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DIU holds seminar on human brain

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Nahim Razzaq, MP, Member of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Ministry of Youth and Sport and Convener of Young Bangla speaking at a seminar on 'Relationship between Human Brain and Question' organized by Rotaract Club of Daffodil International Un

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A seminar on 'Relationship between Human Brain and Question' organized by Rotaract Club of Daffodil International University (DIU) was held recently  at 71 Milonayoton of the university. Nahim Razzaq, MP, Member of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Ministry of Youth and Sport and Convener of Young Bangla was present at the seminar as chief guest while Dr Md. Sabur Khan, Chairman, Board of Trustees, DIU and Prof Dr Yousuf M Islam, Vice Chancellor, DIU were present as special guest. Presided over by Dara Abdus Sattar, Associate Head, Department of EEE, the seminar was conducted by Humaun Kabir Polash, Assistant Officer of DIU.
Chief guest Nahim Razzaq said, you cannot find a new way if you always walk in the traditional way. If you want to create a new way, you must have to think out of box. Young are always fond of walking in the new way for creative thinking and that's  why all creative changes bring to the world with the hands of the young people. In the mean time he argued the students to think out of box instead of traditional thinking methods, he added.
Nahim Razzaq also said that as a young generation of the society, you have a commitment to the society to serve it, So after completing graduation, job or business whatever you prefer, but, you have to keep in your mind always this question that what contribution you are keeping to the society. Your education will succeed only when you can contribute something positive to your society, he added.
Special guest Dr Md. Sabur Khan said, success and failure are the common part of life. These two things are walk sidewise. So don't be frustrated on failure.
Rather make question that why failure, where is the mistake. Proper question can give you the proper answer. So you have to learn that how to make a question properly.
Prof Dr Yousuf M Islam presented a paper titled 'Relationship between Human Brain and Question' at the seminar. While presenting the paper he said, men are best from other animal because human brain can make question and find the answer accordingly.

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