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Re: Brand Image of DIU
« Reply #45 on: December 26, 2010, 03:46:43 PM »
Students are the centre of an educational institute. I believe that without making them attentive to study and by this,making them quality student, brand image is quite difficult to be established. Because when they will go to job market and will be unable to prove them,then all advertisements will be fallen flat & people will make fun of it. So students should be more responsible about their study as they are brand-ambassadors of this university. We,teachers should keep it in our mind also.
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Re: Brand Image of DIU
« Reply #46 on: June 08, 2011, 08:15:38 PM »
Everybody, everywhere needs a marketing strategy. The CNN has an interview with marketing guru Philip Kotler in which he provides five tips for marketing success. Among the things he says, he stresses the importance of “knowing your customer” and “owning your branding”, which basically means listen to the people and focus on the brand experience.
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Re: Brand Image of DIU
« Reply #47 on: June 22, 2011, 07:32:17 PM »
Brand is much more than a name or a logo. Brand is everything, and everything is brand.

Brand is your strategy.

Brand is your calls to action. If Martin Luther King had offered people free toasters if they marched on Washington, that would have been his brand. Are your calls to action brave and inspiring or tacky? Are they consistent with some strategy that makes sense? Getting more Facebook "likes" isn't a strategy, in and of itself. If you're a humanitarian organization, the things you ask your constituents to do are your brand.

Brand is your customer service. If donors call your organization all excited and get caught up in a voicemail tree, can't figure out who they should talk to, and leave a message for someone unsure if it's the right person, that's your brand. It says you don't really care all that much about your donors. If they come to your annual dinner and can't hear the speaker because of a lousy sound system, that's your brand. It says that you don't think it's really important whether they hear what you have to say or not. If the clerk at your checkout counter is admiring her nails and talking on her cell phone, she's your brand, whether she's wearing one of the nice new logo caps you bought or not.

Brand is the way you speak. If you build a new website and fill it with outdated copy, you don't have a new brand. If the copy is impenetrable — a disease of epidemic proportion in the humanitarian sector — that's your brand. If you let social service jargon, acronyms, and convoluted abstractions contaminate everything you say, that's your brand. If your annual report puts people to sleep, that's your brand. If it's trying to be all things to all people, that's your brand.

Message is a central part of your brand, but message alone cannot make a great brand. How many times have you encountered a product or service that didn't live up to what the copy writers told you about it? That disconnect is your brand.

Brand is the whole array of your communication tools. Brand is the quality of the sign on the door that says, "Back in 10 minutes." It's whether you use a generic voicemail system with canned muzak-on-hold, or whether you create your own custom program. The former says you are just like everyone else and you're fine with that; the latter says you are original. You might have a pretty sale banner that adheres to all the right visual standards, but if it's sagging and hung up with duct tape, that's your brand. It says you don't pay attention to the details. Can you imagine seeing a crooked banner with duct tape in an Apple store? Never. And that's their brand. It says that the motherboard in the Mac isn't hanging by a thread either.

In the digital age, user interface is your brand. If your website's functionality frustrates people, it says that you don't care about them. Brand extends even to your office forms, the contracts you send out, your HR manuals. Do you rethink traditional business tools or default to convention? The choice you make says a lot about how innovative your brand is.

Brand is your people. Brand is your people and the way they represent you. Having a good team starts with good hiring and continues with strong and consistent training and development. No matter how well your employees adhere to your new brand style guide, if they couldn't care less about the job they're doing, that's your brand.

Brand is your facilities. Are the lights on, or is your team working in darkness? Is the place clean and uncluttered? Does it have signage that's consistent with your visual standards? Does it look and feel alive? Your home is your brand.

Brand is your logo and visuals, too. A great brand deserves a great logo and great graphic design and visuals. It can make the difference when the customer is choosing between two great brands. But these alone cannot make your brand great.

Ultimately, brand is about caring about your business at every level and in every detail, from the big things like mission and vision, to your people, your customers, and every interaction anyone is ever going to have with you, no matter how small.

Whether you know it or not, whether you have a swanky logo or not, you do have a brand. The question is whether or not it's the brand you really want.

http://blogs.hbr.org/pallotta/2011/06/a-logo-is-not-a-brand.html?cm_sp=most_widget-_-blog_posts-_-A%20Logo%20Is%20Not%20a%20Brand
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Re: Brand Image of DIU
« Reply #48 on: September 26, 2011, 03:01:58 PM »
Exactly..when our students will perform good outside DIU,DIU will get brand image...we,teachers & students should understand this & we should not expect free marks from teachers,we should earn marks from our teacher by our performance! When students & teachers will work hard & together,success will not be at far point!
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Department of Law
Daffodil International University.

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Re: Brand Image of DIU
« Reply #49 on: October 29, 2011, 10:14:00 AM »
Dear sir,
I think these things are essential for Brand image of any university-

1. Permanent campus
2. Hostel facilities
3. Transport facilities
4. Enough classroom and laboratory facilities
5. Enriched and qualified faculty members
6. Qualified students
7. Job orientated workshop and fair
8. Research and publications
9. Local and International Seminar
10. Discussion about important issues of country
11. Social activities for the people

so, if any lacking of DIU, we must recover one by one for the brand image
Muhammad Arifur Rahman
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Department of Pharmacy

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Re: Brand Image of DIU
« Reply #50 on: November 16, 2011, 01:13:33 PM »
I can add something,
First we have to determine where we have to increase brand image.
There are some groups of people to whom we can create awareness for branding.
1. Parents. How? ans is like, giving leaflet or showing some video or documentary in front of them,when HSC or SSC exam takes place.
2. Students. How? Now a day’s students are mainly the decision maker for admitting in a bachelor courses. so to ans this question is like, visiting colleges continuously with a fun package (Instant Computer gaming contest, Fun Game) to just inform them that DIU is believe "Education with Fun".
3. Teachers. How? Before admitting university, student generally council with their college teachers. If they refer DIU, that will be a great branding. To do that we can arrange seminar for college teacher or by giving publications time to time or may be take writings or column from them to publish in DIU Magazine. Theses may be some ways for motivating them.

Thanks.
Syed Noor Alam
Nutrition and Food Engineering (NFE)
Daffodil International University

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Re: Brand Image of DIU
« Reply #51 on: November 27, 2011, 05:13:26 PM »
"Many thanks to Allah who gave us life after having given us death and (our) final return (on the Day of Qiyaamah (Judgement)) is to Him"

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Re: Brand Image of DIU
« Reply #52 on: November 28, 2011, 03:56:45 PM »
"Many thanks to Allah who gave us life after having given us death and (our) final return (on the Day of Qiyaamah (Judgement)) is to Him"

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Re: Brand Image of DIU
« Reply #53 on: February 25, 2012, 01:46:07 PM »
By ensuring quality and publicity, we can increase the brand image.

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Re: Brand Image of DIU
« Reply #54 on: March 02, 2012, 11:14:28 AM »
A number of leading global companies have already started practising the concept of enhancing their brand image by contributing to the society.
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Re: Brand Image of DIU
« Reply #55 on: March 07, 2012, 08:08:53 PM »

We are providing laptop and we have learning feedback, insallah we can establish brand name.  
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Re: Brand Image of DIU
« Reply #56 on: March 30, 2012, 02:13:13 PM »
Recently Daffodil International University has become a member of International University Association. Furthermore, DIU signed MoU with China's one of the best Universities- GUNAGDONG University and Professor Dr. M. Lutfar Rahman, President, Bangladesh Electronic Society, and Vice-Chancellor, Daffodil International University received “Global Academic Excellence Award” from Amity University, the 6th best university in India from 19-22 February, 2012. Congratulations and three cheers.

We are proud of our university.
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Re: Brand Image of DIU
« Reply #57 on: April 01, 2012, 09:26:29 AM »
As a DIU family member we are proud for this.
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« Reply #58 on: April 02, 2012, 11:11:18 AM »
increase DIU Alumni collaboration .
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Mail: shahadat@daffodilvsarity@diu.edu.bd
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Re: Brand Image of DIU
« Reply #59 on: April 19, 2012, 11:34:15 AM »
Dear Sir,

I hope you are fine with your family. I am here fine too.
This is me, Azizur Rahman Rasel, ex student of Daffodil International University.
I have done my bachelor under the Business Administration with the major in Finance.
I am feeling proud to be a graduate student from Daffodil International University.
I came in USA on 25 October, 2010. Before coming USA, I have completed my bachelor degree from DIU.
I came in USA with family visa (F1 Visa).
My intention is not only making money over here, but also study in higher education.
Mean while, I applied some universities and colleges over here. But none them accept me without TOEFL or GMAT.
I was thinking, what should I do.
At this time, I had to evaluate my former credentials from wes.org. They evaluated my former education level whatever I got from Bangladesh. They announced that the degree I got from DIU is the same as the undergraduate degree in USA.
They evaluated every courses by courses comparable to the USA education system. I think, this is the great achievement for DIU also.
Then I applied at Walsh College as a transfer student in Michigan. This the only business related institutions in the Michigan state. They are only offering business degree, nothing else.
But, they also wanted a TOEFL score for my admission. I told them, I did my bachelor degree in English instruction medium. They wanted the prove of that.
Then I showed them some of the recommendation letter that I got from our (DIU) VC, Dean, and from the department head.
Thats the way I got the admission over there. But they gave me another condition. They would accept me as a regular student if I got the pass mark on Principles of Business Communications
(at least 73 out of 100, C grade) and have to get 4 out of 6 on easy writing online exam conducted by Educational Testing Service (ETC).
Another important information is that, here none of Bangladeshi students have graduated from Walsh College yet. So, I have the chance to be the first Bangladeshi graduate student from my current college. I will carry Bangladeshi flag on my graduation day.
I would be graduated end of the 2013 or first month of 2014.
Right now, I am working in to companies alternatively.
I am living with my mother.
Thats all I have right now.
You would be glad to know that is my another friend, who is studying at Shenyang Aerospace University, in China in International business.
His name is Roni Bhowmik. Both we were have graduated same time from Daffodil International University. I think you know about him.
That all today.
Take care.

Thanking you

Azizur Rahaman Rasel
ID-072-11-1903
Final CGPA 3.90
Section - C
Major-Finance
Department of Business & Economics
Daffodil International University

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