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     Volume 2 Issue 38 | September 30 , 2007|


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Congratulations Maruf!

Maruf Amin Bhuiyan who comes from Willes Little Flower Secondary School has been the first boy in class throughout his academic life. Having achieved outstanding scores in his O and A levels under Edexcel International,U.K, he has given his parents Md Ruhul Amin Bhuiyan (manager of continental airlines) and Sayeda Nasima Begum (A teacher in WLF for the last 25 years. ) pretty much everything they could ask for.

Now he is on his way to Singapore to pursue his higher studies in Electrical Engineering under National University of Singapore with a full scholarship. He is not only the pride of WLF but also the pride of his family, friends and entire Nation. We wish him all the success in life.

Orientaion Program of Fall Semester at ASA University

An orientation programme of the students of Fall Semester of ASA University Bangladesh was held on September 22, 2007 at the university campus. Md. Shafiqual Haque Chowdhury, Chairman of ASA University Board of Governors and President of ASA was the chief guest at the function. Prof. Mainuddin Khan, Vice-Chancellor of ASAUB presided over the programme.

University Registrar A K Monsur Ahmed, Dean of Business faculty Prof. Dr. Abdul Awal Khan and Dean of Law Arts and Social Science Prof. Dr. Tareq M R Chowdhury also spoke on the occasion. About 300 students of fall semester and their guardians were present in the programme.

Concert for life in Estern University

Nahid Irtaza Haque

On August 9 three students of English department (Rimon, Rony and Irine) decided to do something for the flood affected people. In that time the misery of the flood victims was so much that when they expressed their idea of holding a musical concert, it touched everyone and was immediately given the permission. It was high time we did something and we all had a jump start for making it happen in a couple of days. We fixed that the concert will take place on 14th August.

It was a short time and we had a lot to do. The main problem was to raise an initial fund for the arrangement but with the help of some students of English department we were able to start our work. We planned to sell tickets to raise money. The price of per ticket was set at 30/= for the students but for the teachers we kept the amount open. They contributed at their will and so did they to support us generously. We applied push sell technique and moved from department to department. In every department we found immense response from the students. In C.S.E and E.E.E department Shuvo, Tushan, Sumon, in Law department Naim, Shiplu, in B.B.A, Shagor helped us to sell the tickets. On 14th August we figured out that we have done everything but forgot to take the permission of the university management. So we put the concert under the name of English Language Club.

We started the concert at 3 pm and it was exciting for us as it was very well received by all. The performers (Salauddin, Rony, Naim, Imrose, and Radio Active's Polash) were university students and the students who watched the concert enjoyed it very much. We raised 14000 taka and after all expenditures we were able to give 9000 taka to Prothom-Alo fund for the flood affected.

At last I would like to mention the names of the students of English Department, they are Irine, Rony, Tinni, Tushar, Tanvir, and Nahid, without these people the program would not have been possible. Though the initiative was taken by English department students, it is a combination of joint efforts of all the students of Eastern University.


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