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Seminar on “Separation of Judiciary” at Leading University, Sylhet

Leading University, first private university in Sylhet organized a seminar on “Separation of Judiciary” on 30 January at its auditorium. In the seminar the key-note paper on “Separation of Judiciary” was presented by renowned columnist and media personality Dr. Asif Nazrul, Professor of Law, University of Dhaka, and Program Adviser of the Faculty of Law, Leading University. The seminar was presided over by the honorable Vice-Chancellor of the university Professor Dr. ABM Shahidul Islam. In his speech Dr. Asif Nazrul touched upon the fundamental issues of the Separation of Judiciary such as Definition of Judiciary, Judicial Independence in the Constitution, Steps for the Separation of Judiciary, Basic Principles of the Independence of Judiciary, etc.

Placing emphasis on the importance of the Rule of Law Dr. Nazrul said that the rule of Law would be ensured if the judicial branch of the government acted as its own body freed from the intervention and influences of the other branches of the government. Drawing analogy of the historical Beijing Statement of Independence of the Judiciary that reflected the view of thirty-two Asian and Pacific Chief Justices he said that the judiciary must be uninhibited by outside influences which might jeopardize its neutrality of jurisdiction. The influence might come from the organs of the government, from the media and from the superior officers.

-Rukan Uddin, Leading University

Orientation ceremony at Northern University

The orientation ceremony of the newly enrolled students of the department of Computer Science & Engineering and Electronics & Communication Engineering of Northern University (Northern University) was held recently. The programme was held at the NUB auditorium. Chief guest of the event was Abu Bakar Siddique, treasurer, NUB.

He welcomed the students and congratulated them to choose NUB. He hoped for the very best of the freshers. The event was presided over by Prof. Dr. M. Nurul Islam, Dean ,Faculty of Science.

Freshers' reception at Nasirabad College, Mymensingh

A cultural function was held at the campus of local Nasirabad College, an old college in the district town marking the freshers reception programme recently. Deputy Commissioner of Mymensingh, also President of College Governing body Md. Shamsul Alam addressed the function as chief guest while Police Superintendent of Mymensingh Md. Awrangajeb Mahbub was the special guest. Principal of the college Md. Saiful Islam presided over the function.

College Governing Body Member Mosharraf Karim Chowdhury, Professors of the college Jibon Chandra Saha and Manik Lal Saha and some students also addressed the function. College students and artistes of Bahurupi Natya Sangstha performed in the cultural programme.

Professor Ahmed Shafiq and Professor ATM Shafiqul Islam conducted the whole programme.

-Aminul Islam

Freshers' reception at Eastern University

Fresher`s recption of Eastern university was held on 3rd February 2007 at Eastern university campus.VC,Dean of busines school along with the course cordinator of EU were present as cheif guest. Programme started with the recitation of holy Quaran. Then there was a speech from the course cordinator, followed by the Vc. Then there was a short break of about 20 minutes and refreshments were served. It was the time for the students to take the stage. Students of 9th, 10th and 11th batch rocked the evening with some well performed songs. The drama that the senior students did was lengthy but had a lot of fun. But the most awaited performance came from Mr. Minhaz Faculty member of business administration. He presented popular hindi numbers `Tere bin` and `Aadat`. This was undoubtedly the best performance of the evening followed by Saiki`s song.
The show ended with a bang as Minhaz sir took the centre stage again on student`s request.

-Aftab Ahmed Khan


Cake festival at RU campus

Abu Kalam

Charukala Samity (Fine Arts Association) of Rajshahi University organised a daylong 'Cake Festival' at the Fine Arts department premises last week.

Department chairman Amirul Momenin inaugurated the festival in the morning in the presence of others teachers of the department.

More than 25 varieties of cakes like Kushli, Pakawan, Chitai, Pushni, Vapa, Patishapta, Golapi and Rajmahaj were on display in the festival. Teachers and students of different departments rushed to the festival to taste cakes.

Anannay, a final year student of the department said, "We organised the festival aiming to uphold traditional Bangali cakes."

In a brief meeting at Fine Arts department, the speakers urged students to avoid fast foods and snacks that are injurious to health and go for the traditional cakes that are nutritious and tasty.

The Fine Arts Association also organised a festival different Bangali traditional.

(The Daily Star RU correspondent)


Valediction'06 in BAD

Recently Valediction'06 of the 13th batch of Business Administration Discipline, Khulna University was held on the campus amidst nostalgic recollection.

It was the most significant day for the students who were passing out. The theme of this year's valediction was ' We were together and our souls will be together'. The day started with a formal discussion with Prof. Feroz Ahmed as the Chief Guest and Mr. Md. Nur Alam as the Chairman. Mr. A. T. M. Jahiruddin, Associate Professor, talked about career guidelines for the students. In the second session of the day, the existing students presented the passing out students something different. All those oddities faced and shared by the 13th batch students in their university life were recalled and this session turned out to be a never-ending source of fun.

The final session of the day was a wonderful unplugged concert performed by the students. The love we hold in our hearts for the 13th batch students will never diminish, and the memories we crafted together will never subside.

Mehdad Mamur Mannan and Tareq Islam Shuvo


Certificate Awarding Ceremony at DIU

Mainul Hassan

Daffodil International University (DIU) organized 'Intra University Business Plan Competition 2006' recently. Students of the Faculty of Business and Economics, DIU participated in the competition. Fifteen teams submitted their business plans with unique ideas and presented them in front of the panel judges. Based on the information, writing skills, practical implications, three teams were recognized as the Champion, first Runner up and second Runner up among the 15 teams.

The certificate awarding ceremony was held on Saturday at the LGED auditorium Mir Nasir Hossain, President, FBCCI was present as the Chief Guest.


Distribution of warm clothes by Stamford Debate Forum (SDF)

Stamford debate forum distributed some two thousand blankets among the poor in Rangpur and Fotikbari on 29 and 30th January. Tahsina Yasmin, chief coordinator, SDF, Mahbubur Rahman, coordinator, SDF and other members of SDF were present on the occasion.


Book Launch
Five Faces of Eve

Shayera Moula

In the crispy cool evening of 28th January, Words & Pages paid homage to the launching ceremony of Five Faces of Eve, a titillating collection of poems by Ms. Rumana Siddique. The publisher was none other than the popular publishing house Writers Ink. Ms. Rumana Siddique who has been abroad for 18 years and is currently a teacher at East West University portrayed the theme of womanhood in her collection mixing humor with her tears and comic with tragedy to formulate the true reflection of life.

Dr. Niauzzaman, the host of the program announced the energy of the book as it embodies so many colors from page to page. Both Professor Razia Khan Amin and Dr. Nusrat Amin spoke of the maturity and classical intertextuality within the poetry. While the former looked into the first poem of the book called “Alice in Neverland” a world too big or too small but never right the latter elaborated on the stalk reality and the nakedness of it that is reflected so intensely from the young poet. Throughout the book launching ceremony many passionate poetry readers students and teachers were present to recite their favorite poems from the collection. Ms. Afrin, a lecturer from IBA and several students from East West University took part reading a range of poems from the “girl section”. With each poem, it became evident that the new comer rejoiced the arena of womanhood and the democratizing of the feminist movement in her poems. “However, the manner in which this is done is subtle and so it offends no one,” claims Dr. Nusrat Amin.

The occasion ended with Rumana Siddique's speech. She thanked all her inspirers, her teachers, her guests and most of all her family. She also appreciated the critique by Prof Razia Khan Amin of some of her poems having an anti-climatic finishing and she was thankful for both Words n' Pages and Writers.ink's collaboration in this event.

Dr. Niauzzaman announced quite truthfully that the publications were actually done in a rush and so there might be a few mistakes in the collections still unchecked.


Freshers' Reception at RU

Abu Kalam

Accounting and Information System department of Rajshahi University yesterday organised a 'Freshers' Reception and Cultural Programme' at departmental gallery amid festivity and much enthusiasm.

Department chairman Professor Priobrata Pal attended as chief guest and welcomed newly admitted students at the department.

Department teachers Professor Modon Mohon Dey, Prof Mokarram Hossain and Professor Habibur Rahman Akand also spoke in the function. After the discussion, outgoing students of the department also hailed the freshers by offering them flower sticks. A cultural programme was also held where department students performed.


Feedback
Story on Badhan

It is nice to see the cover story on Badhan .

It makes me nostalgic and takes back to the campus and lots of memories with the defiant members of Badhan. We were the member of Badhan in FH Hall and tried our best to keep up the mission. The thing was that, there were no voluntary organisation in the campus and some of the science gradute students from Biochemistry started the venture. We were very unlucky not to take part in the social activities in our student life as there was no option. Bandhan is the alternative option in this regard.

It's a great work to seek blood to its member along with a patient's relative the beginning we face a lot of problem to run the organisation but now its expansion is overwhelming. I remind the pioneer Ripon bhai, Shamma, Rakib bhai, Nayan, Monir, Ishtiak and their devotion for the organisation. It will work relentlessly for the mankind.

-Rifat


Feedback
Badhan Story

Today a report has published in your magazine about Blood Donation & BADHAN. That's a nice report. But Badhan is a ''voluntary blood donor's organization'', not ''voluntary blood donation organization" as mentioned in the title of the report. So please give a correction notice in your next issue about that.

Thanks to your team from BADHAN family for this type of reporting. It will help us to expand our activities in future.

 

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