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Poush, Pitha Festival at HUB

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Dr Hakim Md. Yousuf Harun Bhuiyan, founder and chief patron of Hamdard University Bangladesh speaks at a Bengali Poush and Pitha Festival - 2018 held at the University permanent campus, Hamdard Nagar, Gazaria, Munshiganj on Tuesday.

Campus Report :
Faculty of Unani and Ayurvedic Medicine of Hamdard University Bangladesh (HUB) organized a Bengali Poush and Pitha Festival - 2018 on Tuesday at its permanent campus, Hamdard Nagar, Gazaria, Munshiganj. Founder and Chief patron of Hamdard University Bangladesh Dr Hakim Md. Yousuf Harun Bhuiyan was the chief guest. The special guests were members of Board of Trustees Lt Colonel Mahbubul Alam Chowdhury (Retd.), Mohammad Zamal Uddin (Russell), Treasurer of the University Prof Dr Ghulam Murtaza, the Registrar Md. Lutfur Rahman, and the Controller of Examinations Md. Nurul Huda. Among others, Deans of the Faculties, Heads of the Departments of Unani and Ayurvedic Medicine, all faculty members, students were present. The Vice-Chancellor of the University Prof. Md. Abdul Mannan, PhD presided over the program.
The welcome speech was presented by the member of Board of Trustees Dr Hakim Nargish Marjhan.
Dr Hakim Md. Yousuf Harun Bhuiyan expressed his sincere thanks to all concerned of the Faculty of Unani and Ayurvedic Medicine for arranging such kind of festival. He urged to the students for ensuring good treatment for their patients after their graduation from the Faculty of Unani and Ayurvedic Medicine. He ensured to all concerned of the University that the authority of the University will provide all kinds of facilities to the students of Hamdard University Bangladesh.

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