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Book reading competition at GUB

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Campus Report :

The Language Center of Green University Bangladesh (GUB) organized a Prize Giving Ceremony of British Council Book Reading Competition on Thursday at Green Garden of the University. Kirsty Crawford, Program Director Libraries Unlimited from British Council, Bangladesh attended the program as Chief Guest and Prof Dr Muhammad. Fayyaz Khan, Pro-Vice Chancellor of Green University of Bangladesh was the Chair of the program.
Total of 632 students from different departments of the university received certificates and gifts for Summer Semester-2017. Respected Deans and Chairpersons of different departments along with Center Director were also present in the program.

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