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Begum Rokeya University celebrates historic March 7

News Desk Campus 2022-03-07, 9:49pm

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Begum Rokeya University, Rangpur (BRUR) Monday celebrated the historic March 7.



Begum Rokeya University, Rangpur (BRUR) Monday celebrated the historic March 7 with various programs paying rich tribute to

Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.

The celebrations began with placing of wreaths at the mural of Bangabandhu on the campus by Vice-chancellor Professor Dr Md Hasibur Rashid and Pro Vice-chancellor Professor Dr Sarifa Salowa Dina in the morning.

   Proctor of the University Md Golam Rabbani, Registrar Engineer Mohammad Alamgir Chowdhury, Director of Planning and Development Division Md Osman Gani Talukder, President of the Begum Rokeya University Teachers Association and convener of the historic March 7 Celebration Committee Md Shariful Islam,

Deans of all faculties, Heads of all departments, leaders of Teachers Association and Officers Association were present.

Teachers, students and officials of various departments, residential halls, staff-employees, various associations and social and cultural organizations also placed wreaths at the mural of Bangabandhu in celebrations of the historic March 7.

The Vice-chancellor addressed a virtual discussion organized on the occasion from his office room in the administrative building of the university as the chief guest.

Convener of the historic March 7 Celebration Committee of BRUR Md Shariful Islam presided over the virtual discussion.

Associate Professor of the Department of Bengali of BRUR Professor Dr Nitai Kumar Ghosh presented the keynote essay in the discussion narrating the enormous importance of the historic March 7 speech of Bangabandhu.

Speaking at the discussion, Vice-chancellor Professor Dr Md Hasibur Rashid said the historic March 7 of Bangabandhu in 1971 was a source of inspiration for the freedom loving people of the country and the whole world as well.

"The historic speech that created a new history also conveyed the highest sense of patriotism and the clear direction of the War of Liberation in achieving specific goals and ultimate national independence," he said. In her speech as a special guest, Pro Vice-chancellor Professor Sarifa Salowa Dina said Bangabandhu's speech on March 7 is a source of inspiration for the young generation.

"This enchanting historic speech of Bangabandhu empowers the new generation to move forward on the way to build a happy and prosperous Sonar Bangla as dreamt by Bangabandhu," she added.

Moderated by Assistant Professor of the Department of Accounting and Information Systems, Md Ashanuzzaman, teachers, students, officials and employees of different departments of the university participated in the discussion virtually.