Active citizens youth leadership training ends at IU | 2017-12-18 |

Active citizens youth leadership training ends at IU

IU Correspondent     18 December, 2017 12:00 AM printer

A four day-long training on “Active Citizens Youth Leadership” of Islamic University (IU) in Kushtia ended on Sunday and began on Thursday with a vow to build the community and optimistic next generation to lead Bangladesh prosperity.

British Council and Democracy Watch jointly organized the programme in association with Tarunno, a campus based organization at its MA Wazed Ali Science building on the campus.

 Prof Dr M Shah Jahan Mandal, chief adviser of the association inaugurated the training through ice-breaking session while Adil Shakir and Nina, students of Dhaka University also the representative of Democracy Watch both was trainer on Thursday morning.

The first day training was about the expectation-skills and goal of a man, vision for Bangladesh with the active citizen’s river session through we can make peaceful world.

The trainee learned about various cultures, religion, influence of in religion in culture, the feature of good leader and dialogue is better than debate by some session in the second day.

On third day programe, trainee also knew about rights citizens, class distinction of a society with power of walk while in last day, they submitted a project on waste management under the slogan of “Clean and Cleanliness, healthy life.

A total of 37 trainee of 17 department of the university were participated at the training while IU proctor Prof Dr M Mahburbar Rahman visited the training center in the last day along with Tarunno president Mominul Islam Ripon, Secretary Wahed Jubery Sizer and former secretary Nahida Afroze Asha.