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Scientific confce begins at CVASU today

CHITTAGONG: A two-day scientific conference will begin at Chittagong Veterinary and Animal Sciences University (CVASU) today with a view to creating awareness on food safety, one health and blue economy. Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid will inaugurate the conference titled '13th Annual Scientific Conference 2016' at CVASU academic building at 4pm on the day. The theme of this year's conference is ‘Promoting Food Safety, One Health and Blue Economy’. The education minister will also lay foundation stone of "Research and Farm Based Campus" of CVSAU in Hathazari upazila of the district at around 10.30am on the same day.
CVASU Vice Chancellor (VC) Goutam Buddha Das revealed these at a press conference at Chittagong Press Club this noon.
Water Resources Minister Barrister Anisul Islam Mahmud, MP, Chittagong University VC Iftekhar Uddin Chowdhury, administrator of Chittagong District Administartion MA Slam and Deputy Commissioner, Chittagong Mejbah Uddin, will attend the foundation laying ceremony as the special guests.
CVASU VC said a total of 27 research articles would be presented in four technical sessions of the conference to be participated by more than 200 scientists, researchers, educationists, environmentalists, professionals, NGO activists and representatives of different development agencies.
"This year's conference is significantly important in the wake of different animal borne diseases like anthrax, swine flu, avian influenza and Nipa Virus that spread across the world in recent years," he added.
Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid will inaugurate the conference as the chief guest while Pro-Vice Chancellor of the Noakhali Science and Technology University Prof Dr M Abul Hossain will present key-note paper in the conference.
VC of Tamil Nadu Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, India, Dr S Thilagar, founder VC of CVASU Dr Nitish Chandra Debnath, Team Leader of the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) Dr Erick Bram, director of the Institute of Epidemiology, Disease Control and Research (IEDCR) Mahmudur Rahman will attend the conference as special guests.
CVASU registrar Mirza Faruk Imam, proctor and CVASU Teachers' Association president Prof Goutam Kumar Debnath and deans of different faculties of the university, among others, were present at the press conference.
Two new IU administrators take charge
KUSHTIA:  The new transport and press administrators of Islamic University (IU) in Kushtia took their charges officially on Wednesday.
Professor M Saidur Rahman of Bangla Department took charge as new transport administrator of the university. Professor M Mamunur Rahman of English Department handed over the charge to the new administrator at a ceremony held at 1st administrative building on that day.
Besides, Associate Professor M Robiul Hossain of Bangla Department took charge as new press administrator.
IU Bangabandhu Parishsd Secretary Professor Ruhul KM Saleh, Shapla Forum President Professor M Mahbubul Arfin, Applied Science and Technology faculty Dean Samsul Alam, Proctor Professor Dr M Mahbubar Rahman and Students Adviser M Anowar Hossain were present at the taking charge ceremony differently, among others.
SSC exam results under BOU published
The final results of the first and the second year SSC examination-2014 under Bangladesh Open University (BOU) has published have been published on Wednesday, says a press release.
A total of 1, 02,351 students appeared in the final examinations and 55,570 students appeared in the first year final examination
Among the final examination candidates 34,364 came out successful in different grade point. The pass rate is 73.46 per cent.  Among the successful students 18,377 are male and 15,987 are female. The authorities also published the result of lst year final examination.
Result will be available on BOU website, exam.bou.edu.bd and through SMS bou<space>student ID (ll digits any space, for example 13010810001) in Banglalink 2700 and other operators 2777 by sending SMS.
ULAB gets UGC approval to begin BSc in EEE
University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB) received UGC approval to start BSc in Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE).
The focus of the degree is to provide excellent education in modern development in EEE. Students of this program will get opportunity to learn to extend their ability to analyze and solve complex problems and to design new uses of engineering and technology to serve today’s rapidly growing demand of the society at home and abroad.
The programme consists of a number of necessary Electrical and Electronics courses along with a solid foundation of Mathematics and Physics. At ULAB, students will also study a wide range of general education courses to complete a well-rounded Liberal Arts degree.

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