Eminence College Organized Orientation for the Students!

Eminence College Organized Orientation for the Students!

Eminence College run by Daffodil Family organized an orientation for the students of 2020-2021 of the BBA and CSE Program. Professor Dr. Md. Moshiur Rahman, Honorable Vice Chancellor, National University of Bangladesh was present as the Chief Guest in the program where Dr. Md. Sabur Khan, Chairman of Daffodil Family was present as the Special Guest Mr. Mohammed Nuruzzaman, Chief Executive Officer of Daffodil Family, and Mr. Rathindranath Das, Executive Director, Eminence College were present as the Guests of Honor. The program was presided over by Professor Dr. Ahmed Ismail Mostafa, Chairman, Board of Governors, Eminence College. Mrs. Shabnam Sharif, Acting Principal of Eminence College also addressed in the program. 

While speaking as the chief guest Vice-Chancellor of the National University Prof. Dr. Md. Mashiur Rahman said that in order to quench the thirst of the motherland, every student has to be developed as a good citizen through the practice of culture and regular sincerity, integrity, and perseverance. Through this, Bangladesh will be well-established as a dignified country in the world, 

Vice-Chancellor Dr. Mashiur Rahman also said to the students, you are currently living in the digital world. The cell phone is in your hand. You sick friendships on YouTube, and Facebook. I am not against all this. Because you have a thirst for friendship. Mother has a thirst for love. There is an urge to Associate with you. Remember this organization also has a thirst. The thirst of this organization is you will be a successful person, good person, and humane person after finishing reading and listening here. The Vice-Chancellor said, “We want the whole of Bangladesh to be a brooding ground for non-communal consciousness. This is the thirst of my country. So my request to you would be in the use of language, in the practice of culture, in the thought of science, in the thought of free thought in all that we can fill this country. This freedom was achieved by the blood of 3 million martyrs. We got this beautiful country in exchange for the disgrace of our two lakh mothers and sisters. We owe them. You become addicted to the scientific thinking of the future, perseverance, reading, and writing as well as co-curricular and extracurricular activities through which you will build the next Bangladesh. An ideal human Bangladesh will be created by your hands. “We do not want to be a rich state,” he added. A state that is suddenly destroyed by a rocket attack. We want to be a human Bangladesh, a country that shelters millions of refugees, Where the dignity of our flag will be raised. Only then can we be bound by the blood debt of 3 million martyrs. Their souls will find peace. 

Daffodil Family Chairman Dr. Md. Sabur Khan said students should be educated in modern and information technology-based education. Being an entrepreneur requires creating workspaces for others. He urged the students to concentrate on developing themselves as suitable people for the Fourth Industrial Revolution or Industry 4.0 by utilizing art & cultural practices and technology besides academic education. Dr. Md. Sabur Khan also said that the changes that Daffodil has brought in the field of education have been able to attract everyone’s attention. Now is the time to combine all the best practices of information technology. We have to build a new Bangladesh by following the good practices and experiences of others, he said. At the end of the program, a captivating cultural program was held with the participation of the students.

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