Wednesday, June 26, 2019 | ePaper

17th graduation ceremony of MIST held

  • Print



The 17th graduation ceremony of Military Institute of Science and Technology (MIST) was held at Mirpur Cantonment in the city on Tuesday.Chief of Army Staff General Aziz Ahmed handed over certificates and medals among the newly graduate students of MIST as the chief guest, an ISPR press release said.
Speaking on the occasion he said, "My clarion call to all of you, please devote your full potentials for the development of our country with patriotism, honesty and sincerity."
General Aziz urged the graduates to remain grateful to their parents, teachers and to the general people of Bangladesh, and advised them to pursue higher studies with work hard to fulfill their long cherished dream.  The Chief of Army Staff appreciated and commended everyone involved for the phenomenal growth of MIST, specially Services Headquarters for their guidance and continuous support. He wished all concerned would provide continuous support to MIST in building the institution as a "Centre of Excellence".
A total of 634 students have completed their graduation this year. Amongst them 407 were civil, 225 military and two foreign students. BA-8281 Maj K M Zaheen Nasir, Engrs of Nuclear Science & Engineering Department was awarded Osmany Memorial Gold Medal for outstanding academic performance.  Lt. General Md Mahfuzur Rahman, Principle Staff Officer of Armed Forces Division (AFD), Commodore M Munir Hasan, Commandant of MIST and other Military and Civil high officials, were present on the occasion.

More News For this Category

Envoy of Denmark to Bangladesh Ms Winnie Estrup Petersen paid a courtesy call on State Minister for Shipping Khalid Mahmud Chowdhury at the latter's office of the ministry on Tuesday.

Envoy of Denmark to Bangladesh Ms Winnie Estrup Petersen paid a courtesy call on State Minister for Shipping Khalid Mahmud Chowdhury at the latter's office of the ministry on Tuesday.

BD Flag Vessel (Protection) Act, 2019 gets cabinet nod

The cabinet gave final approval to draft of The Bangladesh Flag Vessel (Protection) Act, 2019 with a provision for the vessels to carry 50 percent cargos from the existing 40

Economist Dr Quazi Kholiquzzaman, among others, at a discussion on 'An Analysis of the Budget for FY 2019-'20 with Reference to Environment and Climate Change' organised by Campaign for Sustainable Rural Livelihoods' at the Jatiya Press Club on Tuesday.

Economist Dr Quazi Kholiquzzaman, among others, at a discussion on 'An Analysis of the Budget for FY 2019-'20 with Reference to Environment and Climate Change' organised by Campaign for Sustainable Rural Livelihoods' at the Jatiya Press Club on Tuesday.

Discussion on adolescent, youth friendly health services held

A discussion on adolescent and youth friendly health services was held in the city, with an aim to take the services closer and make it easier to the people in

Mild heat wave likely to abate

The mild heat wave sweeping over some parts of the country may abate at some places as rain or thundershowers is likely to occur at several places today."Mild heat wave

2 Unesco publications on intangible cultural heritage launched in city

International Information and Networking Centre for Intangible Cultural Heritage in the Asia-Pacific Region (ICHCAP) and Unesco on Tuesday launched two publications on Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH) under joint cooperation translated

Director General of Bangladesh Water Development Board Mahfuzur Rahman speaking at a workshop on 'Flood Control and Irrigation Management' at a hotel in the city on Tuesday.

Director General of Bangladesh Water Development Board Mahfuzur Rahman speaking at a workshop on 'Flood Control and Irrigation Management' at a hotel in the city on Tuesday.

Anti-drug drives to continue: IGP

Inspector General of Police (IGP) Dr Mohammad Jabed Patwary said anti-drug drives will continue across the country to save the young generation."With the help of various cross-sections of people, the

PhD degree conferred

PhD degree conferred

Dr Aminul Islam, Advocate of Bangladesh Supreme Court has been conferred PhD degree from the Department of Law of Dhaka University recently. The title of his thesis was  'Effectiveness of

BD achieves highest success in reducing child death rate

Bangladesh has achieved highest success in reducing child death rate in South Asia as the country saw under-5 years child mortality rate downed to 63 percent in last 20 years