Dhaka University And British Council Will Work Together

October 21, 2015 | Category: News | Posted By - | 0 Comments

Dhaka University and British Council Will Work  Together



A Memorandum of Understanding () between Dhaka University (DU) and the British Council was marked on October 20, 2015 at the VC's office.

The MoU marked to present 'Citizenship Education and Community Engagement Program' at the college. DU Vice-Chancellor Dr. AAMS Arefin Siddique and Chief Operating Officer of the British Council Adrian Greer marked the MoU for the benefit of their particular organization.

Professional VC (Academic) of DU Professor Dr. Nasreen Ahmad, Treasurer Professor Dr. Md. Kamal Uddin, Dean of the Faculty of Arts Professor Dr. Md. Akhtaruzzaman, Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences Professor Farid Uddin Ahmed, Regional Director (South Asia) of British Council Stephan Roman, Country Director, Bangladesh Barbara Wickham and Deputy Director Matt Pusey were available on this event among others.

Under this MoU, Dhaka University and British Council will cooperate to create administration abilities among college understudies. The British Council will sort out preparing of facilitators (TOFs) and give all fundamental specialized and money related backing for it.

The University of Dhaka will recognize and suggest employees in such manner. The prepared employees will go about as facilitators and instruct the Citizenship Course at the under graduate level. They will likewise prepare the understudies according to the modules and activity arrangement.

The two establishments will further offer the same course as a component of the scholastic educational programs of the Faculty of Social Sciences and the Faculty of Arts of DU in the accompanying semesters. Arefin Siddique said thanks to the British Council powers for marking the MoU on such a viable program and trusted that the understudies of the college and additionally all of subject in the nation would be very profit by this activity.

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