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JU to launch Bangabandhu institute

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Savar – A new institute titled ‘Bangabandhu Institute of Comparative Literature and Culture’ is expected to be launched at JU soon. The deputy registrar (Education-1) of JU Abu Hasan confirmed the news. A total of 25 students – 13 male and 12 female under be admitted under the academic session 2017-18 to this institute.
The admission process of this institute will be conducted under ‘I’ unit. The admission seekers must have GPA score up to 3.00 at the SSC and HSC examination while the GPA score in Bangal and English must be up to B grade.
This institute will provide honors, masters and M Phil as well as PhD degree on Comparative Literature and Culture.
A complete library, a research and publication sell, a convention center, an auditorium and a multilingual translation sell will be conducted under this institute.
Moreover, a cultural museum will be founded to under this institute as a part of the comparative research between the different literature and culture that will to enrich the activities of this institute.
This institute will also organise seminar, symposium, conference and workshop in national and international grade as the part of the activities.
Besides, this institute will launch ‘Bangabandhu ICLC’ scholarship to patronage the graduate, and post-graduate level research projects on comparative literature and culture.
Associate Professor of JU Bangla department Dr. Md. Rezaul Islam have been appointed as Director of this institute.
When contacted Dr. Rezaul Islam said, ‘For the first time we are going to launch a new institute. It will play a vital role as a pioneer in Bangladesh in the field of literature and culture, we do believe’.
‘The students under this faculty will able to make the contribution on research of other literature and culture besides Bengali’, he added.
Earlier, the proposal of launching the new institute made at the 300nd syndicate meeting on May 27 in 2016 that was approved by the University Grand Commission on October 23 at the same year.
Later, on June 17, the 36th annual syndicate passed finally decided to launch the new institute from the upcoming academic session. – A Correspondent

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