin on Friday with the entry test of science unit.
The examination will be held from 3pm at 12 centres, said a DU press release on Wednesday.
A total of 31,804 admission seekers have applied against 6,500 seats under the science unit.
Meanwhile, the admission tests of arts and social science units will be held on November 10 (Saturday) and entry test of business unit will be held on November 16 (Friday).
The seven DU-affiliated colleges are: Dhaka College, Eden Mohila College, Government Shaheed Suhrawardy College, Kabi Nazrul Government College, Begum Badrunnesa Government Mohila College, Mirpur Government Bangla College and Government Titumir College.
Detailed information of admission tests is available on the university website-www.7college.du.ac.bd.
Dhaka, Nov 7 (UNB)- A four-member delegation of the European Parliament led by Henri Malosse met Prof. Dr. Md Akhtaruzzaman, Vice-Chancellor of Dhaka University (DU) at his resident on Wednesday.
The other members of the EU delegation were Ryszard Czarnecki, Agnicszka Scigaj and Madhu Sharma.
Pro-Vice Chancellor (Academic) of DU Prof. Dr. Nasreen Ahmad, Pro-Vice Chancellor (Administration) Prof. Dr. Muhammad Samad, Treasurer Prof. Dr. Md Kamal Uddin, Dean of Science Faculty Prof. Dr. Md Abdul Aziz, Law Faculty Dean Prof. Dr. Md Rahmat Ullah, Dean of Business Studies Faculty Prof. Shibli Rubayat-Ul-Islam, Dean of Social Science Faculty Prof. Dr. Sadeka Halim, Dean of Biological Sciences Faculty Prof. Dr. M. Imdadul Hoque, Dean of Pharmacy Faculty Prof. Dr. SM Abdur Rahman and Dean of Earth and Environmental Sciences Faculty Prof. Dr. ASM Maksud Kamal were present on this occasion.
During the meeting they discussed various issues including woman empowerment, gender equality, secularism and socio-economic development of the country.