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ULAB Social Welfare Club distributes Iftar among the underprivileged

ULAB Social Welfare Club distributed Iftar among the underprivileged on August 17, 2011 in Dhanmondi. ULAB SWC has been working for six years for the society and people.

Dr Jahirul Haque, from the Department of Computer Science & Engineering, ULAB and Dr Arif Alam, from the Department of General Education, ULAB were present on the ocassion. The entire programme was organised and coordinated by Rakibul Hasan Jisan, General Secretary, ULAB Social Welfare Club.

Awarding Certificates at UCEP Schools in Sylhet

The Certificate Awarding and Prize giving ceremony at UCEP-Hafiz Mazumdar Sylhet Technical School was held on August 10, 2011 at the conference room of UCEP Sylhet Regional Complex.

The programme was chaired by Engineer Mohammad Guljar Hossain, Regional Coordinator of UCEP Sylhet Region. The chairperson distributed certificates and merit prizes among 150 underprivileged graduate students at the end of the programme.

Cow Vaccination against Anthrax at BAU

Marking the golden jubilee of Bangladesh Agricultural University (BAU), Veterinary Clinics of BAU initiated a cow vaccination programme against Anthrax and Black Quarter Infection at the campus on August 21.

BAU Vice-Chancellor Professor Dr Md Rafiqul Hoque inaugurated the programme as chief guest, while Professor Dr Farida Yeasmin Bari, Director of Veterinary Clinic chaired the programme. Dean of the Faculty of Veterinary Science Professor Jalal Uddin Ahmed also spoke on the occasion as special guest, among others.

In his speech, Vice-Chancellor Professor Dr Md Rafiqul Hoque said, BAU has taken initiative to prevent diseases like Anthrax and Black Quarter Infection for the sake of national interest, and stressed the need for mass awareness in this regard. Later, the chief guest inaugurated the cow vaccination programme, vaccinating around 1000 cows.

Education Secretary Awards Scholarships at ULAB

The University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB) awarded 50 scholarships to students at its campus on August 6, 2011. The Chief Guest at the event was Dr Kamal Abdul Naser Chowdhury, Secretary of the Ministry of Education.

The Secretary handed out scholarships to recipients of the ''Children of Freedom Fighters Scholarships'' and ''Remote Area Students Scholarship''. He also oversaw the awarding of the ''Deans' and Vice Chancellor's Honours List Scholarship'' recipients. Two new students were also awarded ULAB's most prestigious scholarships, the ''ARM Inamul Haq Scholarship'' and the ''Major General Abdul Mannan Siddiqui (Retd) Scholarship''. Both the scholarships cover the tuition fees for all four years of education at ULAB. Rafiqul Islam, Vice Chancellor, ULAB and Dr Kazi Anis Ahmed, Vice President of the ULAB Board of Trustees were also present at the event.

A Seven Day Workshop on Theatre ends at RU

A seven-day workshop on theatre for young artists concluded at Rajshahi University (RU) on July 26.

Anushilon Nattyadal, a theatre group of the university organised the workshop on “Obhinoy O Nattyariti (acting and principle of theatre)” at its office at RUCSU Bhaban.

Around 30 young theatre activists participated in the workshop.

The subject matters which were brought up in the workshop were man-society-theatre, origin and growth of theatre, acting and behavioural science, main elements of acting, and many more.

Professor Moloy Kumar Bhoumick, Professor Shamsuddin Ilias, Professor SM Abu Bakkar were present at the workshop, among other theatre personalities. Eminent theatre personality, Nripen Saha from the West Bengal chaired the concluding session of the workshop.

Celebration at Chittagong Grammar School

Students of Chittagong Grammar School (CGS) celebrated their outstanding O and A Levels results last week. The average 'O' level result were 7 A grades and 1.3 B grades, with 28 students out of 54 achieving 8 A's or more. Bristy Sikder, Kazi Mashrur, and Faiza Fazle each achieved 10 A stars while Intifar Chowdhury achieved 9 A stars and 2 A's. Md Jafar and Rabab Hussain achieved 9 A stars and 1 A grade.

In A Levels, 37 out of 88 students achieved 3 A's or more. Iftekhar Habib and Protik Das achieved 5 A grades while Rabib Alam achieved 5 A grades at AS level.

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