PhD seminar held at EB

PhD seminar organized by the English Department of the Islamic University (IU). Photo: Daily Rights

A PhD seminar titled ‘Literature of Bangladeshi Minorities: A Socio-Economic Research’ has been organized by the English Department of the Islamic University (IU).

The seminar was organized at noon on Wednesday (February 10) at the Rabindra-Nazrul Kala Bhavan of the university.

Professor of English. Md. Under the supervision of Mizanur Rahman, the main research paper was presented in the seminar in the academic year 2014-15 PhD researcher Md. Jahidul Islam. During this time he presented research in two episodes.

The first part is ‘Introduction to Ethnic Communities of Bangladesh: Literature and Culture of Manipuri, Tripura and Chakma Tribes’ and the second part is ‘Research on the Impact of Culture and Literature on the Creativity and Employment of Ethnic Students in English as a Foreign Language’.

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Professor Dr. President of the Department of English at the seminar. Delete. Salma Sultana was present as the chief negotiator of the same department. Shahadat Hossain Azad. Besides, the invited teachers were present at the seminar conducted by Assistant Professor Prakash Chandra Biswas.

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