NU to launch vice chancellor award for students
Published: 05:13 PM, 9 February 2021
The National University (NU) is launching vice chancellor award for the students for scoring best results from different colleges under the university.
“The vice-chancellor award or gold medal which is being awarded for the first time since the establishment of the university in 1992,” according to a university release on Tuesday.
A total of 30 students from different colleges throughout the country under the National University will be awarded the prize.
Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni is all set to distribute the award through zoom apps.
Of the 30 students - 25 students are female - where 26 students from honours graduates and the rest four are from graduate pass course.
After the establishment of the University in 1992, the National University intended to launch vice-chancellor award for law faculty students, but it was not effective so far.
Deputy Minister for Education Mahibul Hasan Chowdhury, University Grant Commission Chairman Professor Dr Quazi Shahidullah, Education Secretary M Mahbub Hossen and Director General of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Department Professor Dr Syed Mohammad Golam Faruque will also join the function as the special guests.
NU Vice-Chancellor Professor Dr Harun-Ar Rashid will chair the programme.
To mark the Mujib Borsho, cash money and certificates will also be provided among four students for winning in the essay writing competition on two autobiography books -‘Asampta Atmajiboni’, and Karagarer Rojnamcha written by Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.