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Alumni reunion of AUB held
Staff Reporter, Dhaka

A grand central alumni reunion of Asian University of Bangladesh was held on Friday at Palm View Hall, Army Golf Club, in the capital’s Kurmitola area, says a press
release.
The alumni started arriving at the venue at 10.00 am and they were received by the registration team. ASM Shamem, director of Alumni Affairs of AUB,  delivered the welcome address at the event.
Economist Professor Dr Abul Hasan M Sadeq joined the programme as chief guest. Former student of English department Hira Parvez, director (Admin) Bangladesh Ansar and VDP, chaired the programme while Dr Muhmmad Jafar Sadeq, chairman, board of trustees, attended the programme as special guest.
Lutful Arefin Rana, director of Standard Chartered Bank, Dr Dewan Md Farid, associate professor of United International University and Shakhawat Hossain, deputy secretary, Ministry of Public Administration recalled their memory at
 AUB. Around 500 alumni attended the programme.
Former students AUB reunited with their teachers, office managers, classmates, seniors, and met with some new faces.
Scholarship for NGO employees  
Staff Reporter, Dhaka

Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) in collaboration with NGO Affairs Bureau hosted an introductory seminar on ‘KOICA’s Master’s Scholarship Programme 2019’ at NGO Affairs Bureau in the capital’s Agargaon area on Monday.
The event was graced by KM Abdus Salam, director general, NGO Affairs Bureau and Joe Hyun-Gue, country director, Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) Bangladesh along with several representatives from various NGOs and INGOs in Bangladesh, says a press release.
The event was held to officially open up dialogues with NGO Affairs Bureau and introduce KOICA’s scholarship programme to the participants in attendance to avail the first-time opportunity for NGO workers.
KOICA’s fully-funded scholarship programme are offered as a part of KOICA’s fellowship programme to enhance human resource capacity of the country’s institutions and in turn contribute to its socio-economic development since 2003.
 Till date, under the aforementioned scheme, more than 90 Bangladeshi government officials have been awarded master’s degrees from Korea.

 

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