7 DU students get Tajuddin Ahmad Award
Dhaka University Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Md. Akhtaruzzaman distributes Tajuddin Ahmad gold medal, scholarship and prizes among the students as chief guest at a function held recently at Nabab Nawab Ali Chowdhury Senate Bhaban of the university. Tajuddin A
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Nasrin Jabin, a student of the Department of Peace & Conflict Studies of Dhaka University (DU) has been awarded 'Tajuddin Ahmad Peace Gold Medal' for securing the highest CGPA in BSS Honors examination of 2017. Besides, Rabeya Akter Shathi, a student of the same department has received 'Tajuddin Ahmad scholarship' for her brilliant academic performance. Five other students from different departments of DU have received 'Tajuddin Ahmad Trust Fund Prizes' for securing the first, second, third, fourth and fifth places respectively in the essay competition. Dhaka University Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Md. Akhtaruzzaman distributed medal, scholarship and prizes among the students as chief guest at a function held recently at Nabab Nawab Ali Chowdhury Senate Bhaban of the university. Tajuddin Ahmad Memorial Trust Fund of DU organized the program.
DU Pro-Vice Chancellor (Administration) Prof Dr Muhammad Samad presided over the function while Member of the Trustee Board Simin Hossain Rimi MP addressed it as special guest. Donor of the Trust FundÂ Sharmin Ahmad delivered welcome speech. Chairman of the Department of Peace & Conflict Studies of DU Md. Touhidul Islam gave vote of thanks.Â Registrar Md. Enamuzzaman conducted the program.
Dhaka University Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Md. Akhtaruzzaman paid glowing tributes to the memory of the first Prime Minister of Bangladesh Tajuddin Ahmad and said he had led the wartime Provisional Government duringÂ Liberation War in 1971. He was a close confidant of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the VC mentioned. He urged the young generation to make themselves honest and patriotic citizen by following the ideals of Tajuddin Ahmad.
The recipients of Tajuddin Ahmad Trust Fund prizesÂ are Sumaiya Khanam (Botany), Suhrido Sadiq (Bangla), Tahmid Ul Islam (Sociology), Nafis Sadiq (Economics) and Saiful Islam Khan (History).