Non-resident Daffodil Alumni Reunion in Canada
Campus Report :
Doly Begum, MPP, Scarborough Southwest, Canada, Dr Md. Sabur Khan, Chairman, Daffodil Family and CEO Mohammad Nuruzzaman along with a group of alumni pose for a photograph at the Non Resident Daffodil Alumni Reunion 2019 at Ghoroaa Classic, Banquet Hall i
Non Resident Daffodil Alumni Reunion 2019 was held on Saturday at Ghoroaa Classic, Banquet Hall in Toronto, Canada. Doly Begum, MPP, Scarborough Southwest graced the occasion as the chief guest. Dr Md. Sabur Khan, Chairman, Daffodil Family presided over the program while Mohammad Nuruzzaman, Chief Executive Officer and other high officials of Daffodil Family were present in the program.
The Daffodil Alumni with promising career staying in different parts of Canada got the opportunity to exchanging and sharing views recollecting their memories. The reunion program turned into a great gathering of Daffodillians coming from different part of Canada. Earlier, the reunion program of Daffodil Alumni was organized in New York in North America on June 15, 2019 and in London in the UK on February 22, 2019.This was the 3rd Endeavour of these continuous efforts of organizing Reunion program throughout the world.
It may be mentioned here that around 60 thousands Daffodil Alumni are staying in different countries of the world including Bangladesh holding potential, pride and key positions. The main objective of this reunion is to form a Global Network of Daffodil Alumni uniting country wide non- resident Daffodil Alumni Network and utilizing this collective network for the development of Bangladesh using their experience and expertise for positioning Bangladesh,
While addressing as the chief guest Doly Begum, MPP said, "This is a great initiative taken by Daffodil. My Support will always be with Daffodil for this sort of initiative. Thanks for inviting me in this August gathering".
Founder and Chairman of Daffodil Dr Md. Sabur Khan said, Canada is a land of opportunities for Bangladeshi Students. I believe the students of Daffodil will take these opportunities at fast tract. We will give all out support to grab the best out of these opportunities. We may even open a Help Desk in Toronto to facilitate and to make the process easier and faster for our students, he added.
Mohammad Nuruzzaman, Chief Executive Officer of Daffodil Family informed that Daffodil Family has taken an initiative of forming country wise non-resident Daffodil Alumni Network and wished that with the collective effort they would be able to shape it a Global Network which would be able to contribute in the development of Bangladesh utilizing their skills and experiences.
More than 100 Daffodil Alumni and their Family Members are expected to join the reunion program.
The event turned into a family gathering with the presence of Family members and every member was so excited to find their teachers, students, mentors, colleagues in a long distance after a long period. Everyone found to share the old memories and to some extent became very emotional. The best part has been seen while everyone agreed to work together for positioning Bangladesh. At the beginning of the event, there was a presentation on Family Photos which really made the event live.