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Real Estate / Re: About courses and credits
« on: September 06, 2010, 08:17:44 PM »
Course out line is prepared and defiantly it would be cover 4 years Bachelor Degree. You must contact with BRE head and collect all information's or physically meet with me at my office, New admin building, level-6, DIU at 10.00 am on 08-09-2010.

Hope your clarification would be set on. 

Real Estate / Re: About courses and credits
« on: September 06, 2010, 10:39:05 AM »
Dear Student thanks for yr argue and definitely it should be know which course outline we have been prepared. Masud sir already brief the new courses out line and total credit hours. Hope all the student of BRE will get full curriculum shortly. Already teacher are conducted their classes in the light of modified course out line so don't worry all will be benefited and have no chance for deprive.

For better idea you must meet with BRE Head he will brief you accordingly.

Higher Education: Prior to1996, environmental education in the tertiary sector was rather disjointed and poorly developed. In 1996 Khulna University first offered a 4-year undergraduate degree in Environmental Science. It was the first public university to offer environmental education in Bangladesh.

Sylhet University (another public university) has offered a 4-year undergraduate degree Civil and Environmental Engineering since 1995. Some non-government universities have opened environmental education programs, such as Environmental Studies at North-South University (1995), and Environmental Science and Management at the Independent University (1996) and Environmental Science and Disaster management at Daffodil International University. Recently Dhaka University and Jahangir Nagar University (both public universities) opened undergraduate courses.

In the environment courses described here, student enrollment is very competitive and places available are limited (only 25-40 students in each course). Prospective students need to pay expensive enrollment fees in the non-government universities, so only richer guardians can afford this education. However, facilities for research and fieldwork are inadequate in all of these universities. In addition to these specialized courses all public universities in Bangladesh offer Ecology units in their B.Sc. and honors degrees with Botany or Zoology majors. At post-graduate level, there is a compulsory paper on Ecology in post-graduate Botany and Zoology programs. M.Sc courses in Environmental Management and Earth Science have been offered in Departments of Geography or Geology in some universities. Relatively better environment related units are offered in M.Sc. programs (some times undergraduate level also) in Bangladesh Agricultural University (BAU), Khulna University’s School of Life Sciences and the Civil Engineering Department of the Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET). Environmental Engineering courses at both postgraduate and undergraduate levels are offered at BUET. The Bangladesh Institutes of Technology (BITs) also offer environmental engineering units within their undergraduate civil engineering courses. Polytechnic Institutes offer sanitary engineering units in the final year of three year civil engineering diploma courses. In addition, various institutes like the Public Health Training Institute, National Institute of Preventive and Social Medicine, Social Welfare Institute and Health Education Bureau also offer short-term sanitary engineering units for practitioner engineers, doctors, sanitary officers and social workers.


Real Estate / Re: about BRE
« on: September 03, 2010, 12:23:32 PM »
It is stimulating posting all the students of BRE will be more encourage to see yr practical and theoretical construction there have lot of significant ideas if student can learn I do believe near future all of will be a individual specialist in their respective area. Hope this days are not so far

very good  try to add more picture specially while all the students are working group wise.  


Thanks Jafor keep eyes new posting is coming very soon

« on: August 06, 2010, 10:44:19 PM »
Jafar very good to see your encouraging attitude towards our students. Already we have taken an initiative to publish a  BRE bulletining once a semester. we assigned your teacher Mr. yousuf, I and Head also with this committee. so encourage the student to make some write up or article  in your relevant field. you must communicate with your teacher and follow his guide line.

Hope very soon we will call a meeting with the consent of Head and than you will know the final out line of the bulletin.

Real Estate / Re: Dhaka city is which city ?
« on: August 02, 2010, 01:09:53 AM »
Jafor thanks for your comparison method now every body will be clear how to measure a city.

Real Estate / Re: Dhaka city needs stable transport system...
« on: July 27, 2010, 01:15:36 PM »
Thanks for sharing important issues definitely it is possible through applying modern transportation planning.

Real Estate / Re: Sorry to Kafi sir .
« on: July 20, 2010, 08:52:44 PM »
Thanks all of you. I will try my level best to apply modern teaching method so that you may get proper knowledge and  have made a practical interaction with real field.

Your realization is very positive and hope in the final  examination all of will able to over come the little bit problem and carry out the best marks.

Real Estate / Re: A New Dhaka is Possible (3)
« on: July 19, 2010, 12:38:12 PM »
very good topics go ahead

Real Estate / Re: Sorry to Kafi sir .
« on: July 18, 2010, 12:16:08 PM »
o   I see. you have to see my question always cover my lecture and try to enhance your hidden thinking that value is very high any way go ahead and  try to make more concentration in the next time. Hope u  are able to do lots.

Real Estate / Re: Sorry to Kafi sir .
« on: July 18, 2010, 10:32:54 AM »
why y sorry clear me

Real Estate / Re: Real Estate Sports Team
« on: July 16, 2010, 01:32:25 PM »
Thanks for yr good initiative hope to make more united in BRE student through this sports activities  cos sporting minded students always love to share each others. It is the symbol for all of us to make purified our mentality as well as mind set up.  

you will be know we have a strong sports club that have cried out significant result last year in different events  So my suggestion first you must  complete your registration in sports club than you will form a departmental team so that your participation would be very fruitful in all level. While you will participate on behalf of department that is good but on the other hand while you will participate in Inter-university, National and International level you must need sports club acknowledgment.  

Last South Asian Games our twin brother achieved gold medal and again they are selected another International Games on behalf of Bangladesh they will carry our National flag in this event we pray for them with great success. DIU sports club has taken initiative to make full support as to complete the event successfully.

Real Estate / Re: Exam Alarm!!!!!
« on: July 16, 2010, 01:09:21 PM »
Don't worry try to follow my guide line hop you will over come yr frightness. Exam didn't occur a die it is a way to justify you and yr talents. 

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