ULAB Business Club organized Seminar on ‘Graduate Business Education Aboard’

 

ULAB Business Club organized Seminar on ‘Graduate Business Education Aboard’ on 12.12.2017 at ULAB Campus – A, Auditorium from 5 PM to 6:30 PM. The seminar was to discuss about the challenges and obstacles that any undergraduate student face while they decide to study abroad. Different faculty members from University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB) shared about their experiences while they studied abroad with emerging students to help them get a better idea about how to establish themselves while being away from home. ULAB Business Club Adviser Mr. Niaz Morshed Patwary, Associate Professor Mr. Dr. Minhaz Uddin Ahmed, Senior Lecturer Mr. Ashique Mahmood Adnan, and Lecturer Mr. Kamrul Hassan Sunon were some of the mentioned faculties to be present at the seminar.

Online Self Registration Spring 2018 (Undergraduate)

ONLINE REGISTRATION FOR SPRING 2018 (UNDERGRADUATE)

Online Registration for Spring 2018 term will be held on December 14, 21 and 23, 2017. Students are requested to complete their registration, on campus/out of campus, as per the following schedule:

Date Time Batch

14 Dec’17

9.30 am – 10.00 am

133

14 Dec’17

10.10 am – 11.00 am

141

14 Dec’17

11.10 am – 12.00 pm

142

14 August

12.10 pm – 1.00 pm

143

14 Dec’17

2.00 pm – 2.50 pm

151

14 Dec’17

3.00 pm – 3.50 pm

152

14 Dec’17

4.00 pm –4.50 pm

153

21 Dec’17

9.30 am – 10.30 am

161

21 Dec’17

10.40 am – 11.40 am

162

21 Dec’17

11.50 am – 12.50 pm

163

21 Dec’17

2.00 pm – 2.50 pm

171

21 Dec’17

3.00 pm – 03.50 pm

172

21 Dec’17

4.00 pm – 4.50 pm

173

23 Dec’17

10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Reserved for all batches

NOTE :

  • Students on PROBATION (CGPA below 2.00) are advised to visit Registrar’s Office as per the schedule mentioned above to complete their registration.
  • Students who will register for Internship/Project/Thesis/Dissertation are advised to visit Controller of Exams Office (Room # A-202, adjacent to Library) on 14, 17, 18, 19, 20 & 21 December 2017 (9.30am – 4.30pm) to complete their registration. Students must bring the CHECK-LIST FORM duly signed by the respective Program Coordinator during the registration.
  • Students are advised to collect Advising Slip (Registration print-out) within 26 December 2017 from their respective ADVISORS.
  • Registrar’s Office will not provide printout of students (except students on probation)
  • Student will have to pay Tk. 500/- as late registration fine if:
    • s/he collects the print out after 26 December 2017, and/or
    • s/he registers after 26 December 2017.
  • Students who have not cleared their dues will not be allowed to complete registration.
  • Students of Fall’12 to Spring’17 batches are to pay Tk. 20,000 (twenty thousand) as a part of payment of tuition fee before Registration.

 

 

Professor Akhtar Ahmed
Registrar

Seminar on Climate Change and Finance

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ULAB Yes Club, in collaboration with ULAB Sustainable Development Club has organized a seminar on Climate change and Finance. The seminar was conducted on 11.12.2017 from 10:30 AM till 11:45 AM at Campus – B Seminar Room. The main speaker of the event was Mr. Muhammad Zakir Hossain Khan, senior program manager TIB. He shared real life examples and gave tips about how to mitigate the problems that were arising. It was a very fruitful event. Lecturer & Adviser of ULAB Sustainable Development Club Mr. Joy Bhowmik, and ULAB YES Club Adviser Mr. Muhammad Hasibul Hasan were also present in the workshop.

Career Development Program “Skills 4 Career” Fall 2017 held at ULAB

ULAB Career Services Office (CSO) conducted the programme “Skills for Career” at ULAB Permanent Campus, Ramchandrapu, Mohammadpur and ULAB Campus B consecutively on 30 November and 9 December, 2017. The program is designed to introduce students to employability skills and career entry strategies and prepare them to cope with different types of organizational culture. Students participated in activities to sharpen their knowledge on career Planning, time Management, networking skills, communication skills, interpersonal Skills, team building skills, etc. They also learnt about job analysis, interview techniques and job search techniques.

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55 students participated in the first day of the 2-day long program from across departments. 6 teams were formed for different workshops. Real life scenarios were created through participatory games to make participants understand about practical work.

Mr. Ashique Mahmood Adnan, Lecturer, School of Business (USB), and Mr. Abu Rasel, Director, Career Services, conducted the participatory workshops.

Assistant Professors, School of Business (USB), Mr. Shubhankar Shil and Mr. Abdul Baten shared their experiences and thoughts during the certificate awarding session with the participants.

Charity Cultural Show

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ULAB Social Welfare Club, in collaboration with ULAB Shangskriti Shangshad organized Charity Cultural Show Fall 2017 for winter clothing collection and distribution. The program took place on 6.12.2017 at ULAB Campus-A Auditorium from 4:30 PM to 7 PM where the core focus was to collect warm clothing to be distributed among poor and unprivileged people of our country. Donations were also collected during the show. Tickets were sold among students, admin, and faculty members to ensure their participation in the cultural show. The length of the show was of 3 hours where performers from ULAB Shangskriti Shangshad, Theatre ULAB, and ULAB Literary Society performed live songs, dance, and drama performance to make the event a successful one. Vice-Chancellor Professor Mr. Dr. H. M. Jahirul Haque, MBA Coordinator Mr. Moinak Kanungo, and ULAB Business Club Adviser Mr. Niaz Morshed Patwary were among the many faculty/ advisers to be present in the event. The event concluded with Vote of thanks by ULAB Social Welfare Club Adviser Ms. Selima Quader Chowdhury.

Club Orientation Day Fall 2017

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ULAB Co-Curricular Office organized Club Orientation Day Fall 2017 on 30.11.2017 to welcome freshers along with existing students to be introduced with all the clubs and their activities at University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh. The program was held at Campus-A Auditorium from 12:30 pm to 3:00 pm where opening segment included presentations regarding Orientation Guideline for new members. Welcome speech by Advisor of Co-Curricular Activities, Dr. Pinki Shah was given afterwards. The program also included Active member and Best Active Member Award distribution, video presentation of clubs, introduction to ULAB Model United Nation Association, cultural programs, prize distribution of slow cycling competition and Indoor cricket competition. Advisors from different clubs were present during the program to inspire students with their kind words about club activities at ULAB. The program concluded with Vote of thanks by Dr. Pinki Shah.

Fragmented Memory, Incomplete History: Women and Nation in the War Films of Bangladesh

The Department of English and Humanities invited Dr. Fahmida Akhter, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Drama and Dramatics at Jahangirnagar University, to give a talk titled “Fragmented Memory, Incomplete History: Women and Nation in the War Films of Bangladesh.” The talk was held in the Campus B Seminar Room on November 30, 2017 at 11.oo am. The talk was attended by Dr. Kaiser Haq of DEH, Dr. Din Mohammad Sumon Rahman of MSJ, Dr. Somdatta Mondal of Bishwabharati University, Kolkata, with other faculty and students of various departments as well as faculty from other universities.

The talk focused on the most important and celebrated chapter in the history of Bangladesh is its nine-month long Liberation War (Muktijuddho in Bengali) of 1971. Dr. Akhtar’s research explores the ways in which memories and histories of the war are shaped by the gender dynamics of nationalism in different periods through examining war-themed films of Bangladesh. By covering both mainstream and alternative war films produced just before, during and after the war, from 1970 to 2011, Dr. Akhtar traces the various ways in which men and women are represented in war films and construct the idea of nation. She also unpacks the politics and aesthetics of war films, contextualizing them as they intersect with the socio-historical contexts. Employing textual and visual analyses with using solid theoretical scholarship, both from the East and the West, concerning cinematic representation of the past, women and nation, she argues that the different power structures of men and women constructed in war films are in accordance with the dominant ideology of the society. The Liberation War was a people’s war, involving manifold participation of both men and women from different classes, religions and localities. Despite this reality, cinematic representations of the War have always portrayed the combat experience as an exclusively masculine enterprise. By contrast, women have been constructed in the films as passive victims or in subordinate roles. Woman is valorized in one instance, in her idealized portrayal as the ‘mother-nation’; this iconic projection of woman, however, highlights men’s heroic defence of their motherland. On the other hand, female rape victims in the war are framed as shame or dishonour for the nation and are offered a customary exclusion by suicide, death or occasionally by some other means at the end of the war films. Dr. Akhtar has argued that war films exclude the raped women from the narratives in order to maintain a perceived purity of the nationalist discourse, following the national politics, culture and historiography of Bangladesh.

The talk was followed by a lively question-answer and discussion session between members of the audience and the speaker.

 

ULAB Career Services Office (CSO) and USB MBA Program jointly organized a workshop on “Preparation for Competitive Bank Job Exam”

ULAB Career Services Office (CSO) and USB MBA Program jointly organized a workshop on “Preparation for Competitive Bank Job Exam” held at the Auditorium, Campus A on Friday, 24 November 2017 in association with Mentors. The program was designed focusing on information an applicant needs to know to prepare himself for Bank Job exam, what to do, and what knowledge, skills and techniques is necessary.

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The workshop started with a mock Bank Job Exam assessment test, to asses he level of expertise of the participants. In his speech Mr. Md. Shah Naoaj, Deputy Director, Banking Regulation & Policy Department, Bangladesh Bank highlighted the importance of staying updated on current Job market scenario and the specifics required for the financial sector. The next speaker Mr. Mir Md. Moyazzem Hosen, Deputy Director, Banking Regulation & Policy Department, Bangladesh Bank advised to emphasize on more practices of the previous Bank Job Exam questions and talked about the importance of learning analytical math, English vocabulary and keeping updated about current affairs.

After the speaking session, the event went ahead through an interactive Q/A session. Students from BBA and MBA departments participated the workshop.