News & Event

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Jan 20

Bangladesh Economics Samity's Regional Seminar held at IU

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13
Jan 20

Bangabandhu's home coming day and the countdown for his birth centenary celebration were observed at Islamic University

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24
Dec 19

Farewell Programme for the Outgoing Overseas Students

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02
Dec 19

IU VC visits Turkish Universities: discussion on MoU

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28
Nov 19

IU VC on a Visit to the USA

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23
Nov 19

IU observes Its 41st University Day

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17
Nov 19

Maximum Number of Participants of the Upcoming South Asian Games from IU

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04
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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Fieldwork of the Fourth Year Students of the Dept. of Folklore Studies at Kalapara, Patuakhali

The fourth year students of the Department of Folklore Studies came back to the campus after completing a ten-day field work at Kalapara, Patuakhali. During their stay (01.09.19 - 10.09.19) they went to the remote places of the aforementioned locality with a view to collecting numerous folkloric jewels. They collected a huge amount of folk songs, folk tales, folk rhymes, riddles, proverbs, local myths, ghost stories, folk beliefs, superstitious beliefs, information about local culture, life and living of the rustic people, folk games and so on. In order to collect these folk elements, the students had to come in close contact with the rural people. These interactions and the experiences that they gathered from the study tour will certainly help them be enriched. The group leaders will present papers on what they collected before the first year, second year and third year students on 16 September, 2019. The following are some of the photographs captured at the time of collecting folk elements.