Commemorative Discussion on Founder Vice Chancellor of DIU Professor Dr. Aminul Islam held

Commemorative Discussion on Founder Vice Chancellor of DIU Professor Dr. Aminul Islam held

Professor Dr. SM Mahbubul Haque Majumder, Acting Vice Chancellor of Daffodil International University addressing as the chief guest at the Commemorative Discussion on Country renowned soil scientist, scholar, former vice chancellor of National University and founder vice chancellor of Daffodil International University Professor Dr. Aminul Islam held today on 29 November, 2018 at 71 Milonayoton of the university.

Commemorative Discussion on Country renowned soil scientist, scholar, former vice chancellor of National University and founder vice chancellor of Daffodil International University Professor Dr. Aminul Islam held today on 29 November, 2018 at 71 Milonayoton of DIU. Professor Dr. SM Mahbubul Haque Majumder, Acting Vice Chancellor, DIU was present in the program as the chief guest. Conducted by Md. Anowar Habib Kazal, Senior Assistant Director ( Public Relations), the program was addressed by Mr. Hamidul Haque Kahan, Treasurer, Professor Golam Mowla Choudhury, Controller of Examination, Professor Dr. M Lutfar Rahman, Former Vice Chancellor, Professor A. M.M. Hamidur Rahman, Dean, Faculty of Humanities & Social Science, Professor Dr. M. Shamsul Alam, Dean, Faculty of Engineering (FE) and Dr. Farhana Helal Mehtab, Associate Dean, Faculty of Humanities & Social Science.. Beside this Ms. Helen Islam, Better half of Dr. Aminul Islam, Ms. Tahsina Islam, Daughter of Dr. Aminul Islam, Ms. Merina Islam, Daughter in Law and Mehnaz Tabassum, Granddaughter of Late Dr. Aminul Islam were also present in the program.

While addressing as the chief guest Professor Dr. SM Mahbubul Haque Majumder said that Professor Dr. Aminul Islam was not only the loss of the Daffodil University but also the loss of whole country. Because he was a legendary scholar, researcher and soil scientist. Really he was a hero of our nation.

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