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Orientation on admission test of BRU held

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Prof Dr Nazmul Ahsan Kalimullah, BTFO, Vice Chancellor of Begum Rokeya University (BRU), Rangpur speaks at an orientation program on '1st year admission test of 2017-18 session' held at the University campus on Wednesday.

Jannatun Lucky, BRU :

An orientation on '1st year admission test of 2017-18 session' was held at Begum Rokeya University (BRU), Rangpur early on Wednesday where the examiner's instructions were discussed in detail.
The Vice Chancellor of the University Prof Dr Nazmul Ahsan Kalimullah, BTFO presided over the orientation on the university's cafeteria building. Rafiul Azam Khan, the University's external director (current) and member secretary of the Control Room Sub Committee was the presenter of the orientation. At that time, the Registrar of the university including Deans, Provost and Proctorial body members of various faculties of the University were present there.
At the beginning, all of the teachers of the university participated in the orientation. Later the orientation meeting was completed by all the officers of the university and at the end of the staff's participation and the questionnaire for admission test.
It is to be noted that, the orientation meeting was performed in order to complete the admission test  successfully which will be held at 26-30 November.

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