Concert in solidarity with DU student on hunger strike

DU

On Monday, December 4, a concert was organised by general students of Dhaka University in solidarity with a fellow student in hunger strike. A Dhaka University student, Walid Ashraf has been on hunger strike since November 25 demanding Ducsu election within December 16. Ashraf is an evening master’s student of the Institute of Social Welfare and Research is holding the protest on the premises of Memory Eternal on campus.

A number of at least 300 students from different departments of the university have gathered in solidarity and press their demand for DUCSU election. Different band groups have performed in the concert also to express solidarity with the ongoing movement. Members of Dhaka University Mime Action also performed at the concert.

Dr Samina Lutfa, a faculty member of sociology department at Dhaka University in her solidarity address said, there is no alternative to the university’s central student union to ensure democratic environment of the campus.

She further asked, as the High Court instructed to complete full body of senate, why the student should have to protest for DUCSU. It was university’s duty to hold the poll in due time.

 

ULAB

ULAB:

On Sunday, December 3, University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh in collaboration with ADN Eduservices Ltd organised a two-day workshop on Cisco Certified Network Associate and Linux Operating System for graduating students in their Dhaka campus. .

 

Eastern

Eastern:

On Sunday, December 3, Eastern University Computing Club has arranged an annual mega event ‘CSE FEST 2017’ and prize giving ceremony at their Dhaka premises.

 

IUBAT

IUBAT:

On Monday, December 4, the department of languages of International University of Business Agriculture and Technology organised a prize awarding ceremony for their book reading competition at their conference hall.

 

Open

Open:

On Monday, December 4, Bangladesh Open University has organised a seminar titled ‘How to Prepare a Research Proposal’ at their main campus seminar hall.

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