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NEW EDITION OF THE GET IN THE RING COMPETITION - APPLICATIONS ARE OPEN

The ‘16/’17 edition of the Get in the Ring competition officially kicked off and the startup applications are open!
Last year we battled at 130+ events, in 80 countries and this year the competition will be even bigger: 150+ events, 100 countries and one big Global Startup Conference with the Global Final in March 2017.

Imagine yourself, standing in a boxing ring, battling head-to-head. Picture an enthusiastic crowd, existing of investors, business leaders and entrepreneurs who can help you scale up your business. Check all events here, and apply for a city near you or a city where you always dreamed of going.

We can’t wait to meet you!

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Get in the Ring / Photos of Get in the Ring National Final 2015
« on: January 19, 2016, 03:47:57 PM »
Please click on the link for more photos:

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B9U84zvYgVdnT2dYcEZUcHN6Q1E

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Get in the Ring / Bangladesh Has Found Its Champion for Get in the Ring
« on: January 19, 2016, 03:45:44 PM »
January 19, 2016

The first edition of Get in the Ring Bangladesh was held on 17th of January 2016 in Dhaka hosted by Daffodil International University. After a 60 days selection round and grooming 8 finalists got the chance to Get in the Ring in front of the audience and the chief guest Dr. Atiur Rahman, Governor of Bangladesh Bank. It was a unique evening in the history of Bangladesh with music, dancing and strong battles between the startups. The Eight finalists Bioscope.com.bd, The Bridge, One Roof, Bagher Bachcha, My Doctor, GameXot, Food for People (FFP) and Drisa battled for a spot in the final round to win the title of National Champion, Get in the Ring Bangladesh. The winner secures a ticket to the Regional Final in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia going to be held on 15th of February 2016.

The winners of the first four battles – The Bridge, Drisa, My Doctor, and FFP faced against each other in the final battle. The tensions was high during this battle, even the jury deliberated needed extra time to choose a winner. In the end Food for People (FFP) was selected as the winner. The start-up took off last year after 23-year-old Atikur Rahman realized that a plentiful amount of food goes to waste every day in various functions and restaurants in Dhaka, which the city's needy people could do with.

Food for People CEO, Md Atikur Rahman said, “whenever people have excess food they will just inform us through the mobile app and we will then send personnel with logistics to collect the food and to distribute it among the people wo are really hungry.’ He also mentioned that his start-up is directly responding the second millennium goal – “zero hunger”

The Get in the Ring Foundation is a global non-profit organization that connects start-ups to opportunities related to capital, talent and expertise. Initially, eight start-up entrepreneurs were engaged in a one-to-one pitch battle inside a ring, where they presented their business ideas, potential, target customers and the viability of their businesses to the judges.

The judges' panel comprised Abdul Matlub Ahmad, President of the Federation of Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FBCCI); Sukamal Singha Choudhury, a SME Consultant of Bangladesh Bank; Naaz Farhana Ahmed, President of Dhaka Women Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Managing Director of Kanak Handicrafts Ltd. and Ishtiaq Ahmed, CEO of Omera Group.

Mr. Md. Sabur Khan, Chairman, Board of Trustees, Daffodil International University, said that this international platform will rapidly change the growth rate of entrepreneurial initiatives of the country. He also mentioned that more than nine hundred start-ups applied for the competition but 36 made the cut. Through two rounds of the competition the number was brought down to eight for the national final. The participants were from University of Dhaka, IBA-DU, North South University, Daffodil International University, Independent University, Bangladesh, BRAC University, BUET, Stamford, AIUB and more. Mr. Sabur Khan finally invited all the start-ups of the country not to wait any more but to apply for Get in the Ring 2016 which will be a massive event including 7 individual local finals in seven divisions of the country.

BB Governor Atiur Rahman said all the eight start-ups that made it to the national final deserve finances and investment, so the banks can look at them as profitable projects. He also mentioned in his speech “It is heartening to see that the Get in the Ring puts the spotlight, giving them a podium for creating a global fan base and connecting investors.”

Finally, the host concluded the event inviting all to watch International Final live from Colombia on 15 March 2016. 

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Events of DIU / Bangladesh Has Found Its Champion for Get in the Ring
« on: January 19, 2016, 02:51:26 PM »
January 18, 2016

The first edition of Get in the Ring Bangladesh was held on 17th of January 2016 in Dhaka hosted by Daffodil International University. After a 60 days selection round and grooming 8 finalists got the chance to Get in the Ring in front of the audience and the chief guest Dr. Atiur Rahman, Governor of Bangladesh Bank. It was a unique evening in the history of Bangladesh with music, dancing and strong battles between the startups. The Eight finalists Bioscope.com.bd, The Bridge, One Roof, Bagher Bachcha, My Doctor, GameXot, Food for People (FFP) and Drisa battled for a spot in the final round to win the title of National Champion, Get in the Ring Bangladesh. The winner secures a ticket to the Regional Final in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia going to be held on 15th of February 2016.

The winners of the first four battles – The Bridge, Drisa, My Doctor, and FFP faced against each other in the final battle. The tensions was high during this battle, even the jury deliberated needed extra time to choose a winner. In the end Food for People (FFP) was selected as the winner. The start-up took off last year after 23-year-old Atikur Rahman realized that a plentiful amount of food goes to waste every day in various functions and restaurants in Dhaka, which the city's needy people could do with.

Food for People CEO, Md Atikur Rahman said, “whenever people have excess food they will just inform us through the mobile app and we will then send personnel with logistics to collect the food and to distribute it among the people wo are really hungry.’ He also mentioned that his start-up is directly responding the second millennium goal – “zero hunger”

The Get in the Ring Foundation is a global non-profit organization that connects start-ups to opportunities related to capital, talent and expertise. Initially, eight start-up entrepreneurs were engaged in a one-to-one pitch battle inside a ring, where they presented their business ideas, potential, target customers and the viability of their businesses to the judges.

The judges' panel comprised Abdul Matlub Ahmad, President of the Federation of Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FBCCI); Sukamal Singha Choudhury, a SME Consultant of Bangladesh Bank; Naaz Farhana Ahmed, President of Dhaka Women Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Managing Director of Kanak Handicrafts Ltd. and Ishtiaq Ahmed, CEO of Omera Group.

Mr. Md. Sabur Khan, Chairman, Board of Trustees, Daffodil International University, said that this international platform will rapidly change the growth rate of entrepreneurial initiatives of the country. He also mentioned that more than nine hundred start-ups applied for the competition but 36 made the cut. Through two rounds of the competition the number was brought down to eight for the national final. The participants were from University of Dhaka, IBA-DU, North South University, Daffodil International University, Independent University, Bangladesh, BRAC University, BUET, Stamford, AIUB and more. Mr. Sabur Khan finally invited all the start-ups of the country not to wait any more but to apply for Get in the Ring 2016 which will be a massive event including 7 individual local finals in seven divisions of the country.

BB Governor Atiur Rahman said all the eight start-ups that made it to the national final deserve finances and investment, so the banks can look at them as profitable projects. He also mentioned in his speech “It is heartening to see that the Get in the Ring puts the spotlight, giving them a podium for creating a global fan base and connecting investors.”

Finally, the host concluded the event inviting all to watch International Final live from Colombia on 15 March 2016. 


Link of Photos: https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B9U84zvYgVdnT2dYcEZUcHN6Q1E&usp=sharing

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Happiness / Re: My First Hero.....
« on: August 17, 2015, 11:23:02 AM »
Tips for happiness:

1. You will find happiness in all circumstances. Discover it
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99. Discover it

My realization after reading your status madam.

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Attitude / Re: Implementation Forum for ATTITUDE related Issues
« on: August 17, 2015, 11:15:20 AM »
I think a clarification regarding "Variation in personal philosophy" is required. Let me try to make it unambiguous:

No doubt, personal philosophy will vary from individual to individual. Here the problem arises when an individual's philosophy significantly varies from the organizational philosophy. For an example, my common sense says that DIU believe in creating Entrepreneurs which is one of the core belief/philosophy of the university. Reason why a concept of Startup Market - Entrepreneurs' Lab has been started with a long term goal. DIU belief it will help to obtain on of our goals. BUT a vital person from DIU is openly declaring that "I don't want to make my students -DOKANDAR- (shopkeeper)". when such statement is spreading out among students then they are becoming ill-motivated.

Consequentially the responsible persons are losing popularity among students and often fail due to the contradictory philosophy from the superiors.

Thus, the title of the problem can be "SIGNIFICANT VARIATION BETWEEN PERSONAL PHILOSOPHY VS. ORGANIZATIONAL PHILOSOPHY"

Solution can be ---  "Declared and written Memorandum of Article regarding the core belief and philosophy (style to move towards goal/vision) should be available to all employee."

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Club or Society of DIU / List of the Clubs of DIU
« on: June 23, 2015, 03:20:49 PM »
1.   Business & Education Club (BEC)
2.   English Literary Club (ELC)
3.   Debating Club (DC)
4.   Social Business Students’ Forum (SBSF)
5.   Cultural Club (CC)
6.   Air Rover Wing
7.   Voluntary Service Club
8.   Daffodil Prothom- Alo BondhuShova   
9.   Sports Club (SC)
10.   Photographic   Society
11.   Communication Club
12.   Daffodil Moot Court Society (DMCS)
13.   Textile Club
14.   Creative Park
15.   Software Engineering Club
16.   MUNA (Model United Nations Association) 


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To prepare the students for the 21st century and to adapt them to the latest ICT friendly education which will develop their knowledge, skills and abilities to fit globally, Daffodil International University distributed 1000 Laptop at free of cost among the students in the eleventh phase at its continuous process of Laptop distribution on June 18, 2015. Mr. Kazi Akram Uddin Ahmed, Chairman, Standard Bank Ltd. and former President of FBCCI was present as the chief guest at the Laptop Distribution Ceremony. Presided over by Mr. Md. Sabur Khan, Chairman, Board of Trustees, Daffodil International University, the function was addressed among others by Professor Dr. M. Lutfar Rahman, Vice Chancellor, Prof. Dr. Md. Golam Rahman, Pro-Vice Chancellor and Prof. Dr. Engr. A K M Fazlul Haque , Registrar of Daffodil International University. Before distributing the Laptop Pro- Vice Prof. Dr. M. Golam Rahman conducted the oath taking part of the ceremony where the students Swire upon regarding the best use of the laptops in academic and education purpose.

The authority of Daffodil International University has taken a gigantic initiative of “One Student: One Laptop” program which is one step a head for digital Bangladesh. Every student admitted into Daffodil International University from Summer Semester-2010 and onward is getting a Laptop at free of cost. The Laptop will help the students to equip themselves with proper technical knowledge so that they can survive and secure respectable place in the society. Through this initiative DIU students will get the opportunity to implement digital Bangladesh concept.

Addressing as the Chief Guest, Mr. Kazi Akram Uddin said, technology is now a part and parcel of teaching and learning. Present government is working relentlessly for the development of the ICT sector of the country and that’s why people now staying in the remote areas can get all sorts of facilities. He thanked the university authority to implement the project “One Student-One Laptop” with the vision of becoming a Digital University in line with the policy of Digital Bangladesh which was a clear declaration in the election manifesto in 2008.

In his presidential address Mr. Md. Sabur Khan urged the students to be a potential ICT skilled graduate to contribute to the nation developing bright career ensuring proper utilization and application of the Laptop. It is envisaged that DIU graduates can stand out by competing with other graduates both nationally and globally with their skill that they will acquire from this university. He wished that the initiate to provide a laptop for each student free of cost will be fruitful and successful with the mission of forgoing a digital society that will ensure an ICT driven knowledge- based nation.

At the present context of Bangladesh, students are more than visionary. In the same time we want to make our ideas come true. Leaving all constraints behind, DIU is going for distributing free laptops among all our students in a time when IT backbone of the university is fully equipped with a spectrum of facilities available for students, he added. He hoped that it will be so easy and reachable to the students to use Education ERP of DIU, Learning Feedback System (Social Web), E- Library of the university, DIU Forum and so on which have already been developed by the university.

(Writeup source Public Relation Office, DIU)

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Designation                                    Name
President                                        Nafiza Rahman Mou
Vice President                                  Mohammad Reza
Vice President                                 Rahidul Hasan Himel
General Secretary                     Amit Chakraborty Chhoton
Assistant General Secretary              Rabiul islam
Organizer                                           Tania Tabassum
Program Designer                            Sabiha Akter Rima
Media and Publication              A. B. M Shazzad Hossain
Treasurer                                      Sayeed Hassan Partho
Executive Member                           Afrad Hayat Aidid

Executive Member                        Syed Shadman Sakib

Executive Member                            Anika tasmeen
Executive Member                    Md. Hasnat Rahaman Himel
Executive Member                               Shuvo ghosh

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For the first time Daffodil International University is celebrating its orientation ceremony in the permanent campus for the newly enrolled students in the semester of Summer 2015.

Freshers' will be received on the day of May 16th 2015. More updates are coming.

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Foundation Day / 13th Foundation Day : 16 May 2015
« on: May 13, 2015, 10:25:30 AM »
Revised Notice: 13 Foundation Day

 
Dear Students:

You are already aware that we are going to celebrate the much-awaited 13th Foundation Day, on 16 May 2015 at DIU Permanent Campus, Ashulia. The DIU management is attributing its highest effort to make that historical event successful.

We shall start by 300+ buses together in the morning and will enjoy the daylong program till late afternoon.

Students are requested to complete their registration for Summer 2015 at an earliest time and collect their T-shirt from respective department from 12 to 14 May 2015 .

Lets get ready to enjoy the gorgeous, historical 13th Foundation Day of our beloved university at DIU Permanent Campus! Your cooperation and active participation is highly expected.

Office of the Registrar
Daffodil International University

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Orientations / Orientation Program - Summer '15
« on: May 13, 2015, 10:12:39 AM »
For the first time Daffodil International University is celebrating its orientation ceremony in the permanent campus for the newly enrolled students in the semester of Summer 2015.

Freshers' will be received on the day of May 16th 2015. More updates are coming.

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Highest ever 1,500 students received Free Laptop this phase at Daffodil International University on March 07, 2015 at Startup Banquet Hall, Daffodil Tower 5, 4/2, Sobhanbag, Dhanmondi, Dhaka-1207. Mr. Asaduzzaman Khan, MP, Honorable State Minister, Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh was present as the chief guest at the Laptop Distribution Ceremony and distributed the laptop among the students.

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"এগিয়ে চলছে নারী ; এগিয়ে যাচ্ছে বাংলাদেশ" এই শ্লোগানে ৮ই মার্চ আন্তর্জাতিক নারী দিবস ২০১৫ উপলক্ষ্যে ড্যাফোডিল ইন্টারন্যাশনাল ইউনিভার্সিটি এবং স্টেপস টুয়ার্ডস ডেভেলপমেন্ট আয়োজন করে আলোচনা ও প্রামাণ্যচিত্র প্রদর্শনী অনুষ্ঠান ।

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We are happy to inform you that PINC
​ (Professional Intellectual Networking Community)​ jointly with Daffodil International University (DIU) is going to organize an interactive session titled “Celebrate the Women’s Day 2015 – Make it Happen”. We are also going to recognize 5 distinguished women leaders of our country by giving “Award of Excellence in Women Leadership” for their outstanding performance as women leaders. The program is going to ​be ​held on March 8, 2015 at 3:00 pm. The Venue of the program is  Banquet Hall, Level 8, Startup ​Cafe, Sobahanbag, Dhaka.
 
Hosne  Ara Begum(N.D.C),Managing Director, Bangladesh Hi-Tech Park Authority.
People’s Republic of Bangladesh has kindly consented to grace the occasion as the Chief Guest. Professor Dr. M. Lutfar Rahman, Vice Chancellor, Daffodil International University ,Tapan Kanti Sarkar, President CTO Forum Bangladesh ,Dr. Suraiya Parveen, Professor & Former Chairperson, CSE, Dhaka University, Farhana A Rahman, CEO of UY system Limited  &Former Vice President will be present as the Special guest.
 
Dr. Syed Akhter Hossain, Professor and Head of CSE, Daffodil International University
will moderate the program
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Program: Celebrating Women’s Day  2015
Date & Time: March 08, 2015, Sunday at 03.00 pm.
Venue: Banquet Hall, Level 8, Startup Cafe, Daffodil Tower 5,Prince Plaza Campus (opposite of Sobhanbug mosque).

We are expecting 400 audience including students, Professionals and senior citizen living in old home. Your gracious presence is highly solicited.
 
B​est regards,​
Rezwana Khan
Secretary General
PINC

Declared by:
Dr. Syed Akhter Hossain, Professor and Head of CSE, Daffodil International University

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