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Comilla University now Cumilla University

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CuU Correspondent :
Comilla University has changed its English spelling of Comilla University to Cumilla University (CuU). A press release signed by Registrar Prof Dr Md. Abu Taher confirmed the matter Wednesday night.
In 2018 the National Implementation Committee for Administrative Reorganization-Reform changed the spelling of the district's name and the university is now following suit.  The decision was finalized during the 72nd syndicate meeting of the university. The university authorities acted to change the spelling following the government decision to spell Comilla as Cumilla on April 2, 2018.
The university authorities have requested everyone to use the new spelling, while stressing the change will be reflected in all media content and documents published by the university

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