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Freshers' welcome ceremony at EWU

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Dr Mohammed Farashuddin, Chairperson, Board of Trustees, East West University speaks at the orientation programs of the students of Summer Semester 2018 held on the University campus at Aftabnagar in the capital on Thursday.

Campus Report :
The orientation programs of the newly admitted students for Summer Semester 2018 were held in different academic departments of East West University (EWU) campus at Aftabnagar in the capital on Thursday. About 1200 students were admitted to graduate and undergraduate programs in 14 different departments in this semester, a press release said.
Each department of EWU arranged individual programs for their newly admitted students. The objectives of the programs were to welcome new students and introduce them to university facilities, faculty members, the academic system and the rules and regulations of the institution.
Those programs were attended by among others, Dr Mohammed Farashuddin, Chairperson of Board of Trustees (BoT), EWU and Former Governor of Bangladesh Bank, Syed Manzur Elahi, Member, BoT, EWU and Formar Adviser, Caretaker Government of Bangladesh, Prof Dr MM Shahidul Hassan, Vice Chancellor, Prof Dr Fakrul Alam, Pro Vice Chancellor, AZM Shafiqul Alam, Treasurer, and the Deans of the University.

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