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Djuice-sponsored inter-pvt university cultural festival Friday
FE Report
3/29/2006
 

          An inter-private university cultural festival, sponsored by djuice, will be held at the Osmany Memorial Auditorium in the city Friday.
It was disclosed at a press conference held in the city Tuesday.
Participants from six private universities will perform in different cultural events focussing mainly on the country's native culture.
Students from American International University Bangladesh, BRAC University, Independent University, Stamford University, the University of Asia Pacific, and the North South University (NSU) will perform on the theme 'Swapna' (dream) at the day-long programme.
The NSU is organising the first ever programme in the country.
NSU Vice Chancellor Hafiz GA Siddiqui will inaugurate the programme and State Minister for Cultural Affairs Selima Rahman is likely to attend its concluding session as the chief guest.
NSU Pro-vice chancellor ASM Khairul Bashar, Head of Marketing Division of the GrameenPhone (GP) Rubaba Dowla Matin were present at the news conference.

 

 
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