NU wants to build vibrant classrooms, new curriculum

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NU wants to build vibrant classrooms, new curriculum

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The National University is working towards developing a curriculum that is skill-based, action-oriented, and in line with the developed countries of the world. Its Vice-Chancellor, Professor Moshiur Rahman, said that they are taking advice from local and foreign experts in formulating the new curriculum. He believes that their advice will play an important role in meeting NU’s future challenges.

On this subject, a workshop was held at the National Academy of Education Management (NAEM) Science Lab in Dhaka on Thursday. National and foreign researchers participated in this two-day-long international workshop. The NU Vice-Chancellor presided over the workshop. He further said, “The goal of the new curriculum is to create lively classrooms.” The teachers at the National University are working with keen attention on the revision of the curriculum. They went to different parts of the country and worked to get expert opinions. However, we want to move forward on the basis of this two-day workshop’s recommendations at the national level.”

Mr. Moshiur also said, “We are moving towards ensuring national development by overcoming the weaknesses of the university and bringing it to the right place.” We believe that through the continuation of this program at the National University, we have the intention of building the country through the strong project of developing 3.5 million students.

In this workshop, academicians and researchers of national and international tradition presented their research papers and provided valuable feedback on 37 topics. The National University’s Dean of Undergraduate Education, Professor Nasir Uddin, conducted the workshop. National Parliament Member Arma Dutta was the chief guest, as were Jagannath University’s former Vice-Chancellor Professor Mizanur Rahman, Dhaka University’s Economics Department Professor MM Akash, Dhaka University’s Arts Faculty Dean Professor Abdul Bashir, and the Accounting Department Professor. Dhiman Kumar Chowdhury, Professor Anwar Hossain, and the Treasurer of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Digital University were present.

Among the foreign researchers and academics are linguist and former Vice-Chancellor of Rabindra Bharati University and member of the Presidium of Bangla World Wide Prof. Pavitra Sarkar, former Vice-Chancellor of Netaji Subhash Mukta University, Kolkata Prof. Manimala Das, former Vice-Chancellor of West Bengal State University Prof. Ashok Ranjan Tagore, and former Vice-Chancellor of Kolkata Port Trust. Former Secretary Satyabrata Das, Chairman of the Department of Law, JIS University, Kolkata Soubik Chatterjee, Head of the Department of Computer Science, JIS University Dharmapal Singh, Bengali World Wide Convener Soumyabrata Das, Bangla World Wide Coordinator Arpita Kanjilal, Rabindra Bharati University Assistant Professor Arunima Dhar, Dr. Dulal Basu, Dr. Shivaji Bose, Sardar Simarpreet Singh, and Jaydev Bhattacharya were also present.

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