5 JU students get Dean’s award
A total of five students from different faculties of Jahangirnagar University were awarded the Dean's Award on Wednesday for their excellent academic results in honors examinations under academic session 2015-16.
JU Vice Chancellor Prof Md Nurul Alam, who addressed the program as chief guest, handed over the awards to the recipients at university's Zahir Raihan Auditorium.
Addressing the function, Prof Nurul Alam said, "Dean award is a unique recognition for the students. It will enhance the spirit of working for the welfare and development of society."
Prominent economist and former governor of Bangladesh Bank Mohammed Farashuddin spoke as the Dean's Award speaker.
He said, "Educated youth has an immense importance to build Bangabandhu’s 'Sonar Bangla' (Golden Bangla). They will use the talent-mindedness of the current government to build."
"The current government has lagged behind many neighboring countries in terms of annual growth. Everyone has to work together to continue this trend," he added.
The program was chaired by JU Arts and Humanities Faculty Dean Prof Mozammel Haque. JU Pro-VC (Administration) Prof Sheikh Md Monzurul Huq and Treasurer Prof Rasheda Akter also addressed the program.
This year, the awardee are – Rubaiyat Ibn Nabi (CGPA 3.98) of Fine Arts from the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Farah Nasreen of Economics (CGPA 3.98) from the Faculty of Social Sciences, Anuj Bhowmik Piyas of the Department of Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering (CGPA 3.98) from the Faculty of Biological Sciences, Ata-e-Rabbi (CGPA 3.95) from Institute of Business Administration of Faculty of Business Studies and Most. Nilufar Yasmin (CGPA 3.94) from the Statistics department of the Faculty of Mathematical and Physical Sciences.