A reception ceremony for the Members of the National Parliament and Cabinet Ministers from Trustees Boards of the Privates Universities of Bangladesh was held on Wednesday, 6th February at the Westine Dhaka Hotel. The reception was organised by the Association of Private Universities of Bangladesh (APUB), says a press release.
Dr. Dipu Moni, Minister, Ministry of Education as the Chief Guest of the program handed over crests to twenty recipients who are Members of the National Parliament and Cabinet Ministers from Trustees Boards of the Privates Universities of Bangladesh, according to the press release.Professor Abdul Mannan, Chairman, University Grants Commission of Bangladesh (UGC), Prof. Mesbahuddin Ahmed, Chairman of Bangladesh Accreditation Council were the special guests, while Md. Sohrab Hossain, Secretary to the Education Ministry of Bangladesh also attended the programme.
Sheikh Kabir Hossain, Chairman of Association of Private Universities of Bangladesh (APUB) chaired the programme. Benajir Ahmed, Secretary General, APUB and Former Chairman of North South University delivered welcome speeches. Vote of thanks was given by Nafeez Sarafat, Chairman, Canadian University of Bangladesh.
Members of the National Parliament and Cabinet Ministers from Trustee Boards of the Privates Universities of Bangladesh, Tipu Munshi, MP, Minister, Ministry of Commerce and Chairman of BGMEA University of Fashion & Technology; AKM Enamul Haque Shamim, MP, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Water resources and Founder Chairman, Port City International University; Hasanul Haq Inu, MP, Former Information Minister and Founder Trustees of Rabindra Maitree University, Kushtia delivered speeches.
Among others Abdul Motin Khasru, MP, Former Minister and Founder Chairman of CCN University of Science & Technology, Comilla; Dr. Mohiuddin Khan Alamgir, MP, Former Minister and Chairman of European University of Science & Technology; Mirza Azam, MP Trustee Member of Sheikh Fazilatunnesa Mujib University; and Kazi Nabil Ahmed, MP, Chairman, University of Liberal Arts were present.