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Int'l confce on innovation at DU

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Vice-Chancellor of Dhaka University Prof Dr Md. Akhtaruzzaman inaugurates a 2-day 2nd International Conference on "Innovation in Engineering and Technology (ICIET)" held at Nabab Nawab Ali Chowdhury Senate Bhaban auditorium of Dhaka University on Monday

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A 2-day 2nd international conference on "Innovation in Engineering and Technology (ICIET)" began on Monday at Nabab Nawab Ali Chowdhury Senate Bhaban auditorium of Dhaka University (DU). Vice-Chancellor of DU Prof Dr Md. Akhtaruzzaman inaugurated the conference as chief guest. The Faculty of Engineering and Technology of DU has organized this conference.
Presided over by Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Technology of DU Prof Dr Md. Hasanuzzaman the inaugural function was addressed by Prof Dr Khorshed Ahmed Kabir and Chair of IEEE Bangladesh Section Prof. Dr. Celia Shahnaz.
DU Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Md. Akhtaruzzaman urged the academicians, researchers and industrialists to work unitedly on the issues of innovation and technology for achieving sustainable development goals.  He stressed the need for equipping our people specially youths with technological knowledge for facing natural calamities and various global challenges. He hoped that outcome of this conference would inspire our teachers, researchers and students to undertake collaborative research programs from a common platform.
It may be mentioned that about 200 academicians and researchers from home and abroad including USA, UK, Canada and Japan are participating in the conference.

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