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Symbolic stand of students in demand of DUCSU

A section of students have demonstrated an hour long symbolic stand in front of the vice-chancellor’s office in demand of Dhaka University Central Students Union on October 17, Tuesday.

Earlier on September 25, students have submitted a memorandum to the newly appointed vice-chancellor professor Akhtaruzzaman.

Masud Al Mahdi, the co-coordinator of the movement told the press that due to the dysfunctional DUCSU and student’s absence in the university senate, general students are being deprived of many of their rights.

According to the Dhaka University order 1973, there should have been students in the university senate but the spaces are being vacant for last 27 years.

Earlier on July 30, public outcry was sparked when a group of DU students demanding DUCSU elections scuffled with teachers in front of university’s Senate building

DUCSU leaders from the past have managed to emerge as the present day political leaders of the country. Moreover, leaders from the DUCSU have actively took part and triggered the language movement in 1952, mass uprising in ’69, the liberation movement in ’71, and the anti-autocracy movement in ’91.



IDLS: IDLC and AMAL – Authentic Method of Alternative Learning, arranged a health camp for women and children to give them primary treatment, psychosocial counseling and raise awareness on health related issues in Gazipur on October 14, Sunday.


EU: Eastern University successfully hosted its first ever Intra University Business Competition on October 18th 2017 at their Dhaka campus, organized by the Business and Social Entrepreneurship Club.


NSU:  North South University has hosted the South Asia IAEE-NSU Energy Summit 2017 On October 17, 2017 at its Dhaka campus. The summit was jointly organized with the International Association of Energy Economics.


Southeast: Southeast University arranged meetings between Students-Guardians and University Authority on 14 October 2017 at the Seminar Hall, SEU of Banani, Dhaka campus to exchange views.


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