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Fresher’s orientation ceremony held at NSU

Staff Correspondent

6th September, 2015 09:52:31 printer

Fresher’s orientation ceremony held at NSU

The orientation ceremony, fall-2015 of newly enrolled undergraduate students of North South University (NSU) was held on Sunday, (September 6) at Bashundhara campus in the city.


After twelve years of educational commitment, it was an important beginning of a new chapter of twelve hundred BBA, ETE, EEE, Economics, Environmental Science, Architecture, English, Computer Science and Engineering, Law, Pharmacy, Microbiology and Biochemistry fresher’s.


The Chairman, Board of Trustees, NSU & former President of FBCCI Mr. M. A. Kashem was present as the chief guest where Prof. Gour Gobinda Goswami, Ph.D. Vice Chancellor (IC) chaired the ceremony. M. A. Hashem and Rehana Rahman, Member, Board of Trustees attended as the guest of honor. 


The chief guest Mr. M. A. Kashem said, “To establish Private University Act, we worked hard for three years that resulted with the opening of higher education in Bangladesh through private universities in 1992. That actually accelerated the expansion of higher education in Bangladesh. We feel proud to let you know that the people request to admit their children in our university but it was never an openhanded job; As the NSU graduates have high demand in the job market.”


Prof. Selim Sarwar, Dean, School of Humanities and Social Sciences; Prof. G.U Ahsan, Dean, School of Health & Life Sciences; Prof. Md. Sirajul Islam, Dean, School of Engineering & Physical Sciences; Prof. M. Mahboob Rahman, Dean, School of Business and Economics; Prof. M. Emdadul Haq, Director (Student Affairs), Md. Shahjahan, Registrar and Syed Kamrul Islam, Proctor  addressed to the students. Chairs of respective departments, faculty & administrative members, students and their guardians took part in the occasion.  


A cultural session was held after formal session where singers and dancers of the university performed.