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Workshop on Research Methodology at IU

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IU Correspondent  :
A day-long workshop on 'Research Methodology and Conducting-e-Research' was held at Islamic University (IU), Kushtia recently.
 Institute of Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) organized the programme in association with Islamic University at The Badsha Fahad Bin Abdul Aziz Central Library of the University around 10:00am.
 IU Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr M Harun-Ur-Rashid Askari addressed here as chief guest while its pro Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr M Shahinoor Rahman and Treasurer Prof Dr M Selim Toha took part in the event as special guests with university IQAC director Prof Dr M Abdus Subhan in the chair.
 Chittagong University Social Science faculty dean Prof Dr Farid Uddin Ahamed attended here as resource person participated by over 75 teachers from various department of the university.
 Chief Guest Dr Rashid Askari expressed that in his speech Knowledge acquired from this workshop will enable the teachers and students to enhance their skills.

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