News & Event

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Nov 19

A 2-Member Delegation Team from 'University Malaysia Kelantan' Calls on IU Vice Chancellor

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03
Nov 19

Concluding Ceremony of 5 Day Dance Workshop

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29
Oct 19

IU Vice Chancellor made UGC part-time member

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26
Oct 19

Vice Chancellor attends the 2nd Dhaka translation Fest 2019

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24
Oct 19

Vertical Extension of the Business Administration Building

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19
Oct 19

Vice Chancellor attended Sheikh Russel’s birth anniversary programme at the National Press Club, Dhaka

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02
Oct 19

Shapla Forum's General Meeting, Tree Plantation and Souvenir Launching Programme

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28
Sep 19

IU VC awarded Sheikh Hasina Padok

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25
Sep 19

World Pharmacists Day observed at IU

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25
Sep 19

IU holds an international seminar on "Challenges and Reforms of Legal Education in 21st Century"

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IU begins palm tree plantation to prevent lightning strikes

The authorities of Islamic University on Thursday (1 August 2019) began palm tree plantation aiming to protect the campus form natural disaster and lightning strikes. Institute of Islamic Education and Research (IIER) of the university organized the plantation programme. IU Vice Chancellor Prof Dr M Harun-Ur-Rashid Askari inaugurated the programme along with the Pro-Vice Chancellor Prof Dr M Shahinoor Rahman and Treasurer Prof Dr M Selim Toha. Prof Dr M Maher Ali, director of IIER, conducted the inaugural ceremony where IU students advisor Prof Dr Paresh Chandra Barman, Prof Dr M Mahbubar of EEE department, lecturer Shoriful Islam Jewel of Tourism and Hospitality Management department, M Shahidul Islam of Human Resource department, IU BCL unit president Robiul Islam Polash, secretary Rakibul Islam Rakib, Ariful Islam Arif, Theodor Shuvo Pandiya and among others were also present. Addressing the ceremony, Dr Askari said that all trees are the real friends of environment while palm trees are the best natural way of protecting lightning strikes. " The palm tree species is extremely rare in the campus and we have planned that the boundary areas would be planted with 500 palm trees."