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Bangladeshi student banking on bright future in Australia

A sense of determination and drive to study at what he considers to be Australia’s top university brought a Bangladeshi student Nabid Alam all the way from Bangladesh to Canberra, to study a Master of Business Information Systems at Australian National University (ANU). As an international student, there were a few hurdles to jump before he could begin. The first was to make study in Australia financially possible, which he did by winning an Australian Government Endeavour Award. Nabid-AlamAlam h...

BRACU holds int’l confce on Globalization and Trade

Economics and Social Sciences (ESS) Department at BRACUniversity is holding a day-long conference on Globalization and Trade: Prospects and Challenges for South Asia at BRAC Centre in the city on Friday. The conference brought academic researchers, consultants and policy makers to brainstorm issues in globalization to regional economies and produce peer-reviewed research outputs. BRACUProf Syed M Hashemi, Head of ESS department at BRACUniver...

JUJA observes victory day

Jahangirnagar University Journalist Association (JUJA) observed the 43rd Victory Day with due respect and befitting manner on Monday. A good number of journalists led by its president Kamran Seddiqui placed floral wreath to the monument of National Memorial at Savar. SAM_4468Among others, Vice-President Nazmul Haque Zenith, Joint-Secretary Joni Alam, Treasurer Mamunur Rashid Saikat and office Secretary Bachchu Sheikh Rabin were also present on the occasion. Earlier, on behalf of university authori...

EU to focus on education, skill development for youth

European Union (EU)’s future development partnership with Bangladesh will largely be focused on the development of skills and education among the youth, said EU Ambassador in Bangladesh, William Hanna. Hanna was addressing the Certificate Presentation Ceremony to the apprentices trained under the TVET project,  organised by the project’s lead agency International Labour Organisation (ILO) at a city hotel on Saturday. Referring to the success of the EU-assisted Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) project in the country, he said the TVET was a very good example where the government, different organisations from the private sector and international development partners worked together to achieve good results...

Foreign university professors call on DU Vice-Chancellor

A group of professors and researchers from Mexico, Poland and India called on Dhaka University (DU) Vice-Chancellor Prof. Dr. AAMS Arefin Siddique on Thursday at the latter’s office. The researchers and professors present were Prof Dr Ana Teresa Gutierrez del Cid, Dr Graciela Perez Gavilan Rojas, Dr Rosario Arroyo Velasco and Dr Erika Hinsen from Metropolitan Autonomous University, Mexico; Prof Dr Sivanandan Sivakumar from Indian Law Institute (Deemed University), Dr Lisa P Lukose from University School of  Law and  Legal Studies (USLLS), India and Tomasz Lachowski, a PhD candidate from University of Lodz, Poland. DSC_0046

ADUST holds Admission Fair for spring session

Atish Dipankar University of Science & Technology (ADUST) has organsed an Admission Fair for its spring session 2014 on Panthapath, Palton unit and Banani main campus. AF 10The university offers a special waiver for the students, who are willing to get themselves admitted in different disciplines, says a press release. The Fair will commence from the beginning of December and shall run till from January 15, 2014. Special concessions like waiver to the extent of 30 to 100 per cent are...