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IU waiting lists viva voce begins Jan 10

KUSHTIA: The viva-voce for the first year honours courses waiting lists' candidates under 2017-18 academic session of Islamic University (IU) in Kushtia will start on January 10.

The vacant seats would be filled up by the admission seekers who are on waiting lists, sources at IU registrar office said on Wednesday.

IU acting registrar SM Abdul Latif said that a total of 706 seats out of 2,275 are still vacant at 33 departments of the university.

A total of 14 seats are still remained vacant at 'A' unit while 231 seats at 'B' unit, 109 seats at 'C' unit, 73 seats at 'D' unit, 39 seats at 'E' unit, 39 seats at 'F' unit, 99 seats at 'G' unit and 95 seats at 'H' unit, he added. More information about the waiting lists' viva-voce procedure is available on the university website - www.iu.ac.bd.

Electronic devices banned at IU convocation

KUSHTIA: The authorities of Islamic University (IU) in Kushtia imposed restrictions on carrying all kinds of electronic devices, including mobile phone, at the venue of its 4th convocation which is scheduled to be held on January 7.

The decision was made at an emergency meeting of the convocation committee with IU Vice-Chancellor Professor Dr M Harun-Ur-Rashid Askari in the chair, sources at IU proctor office said on Tuesday evening. IU proctor Professor Dr M Mahbubar Rahman told UNB that the university authorities took the decision on security grounds. They will also set up a stall to store the participants' devices safely, he added.

Milestone School and College celebrates textbooks festival

Milestone School and College celebrate the textbooks festival on the Monday. On this occasion, Milestone School and College arranged a new book distribution ceremony at Milestone School and College's administrative building, says a press release.

Principal of Milestone School and College Prof Md Shahidul Islam was present in the festive ceremony as the chief guest.  Senior director commander F Karim (retd.), Vice principal of the English version section Major sheikh Md Shahabuddin (retd) and assistant professor of English department Zakia Sultana were present in the colored ceremony.

RMC’s first year MBBS class from Jan 10

RAJSHAHI: The first year MBBS class of 2017-18 academic session (59th batch) in Rajshahi Medical College (RMC) will start from January 10.

An introductory meeting of the freshers' will be held on the opening day at RMC auditorium at 10 am.  All students of first year MBBS and their guardians are requested to attend the function. Prof Anwar Habib, Principal of RMC, said here.

New office bearers of DUSDAA 81 batch

Banamali Bhowmick, Director General (DG) of Department of Information and Communication Technology and Additional Secretary, and Fazlul Haque Khokon, a renowned businessman, have been elected President and General Secretary respectively of Dhaka University Social Science Department's 81 batch Alumni Association (DUSDAA).

The new committee of 41-member was formed in a special meeting of the association held at a city hotel on Monday with former Vice-Chancellor (VC) of Begum Rokeya University, Rangpur, Professor Dr Nurunnabi in the chair, said a press release here. Habibur Rahman Lebu was elected Treasurer of the association, it added.

JUJA polls on Jan 11

SAVAR:  The election to Jahangirnagar University Journalists' Association (JUJA) will be held on January 11.

The chief election commissioner and also Director of Teacher and Student  Centre (TSC) Professor Bashir Ahmed announced the election schedule yesterday  The polls beginning at 10 am will continue till 1 pm. The results will be  announced within 4 pm on the day, he added.

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