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Events of DIU / Celebration of "Eid Ul Adha" @ DIU with Foreign Students
« on: October 16, 2013, 09:08:47 PM »
DIU has celebrated "Eid Ul Adha" with its Foreign students at Dhanmondi Campus. Students of different countries joined the program to celebrate Eid. They enjoyed the program much.

Fuel cells are self-contained power generation devices that are able to produce reliable electricity for residential, commercial, industrial and transportation applications. A fuel cell can convert hydrogen directly into electricity that can be used to power an electric car, for example, or a home.

What Are the Benefits?

In fuel cells, the use of hydrogen produces fewer greenhouse gases than does burning fossil fuels. Fuel cells convert energy efficiently, which helps conserve energy resources. And a byproduct of this electro-chemical process is pure water—a clear benefit for the environment.

However, hydrogen—a tasteless, odorless, colorless gas—is not found freely in nature. It must be extracted from other substances.

Before fuel cells can achieve widespread use in vehicle or stationary-power markets, hydrogen as a fuel will have to be readily available.

None of this will happen overnight. Hydrogen will become part of the world's energy supply step by step as technical challenges are overcome and market forces create new opportunities. This could take decades.


Daffodil International University is going to observe "International Mother Language Day" for the first time in its well decorated permanent Campus at Ashulia. The rally will start at 7:30 am from the Dhanmondi campus of DIU. Students and officers of DIU will mark the day by paying tribute to language martyr those who sacrificed their soul for Bangla Language.

There is no country in the world who sacrificed life only for language. We are proud of our language martyr who made us unique in this world
and praying for the departed soul of our people who paid their last breathe for country in 1952.

The remarkable 11th Foundation Anniversary at permanent campus

Daffodil International University has celebrated its 11th Foundation Anniversary on 16th February,2013 with colorful festive atmosphere at its permanent Campus at Ashulia where the participation of all was a foot step to be the five star University in the World. The program was celebrated with boundless enjoyment where more than 8,000 students participated.
The main attraction is the structure of the entrance gate. The campus building is also another significant one where “Green Technology” is used to reduce Carbon emission by using double layer ceramic bricks which keep the class room cool without air condition. The final magnetism for the students is the playing ground where they enjoyed the day with their full effort to express solidarity of being marked as five star.

The cultural program was an excellent one which creates boundless joy among all the participants. The final attraction was band “Shironamhin” that offers the wave of joy among all the participants. The served breakfast and lunch was so tasty and liked by all.

Students will take forward the relationship of Bangladesh and America in future, visiting US Assistant Secretary for Educational and Cultural Affairs Ann Stock said on Tuesday stressing on an educational exchange programme.
 â€œAmerican students studying here and Bangladeshi students studying in the US are going to match the Bangladesh-US relationship for the next 50 years,” Stock said at a meet the press programme.

She said during their studies, students get the opportunity to learn about each other’s language, tradition, culture, institutions, religious beliefs and food habits, which she termed as ‘important for working together’.

“We need to know each other at the people-to-people level,” she said.

Stock said they want to see more Bangladeshi students in American universities and more American students studying in Bangladesh.

“There were 3,314 Bangladeshi students studying in US universities in 2012. We want to make it as high as we can,” she said.

“It (studying) opens a world for students ... It builds relationship,” she said adding that this type of relationship stays ‘lifelong’.

She said there were 4,000 Americans and Bangladeshis working together after studying each other’s country.

The Assistant Secretary came to Bangladesh on Feb 9 as part of her visit to South Asian countries to engage with youths whom she called the ‘next leaders’ of Bangladesh and the US.

Stock, in her present capacity, promotes international mutual understanding through a wide range of academic, cultural, private sector, professional, youth and sports exchange programmes.

She said during her interactions she found Bangladeshi youths ‘exciting and vibrant’.


BCS Cadre / Try to fill up your dream! by 34th BCS exam
« on: February 08, 2013, 02:03:22 AM »
Circular for 34th BCS exam out

The Bangladesh Public Service Commission (PSC) on Thursday issued the circular for the 34th Bangladesh Civil Service (BCS) examination to fill some 2,050 vacant posts of different cadres.

The PSC issued the circular on its website (

Online filling of forms and fees deposition will start at 10am Feb 18.

The aspirants will be able to submit application forms until 6pm Mar 19 and the fees until 6pm Mar 22.

As many as 442 eligible candidates, including 200 in administrative cadre and 80 in police, will be recruited from the general category through the 34th BCS exam.

Besides, 487 candidates will be recruited from the professional and technical categories, while 64 will be recruited for the government-run teachers training colleges from the general education cadre category.


Travel / Visit / Tour / Beautiful Bangladesh wonderful Sylhet
« on: February 05, 2013, 05:36:33 PM »
Srimongal is the place of tea gardens, hills and forest areas on the hills. Within your eyesight you will find green throughout. Its is famous for the largest tea gardens of world covered by lush green carpet. One can have a look into the spectacular tea processing at Tea Research Institute. Bangladesh produces and exports a large quantity of high quality tea every year. Most of the tea estates are in Sremongol. It is called "The land of two leaves and a bud".
It is also called camellia, green carpet or Tea Mountain. There are a lot of tea estates including the largest one in the world. The terraced tea garden, pineapple, rubber and lemon plantations from a beautiful landscape. It is known as the tea capital in Bangladesh. Just offer entering into the tea estates the nice smells and green beauty will lead you many kilometers away. There are some hotels in Srimongol where you can stay, but if you can manage to stay in the Tea garden or Bangladesh Tea Research Institute that will give you a different type of memorable experience.

Travel / Visit / Tour / Lawacherra Rain Forest at Sylhet
« on: January 31, 2013, 04:58:42 PM »
Lawacherra Rain Forest is one of the important & well-reserved forests in Bangladesh. Here visitor may see gibbons swimming through the trees and birds like bee-eater owls parrot. It is a good habitant of Deer, leopard, wild chicken, squirrel, and python. Don't miss it especially if you are bird watcher. The terrain is hilly and vegetation is fairly thick. Only one rare Chloroform tree of Asia is prime attraction.

Khasia & Manipuri is two important ethnic-tribe live here. Manipuri is famous for its rich culture especially for dancing, singing. They are also famous for their traditional weaving. You can buy their handicrafts exquisitely woven woolen. Shawls, Sharee, bed-cover and some should a bags. It is known as colorful community. Khasia tribe is famous for their betel leaf cultivation. They make their villages high on hilltop in deep forest and so far from town. It is like "A Piece of Paradise". Certainly it will please you.

Md. Maruf Chowdhury.

Transforming Failure into Success / "Success" and "failure".
« on: January 31, 2013, 09:55:33 AM »
"success" and "failure".

Most people operate with the following mental model:

They see themselves in the middle, with success on one end and failure on the other. They do everything they can to move toward success and away from failure. But, what if you reconfigured that model?

Instead of viewing failure as something to be avoided, turn it into a "stepping-stone" on the path to success and gratification. In other words: Success is the destination. Failure is how you get there.
To achieve significant success in today's world, failure is not just a possibility. It's a requirement. We must see success and failure for what they truly are. They're not opposites, but instead opposite sides of the same coin.

Permanent Campus of DIU / DIU owned almost 95% floor area of Prince Plaza.
« on: November 10, 2012, 06:04:03 PM »
It is a matter of great pleasure that on its regular expansion activity Daffodil International University has already owned almost 95% of floor space of Prince Plaza. The authority is on the way to establish a congenial environment in the building both for the purpose of smooth learning and teaching. All the students are requested to use all of its facilities like lift, Escalators, Front Stairs keeping in mind that these are the properties of Daffodil International University.

BCS Cadre / Probable Marks Distribution in BCS Preliminary Exam
« on: November 04, 2012, 10:32:08 PM »
Before sitting for preliminary exam candidate can take a clear idea about the question pattern.

The probable Marks Distribution are given below

Bangla  = 20 Marks (20 MCQ)
English = 20 Marks (20 MCQ)
Math    = 20 Marks (20 MCQ)
General Science =  20 Marks (20 MCQ)
General Knowledge = 20 Marks (20 MCQ)

Total = 100 Marks (100 MCQ) Time: 1 Hour.

Best of Luck for all Candidates.

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