Manarat holds Freshers’

20 March 2022

Manarat holds Freshers’ Reception 2022

Manarat International University (MIU) organised a grand Freshers' Reception programme on the university's Gulshan campus playground on Saturday to welcome the new students admitted in the Spring semester 2020 to Spring semester 2022.   Bangladesh University Grants Commission former member Mohammad Yousuf Ali Mollah was the chief guest of the programme. Manarat International University Trust acting chairman and former Member of Parliament Mohammad Abdullah was the guest of honour.   Manarat International University Vice-Chancellor Prof. Dr. Md Nazrul Islam presided over the programme attended by former secretary Mohammad Ismail Hossain, member of Manarat International University Trust, Fazlur Rahman, former Dhaka University professor ATM Fazlul Haque, former MIU vice-chancellor Chowdhury Mahmud Hasan, Md Enamul Haque Chowdhury FCA, M Umar Ali, Barrister Fayez Uddin Ahmed and Mofizur Rahman, councilor of ward 19 of Dhaka North City Corporation.   Registrar and former secretary Md Manirul Islam welcomed the guests. Hafizul Islam Mia, acting treasurer of the university and convener of Freshers' Reception programme 2022, dean of School of Business and Economics M. Harun-Ar-Rashid, head of the Department of Pharmacy Dr. Nargis Sultana Chowdhury and others spoke on the occasion.   CGED Coordinator Mohammad Abul Kalam Azad and assistant professor Sabiha Sultana conducted the programme also attended by Ahmed Mahbub-ul-Alam, head of English department, Mohammad Sajjad Hossain, head of CSE department, Muhammad Azharul Islam, head of Law department, KM Akhtaruzzaman, head of EEE Department, Rokeya Sultana, head of business administration department, Rafiquzzaman, head of journalism and media studies department, Mohammad Obaidullah, head of the Department of Islamic Studies, and others.   A cultural programme was organised where journalist Amirul Momenin Manik performed patriotic songs. Popular comedian Abdul Gani Vidyan also performed comedy.   The event's media partners were Daily Naya Diganta and English daily New Age.