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A flash Mob on ICC T20 World Cup-2014, Bangladesh is completed by DIU Cultural Club and the students of university.

You are well come to enjoy it and comment if any through the link below

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CJ2ZwnxUuJA

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DIU Cultural Club / Mission of vision the Club
« on: March 13, 2014, 11:29:23 AM »
1. Collecting new performer in different categories from new students to continue the different program of the club and University smoothly

2. To develop the interaction among all the students of DIU through different activities so that they can work for DIU as well as for DIUCC in a body

3. Encouraging the students to involve in extra-curricular activities out of their academic work

4. Offering students a way to meet with new people with similar interests and a chance to try new experience

5. Developing their presentation and expression so that they can perform better in job sector

6. To enhance the image and new artists of DIU Cultural Club in different cultural activities with the help of this exhibition

7. To make new organizations and give them a chance to develop their organization skills.

8. Uphold the image of DIU nationally and internationally by extra and co-curricular activities through DIU Cultural Club.

9. To uphold the cultural heritage of the country through various cultural activities like music, drama, recitation, dance, organizer etc.

10.To protect indigenous cultural heritage and stand against cultural imperialism.

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DIU Cultural Club / Contact persons & committee
« on: March 13, 2014, 11:17:34 AM »
Advisory Committee:
Convener: Bimal Chandra Das- Assistant Professor, Dept. of Natural Science-01716798018 
Mr.Masud Ibne Rahman, Assistant Professor (Member)
Mr.Mahbub Parvez, Assistant Professor (Member)
Mr.Anuz Kumar Chakrabarty, Lecturer (Member)


Executive Committee:
1. President: Shibli Shaddiq (Student of BBA)-01674610774
2. Vice President : Ela (Student of Pharmacy)
3. Vice President :Emrus (Student of BBA)
4. General Secretary : Sunny (Student of BBA)-01741145219
5. Ass.GeneralSecretary :Roisul (Student of Textile )
6.Program Designer : Ponkoj (Student of Textile)
7.Organizer : Tumpa (Student of CSE)
8. Media and Publication :Rini (Student of Textile )
9.Treasurer :Shadhin (Student of BBA)

 
 Members:
1.Mahadi (Student of ETE)
2.Reza (Student of ETE)
3.Mou (Student of Eng)
4.Babu (Student of BBA)
5.Abdullah (Student of BBA)
 

Honorable Members:
1 .SabbirHossain
2. Md.SazzadHossain
3. AshikurRahman

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The name of the club is Daffodil International University Cultural Club (DIUCC)

2.   Objectives:

The Objectives of the club are as follows:
(a)   To uphold the cultural heritage of the country through various cultural activities like music, drama, recitation, dance, organizer etc.
(b)   To ensure cultural integrity and healthy cultural environment in DIU as well as in national level.
(c)   To exchange cultural views, norms and traditions among different cultural communities of home and abroad.
(d)   To protect indigenous cultural heritage and stand against cultural imperialism.
(e)   To develop the moral standard of the student of DIU through various socio cultural activities.
3.   Membership:
(a)   Any student, teacher or officer of DIU who is of good moral character is eligible for membership of the club.
(b)   Candidature should be accepted or rejected by the advisory committee of the cultural club.
(c)   All members should agree to obey club rules and policies. Violations of club rules and policies shall be grounds for expulsion from the club.
(d)   Student member should maintain at least GPA 3.00 out of 4.00 to continue his/her membership in the club. Executive committee of the students will be selected by the advisory committee after every one year.

4.   Membership Fees:
Membership application from will be available in the office of the club upon payment of TK.50/= as subscription. Once accepted as members, all members will be liable to pay a quarterly (semester wish) subscription fee of TK.50/= only.

5.   Honorary Membership:
The club may award honorary membership to any person with an interest in culture or who has contributed someway to the club (except the student DIU)

6.   Advisory committee:
An Advisory committee will be formed by the proper permission and concern of the Honorable Vice-Chancellor of DIU including four (4) faculty members, one (1) officials of DIU. The Executive Committee is liable to inform and take proper permission from the higher authority through advisor panel and student Affairs department for any club activities.

7.   Executive Committee:
An Executive committee will be formed by the advisory committee who will have the authority to select the members of the executive committee.
The executive committee will comprise of the following positions:
(a)   Chief Organizer
(b)   Organizer
(c)   Members
(a)   Chief Organizer:
Chief organizer will coordinate the activities of the organizer and members and liable to report to the advisory committee.
           (b) Organizer:
There will be five (5) members in the organizing body responsible for respective sections.
There will be four/five section in the organizing body as follows:

1.   Organizers (Event Management):
There will be two members for the event management. They will be responsible for overall supervision of the activities of the program as well as the promotional activities of the cultural program. They will cooperate and assist the management of the university as and when required.


2.    Organizers (Rehearsal):
There will be two members for conducting the rehearsal program. They will responsible for short listing, presenting the participations before the advisory committee and conduct rehearsal as and when necessary. Advisory committee will select the final participants for the particular program.
3.   Organizers (Technical):
He / She will be responsible for collecting musicians (hands), sound systems and lightings of the program.
4.    Organizers (Finance):
He / She will be responsible to manage the fund as well as preparing budget for individual program of the club. He / She will also work as the budget distribution hub of the Advisory committee.
5.   Members:
Members will be selected from the registered members of the club from different departments of the university. Advisory committee will be responsible for selecting the members.
(a)   Regular Activity of the Club:
The club will try to maintain a regular body of participants who will rehears every fortnightly and keep themselves prepare for any upcoming events. All the committee members both from advisory and executive committee will be present in the preparatory and follow up meeting.

(b)   Annual Cultural Competition:
The club will organize an annual cultural competition open to all students of DIU subject to registration.

(c)   Mandatory Event:
The cultural program of the Foundation Day will be observed, maintained and arranged in every year by the cultural club of the University.

(d)   Occasional Program:
Occasional Cultural Programs like Victory Day, Pohela Boishak can be arranged by department or by any faculty subject to written permission from the authority through t

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Allied Health Science / Strawberry in Bangladesh
« on: March 12, 2014, 02:39:50 PM »

A new variety of Strawberry is now being cultivated in Bangladesh.
 
Strawberry is one of the economically important edible fruits through out the world. It is ranked high among small fruits, esteemed as dessert and consumed for its flavour. The fruit contains a higher vitamin C concentration than orange or lemon. Several species of the genus are being cultivated for commercial purpose. Fragaria x ananassa Duch. (family Rosaceae) is one of the most popular strawberry species occurring in the temperate and subtropical region of the of the world. Fragaria x ananassa produces bright red fruits (a modified thalamus) in May–June. It is edible, sweetsour in taste and consumed raw. The strawberry fruits have potential to be used as jam, jelly, syrup and as a foundation in beverage and ice creams.

 

Scientific classification

Kingdom: Plantae
Division: Magnoliophyta
Class: Magnoliopsida
Order: Rosales
Family: Rosaceae
Genus: Fragaria
Species: F. × ananassa


Binomial name:Fragaria × ananassa

The genus Fragaria is propagated by seeds and runners. Propagation by seeds is not adopted commercially as seedlings take a longer time to fruit than plants propagated by runners. Plant propagation through runner, adopted in several species of the genus, produces a limited number of propagules. Although production of propagules through runner has been reported to contribute 90% of total Dutch strawberry production, the product in Elsanta cultivars was found to be susceptible to several fungal diseases.

 
Initiation of Bangladeshi Strawberry

 

Strawberry is one of the most popular fruits in the world. It has been recently introduced in Bangladesh. Plant Breeding and Gene Engineering Laboratory, Dept of Botany, Rajshahi University, as been initiated a research programme since 1998, to develop strawberry (Fragaria xananssa) varieties suitable for cultivation in Bangladesh weather condition. Considerable progress has been achieved and three genotypes have selected through the induction of somaclonal variation. The selected genotypes are proved to be adaptive to Bangladesh and have high yield potential with very good quality fruits. In view of the potential commercial value, it is highly desirable to develop methods for rapid, efficient and large-scale multiplication of these strawberry genotypes using plant tissue culture technique.


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Club or Society of DIU / DIU Cultural Club
« on: March 12, 2014, 12:59:55 PM »
Constitution of Daffodil International University Cultural Club
1.   Name:
The name of the club shall be Daffodil International University Cultural Club (DIUCC)

2.   Objectives:

The Objectives of the club are as follows:
(a)   To uphold the cultural heritage of the country through various cultural activities like music, drama, recitation, dance, organizer etc.
(b)   To ensure cultural integrity and healthy cultural environment in DIU as well as in national level.
(c)   To exchange cultural views, norms and traditions among different cultural communities of home and abroad.
(d)   To protect indigenous cultural heritage and stand against cultural imperialism.
(e)   To develop the moral standard of the student of DIU through various socio cultural activities.
3.   Membership:
(a)   Any student, teacher or officer of DIU who is of good moral character is eligible for membership of the club.
(b)   Candidature should be accepted or rejected by the advisory committee of the cultural club.
(c)   All members should agree to obey club rules and policies. Violations of club rules and policies shall be grounds for expulsion from the club.
(d)   Student member should maintain at least GPA 3.00 out of 4.00 to continue his/her membership in the club. Executive committee of the students will be selected by the advisory committee after every one year.

4.   Membership Fees:
Membership application from will be available in the office of the club upon payment of TK.50/= as subscription. Once accepted as members, all members will be liable to pay a quarterly (semester wish) subscription fee of TK.50/= only.

5.   Honorary Membership:
The club may award honorary membership to any person with an interest in culture or who has contributed someway to the club (except the student DIU)

6.   Advisory committee:
An Advisory committee will be formed by the proper permission and concern of the Honorable Vice-Chancellor of DIU including four (4) faculty members, one (1) officials of DIU. The Executive Committee is liable to inform and take proper permission from the higher authority through advisor panel and student Affairs department for any club activities.

7.   Executive Committee:
An Executive committee will be formed by the advisory committee who will have the authority to select the members of the executive committee.
The executive committee will comprise of the following positions:
(a)   Chief Organizer
(b)   Organizer
(c)   Members
(a)   Chief Organizer:
Chief organizer will coordinate the activities of the organizer and members and liable to report to the advisory committee.
           (b) Organizer:
There will be five (5) members in the organizing body responsible for respective sections.
There will be four/five section in the organizing body as follows:

1.   Organizers (Event Management):
There will be two members for the event management. They will be responsible for overall supervision of the activities of the program as well as the promotional activities of the cultural program. They will cooperate and assist the management of the university as and when required.


2.    Organizers (Rehearsal):
There will be two members for conducting the rehearsal program. They will responsible for short listing, presenting the participations before the advisory committee and conduct rehearsal as and when necessary. Advisory committee will select the final participants for the particular program.
3.   Organizers (Technical):
He / She will be responsible for collecting musicians (hands), sound systems and lightings of the program.
4.    Organizers (Finance):
He / She will be responsible to manage the fund as well as preparing budget for individual program of the club. He / She will also work as the budget distribution hub of the Advisory committee.
5.   Members:
Members will be selected from the registered members of the club from different departments of the university. Advisory committee will be responsible for selecting the members.
(a)   Regular Activity of the Club:
The club will try to maintain a regular body of participants who will rehears every fortnightly and keep themselves prepare for any upcoming events. All the committee members both from advisory and executive committee will be present in the preparatory and follow up meeting.

(b)   Annual Cultural Competition:
The club will organize an annual cultural competition open to all students of DIU subject to registration.

(c)   Mandatory Event:
The cultural program of the Foundation Day will be observed, maintained and arranged in every year by the cultural club of the University.

(d)   Occasional Program:
Occasional Cultural Programs like Victory Day, Pohela Boishak can be arranged by department or by any faculty subject to written permission from the authority through t

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Nutrition and Food Engineering / Steps for upcomming Summer Food
« on: March 11, 2014, 02:22:01 PM »
Summer is the time when we should get up early and get out and exercise; walking, biking, hiking whatever strikes your fancy. It is a time to be active. It is also the time of year when we see a large variety of fresh fruits and vegetables at the Farmers Markets which you should be including in your diet. They are best and most health giving when cooked lightly. Avoid heavy meals, rather cook them lightly by steaming,  sautéing. A few more raw foods than in the winter for those whose digestions can handle it.


kaleSummer grains are; millet and corn. Bean choices are; mung beans, red and yellow lentils, adzuki beans. Fruits; strawberries, raspberries, apricots, gooseberries, peaches, plums, grapes,  melons, blueberries, mangos. Vegetables; lettuces, a variety of dark green bitter vegetables, corn, tomatoes, peas,  cauliflower, sprouts, zucchini, yellow squash, eggplant, green beans, cucumber, bell peppers , etc. Wild greens; lambs quarters, purslane, nettles, chicory, dandelion, and others. Seasonings and herbs such as basil, cilantro, curry, fennel dill, fresh ginger, oregano, marjoram, thyme, scallions, chilies, garlic, garlic shoots.


Eat plenty of seafood: fish, shrimp, clams, lobster, sole, cod, mahi mahi, monk fish, bluefish, swordfish,  whole grilled mackerel or bluefish on an open fire with the yogurt wasabi sauce. Or whatever fish is considered a delicacy where you live.

Paying attention to portion control is a way to lighten up on weight. Make sure you compensate for fluid loss such when exercising or the weather turns hot and humid to maintain electrolyte balance. If you get hot and feel flushed a cool cucumber drink or cucumber salad (quenches thirst), tea of lemon balm (calming and refreshing) or Chinese Chrysanthemum tea with a few gojii berries and a piece or rock candy in it.  This makes a delightful, very lightly sweet drink that actually helps bring down the internal summer heat. One can of course use a little honey or other sweetener instead of rock candy. Melon, lemon or limeade (light on sugar please) are also cooling. Even something like Mung bean soup is good to take down this summer heat.


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Cricket / ICC T20 World Cup 2014 and Bangladesg
« on: March 05, 2014, 12:18:09 PM »
From 16 March to 6 April, Bangladesh will host the 2014 ICC World T20 competition. 16 teams will compete at this international Twenty20 cricket tournament.

For more 

http://bd.bookmyshow.com/cricket/icc-t20-bangladesh/?utm_source=ICC-BD2


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Telecom Forum / Disadvantages of Mobile Phones
« on: February 24, 2014, 11:39:50 AM »
Most media reports would have you believe that research studies on the negative health effects of mobile phones use are few and far between. This article will provide several studies on the different health effects to illustrate that the information is out there, and has been out there for years. In fact, many reports on the health risks of mobile phones have been published over the last few decades.

A study led by Dr Agarwal, Ph.D summarizes some of the researched health consequences of the microwave radiation we are exposed to though mobile phone use:
- See more at: http://www.controlyourimpact.com/2008/03/disadvantages-of-mobile-phones-negative-health-effects/#sthash.udd4yMtl.dpuf

Mobile phones damage key brain cells and could trigger the early onset of Alzheimer’s disease. …Researchers have found that radiation from mobile phone handsets damages areas of the brain associated with learning, memory and movement.

This study was performed on rats, which were exposed to radiation equivalent to that of a cell phone for only two hours. The brains were examined after 50 days, and the researchers found an abundance of dead brain cells in the exposed rats.

The development state of the rat brains that were used are similar to the development state of a teenager’s brain. [8] The researchers emphasized the worrisome impact that mobile phone use has on the developing brain of a teenager.

Furthermore, studies have linked mobile phone use with brain cancer, mouth cancer and leukemia. Most recently, the American Journal of Epidemiology published a study from research author Dr. Siegal Sadetzki, a cancer specialist at Tel Aviv University [9]. The Telegraph published an article about this study and summarized:

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IT Forum / The Importance of Communication in Safety
« on: February 24, 2014, 11:20:22 AM »
At its most basic level, communication is the exchange of ideas or feelings between people. This exchange consists of 55 percent body language, 38 percent voice tone and 7 percent verbal words, according to studies cited by Grey Owl Aviation Consultants Inc. Some circumstances, however, particularly in the workplace, can impede effective communication and lead to such calamities as patient injury, aircraft failure and employee accidents.

History

    The FCC has adopted RF safety guidelines based on qualified recommendations.   

    The U.S. Federal Communications Commission is required by the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (NEPA) to evaluate how RF energy emitted by transmitters and facilities under its regulatory control impact human health. Guidelines were adopted by the FCC in 1985 and updated in 1996 to establish safe RF exposure and absorption limits based on recommendations from the National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements (NCRP), the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), and the American National Standards Institute (ANSI).

Types of Radiation

   
    Radiation is manifested as either ionizing or non-ionizing radiation. Ionizing radiation such as X-rays and gamma rays carry high-intensity electromagnetic energy that can damage biological tissue and genetic DNA material. However, the energy levels associated with RF radiation is not great enough to cause molecular cell damage and falls under the category of non-ionizing radiation.

     

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Orientations / Orientation Program (Spring'2014) and Cultural session
« on: February 23, 2014, 11:14:01 AM »
I would like to inform you that the Orientation Ceremony for the Students of FSIT, FE & FAHS (SWE, MTCA, ESDM, CSE-eve, TE-eve, EEE-eve & NFE) will be held on February 24, 2014 at 4:45 PM in the DIU Auditorium (4th Floor of Sobhanbag Campus, Prince Plaza).

And a gala cultural program conducted by DIU Cultural Club, will be held at 4:45 pm
 You are invited to enjoy the program.
 


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Open Source Forum / THE IMPORTANCE OF VITAMIN E AND VITAMIN C THIS WINTER
« on: October 07, 2013, 12:44:58 PM »
Remember being a kid and hearing your parents say “don’t forget to take your vitamins.” It may have been annoying to hear at the time but, especially with age, there is an increased risk of developing illnesses, diseases, circulatory problems, joint flexibility loss and other health-related issues that may be postponed or even avoided by simply taking the right vitamins. In fact, with Winter and the cold blast of harsh weather roaring in, the chance of catching either a cold or flu may seem an almost imminent fact for most people. Yet, vitamins like Vitamin E and Vitamin C, known as powerful antioxidants, boost the immune system by neutralizing free radicals that are harmful to the body and dramatically improve the chances of remaining healthy throughout the winter season and throughout the entire year.

Vitamin E and Vitamin C individually are both extremely effective when it comes to staying healthy. However, a vitamin formulation, like Vitamin E-Gems with C, combines Vitamin E with Vitamin C, creating a powerful antioxidant blend that work together synergistically to improve the effectiveness of each as a whole. Vitamin C recycles used vitamin E in the body and restores its back into an active antioxidant. This means the body’s Vitamin E resources will not expire as quickly when combined with Vitamin C and that more antioxidants are available to fend off illness and disease for longer periods of time than either Vitamin E or Vitamin C would produce alone.

So along with the thick hat, wrapped scarf, wool gloves and bundled clothing you wear to protect yourself from the cold this Winter season, don’t forget to take your vitamins, in particular, Vitamin E formulations with Vitamin C.


Who Needs Vitamin C?
Everyone who lacks a regular vitamin C intake risks catching illnesses; however, there are groups of people who are even more likely to get sick. These people,who aremost susceptible to contracting disease from lack of vitamin C, fit intothree categories.

Specifically, smokers are at high risk of a vitamin C deficiency. When the National Research Council set the RDA for vitamin C, they did not consider that the body metabolizes vitamin C at a faster rate in smokers and second hand smokers. The set RDA for vitamin C is 60mg, and one cigarette depletes the body of a whopping 25mg.

Moreover, alcohol consumers are also in danger of a low level of vitamin C. A large intake of alcohol can dilute the ascorbic acid in the blood, and increases urinary excretion of vitamin C. Therefore, those who drink alcohol, on a more than regular basis, can have a poor diet. When the alcohol is factored in, the body is lacking an adequate level of vitamin C. One study suggests that doses of vitamin C at 500 to 1,000 mg per day can aid in the treatment of alcoholism

Those, who have stress filled lives, especially need a higher level of vitamin C intake. When a person is under stress, the adrenal glands are depleted of vitamin C. At this occurrence, the blood reaches a high oxidation level which makes the adrenal glands unable to fight off toxins; therefore, to protect the body, one must consume a higher level of vitamin C. Studies have shows that when animals (who are able to produce their own vitamin C) are in stressful conditions their bodies produce a higher level of vitamin C to cope with stress. Humans cannot produce their own vitamin C; however, they can consume it in a variety of ways.

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Faculty Forum / Heavy Weight Song of 11th foundation day
« on: February 20, 2013, 05:00:47 PM »
 

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Common Forum/Request/Suggestions / Saraswati Puja-2013
« on: February 05, 2013, 01:11:39 PM »
We are going to organize Saraswati Puja 1419 at DIU campus.
All of you are cordially invited in this festival. 




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Common Forum/Request/Suggestions / New Year 2013
« on: January 01, 2013, 10:49:22 AM »


We hope better future for Bangladesh from today

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