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Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Hall at Dhaka University and Jahangirnagar University

"Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Hall" at Dhaka University and Jahangirnagar University

In recognition of his lifelong contribution to Bangladesh, both Dhaka University (DU) and Jahangirnagar University (JU) named one of their male student hall after Sheikh Mujib. The "Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Hall" in Dhaka University has the capacity to hold 490 http://www.univdhaka.edu/halls_of_residence/hall_details.php?bodyid=HBB students, and constitutes one of the fifteen male residential halls in the university, which also includes a "Muktijoddha Ziaur Rahman Hall" named after Ziaur Rahman and "Amar Ekushey Hall" in honour of the basha andolan activists. Jahangirnagar University also has male halls dedicated to the Bangla Language Movement martyrs - the "Shaheed Salam-Barkat Hall" and "Shaheed Rafiq-Jabbar Hall".

In addition, both universities have female halls of residence named after Sheikh Mujib's wife - "Begum Fazilatun Nesa Mujib Hall" http://www.univdhaka.edu/halls_of_residence/hall_details.php?bodyid=HFM (DU) and "Fazilatunnesa Hall" http://www.juniv.edu/home.php?pg=girls (JU).

Male halls of residence Female halls of residence
Dhaka University Jahangir University Dhaka University Jahangir University
Salimullah Muslim Hall Al Beruni Hall Ruqayyah Hall Nawab Faizunnesa Hall
Jagannath Hall Meer Mosharraf Hossain Hall Surja Sen Hall Jahanara Imam Hall
Shahidullah Hall Shaheed Salam-Barkat Hall Shamsunnahar Hall Preetilata Hall
Fazlul Huq Muslim Hall A.F.M. Kamaluddin Hall Shahnewsaz Hostel Begum Khaleda Zia Hall
Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Hall Bangabondhu Sheikh Majibur Rahman Hall Begum Fazilatun Nesa Mujib Hall Fazilatunnesa Hall
Zahurul Haq Hall. Moulana Bhasani Hall Bangladesh-Kuwait Maitree Hall
Haji Muhammad Mohsin Hall Shaheed Rafiq-Jabbar Hall IBA Hostel
Kabi Jasimuddin Hall Nabab Foyzunnessa Chowdhurani Hostel
Sir P.J. Hartog International Hall
Muktijoddha Ziaur Rahman Hall
Sir A.F. (Ahmed Fazlur) Rahman Hall.
Amar Ekushey Hall

Source: University of Dhaka (DU) and Jahangirnagar University (JU)

Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University (BSMMU), Dhaka

Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University

Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University (BSMMU) www.bsmmu.org/ is the first and only medical university http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bangabandhu_Sheikh_Mujib_Medical_University in Bangladesh. It is a public university, established in 1999. The university is an upgrade of the Institute of Postgraduate Medicine and Research (IPGMR), popularly referred to as PG. IPGMR was established in the then East Pakistan by the Government of Pakistan in December 1965, as a Government-controlled postgraduate institute for medical research and studies.

The university is now autonomous body governed by a 24-member http://www.bsmmu.org/syndicate.html syndicate. BSMMU comprises 43 Departments http://www.bsmmu.org/faculty.html under 6 faculties: Faculty of Medicine, Surgery, Basic Medical Sciences, Dentistry, Nursing, and Medical Technology.

The BSMMU building was previously the Hotel Shahbag, once the biggest hotel http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bangabandhu_Sheikh_Mujib_Medical_University in Dhaka, and from which the neighbourhood (Shahbag) gets it name.

The BSMMU complex has five main multistoried buildings that are identified as Block-A,Block-B,Block-C, Block-D and Cabin block respectively.

BSMMU contact details

Address: Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University, Shahbag, Dhaka-1000, Bangladesh
Telephone (operator): +88 02 9661051-56, +88 02 9661058-60, +88 02 8614545-49, +88 02 8612550-54, +88 02 8618652-56, +88 02 8614001-05, +88 02 8611737-41

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Website: www.bsmmu.org

Opening hours (admin office): 8.00am to 2.30pm everyday except Fridays and holidays.

Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Agricultural University (BSMRAU) in Salna, Gazipur district

Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Agricultural University (BSMRAU) in Salna, Gazipur district

Covering 187 acres http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bangabandhu_Sheikh_Mujibur_Rahman_Agricultural_University of land, the Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Agricultural University (BSMRAU) is a government-financed 13th http://history.pages.bsmrau.edu.bd/ public university of Bangladesh and third biggest agricultural university after Bangladesh Agricultural University and Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University.

It was established on 22 November 1998, and is located approximately 40km http://location.pages.bsmrau.edu.bd/ north of Dhaka. Originally it was the Institute of Post Graduate Studies in Agriculture (IPSA), the academic wing of Bangladesh Agricultural Research Institute (BARI) which was affiliated with Bangladesh Agricultural University until 1991. It was then transformed into an autonomous institution, providing credit-based masters and post-graduate programs. The graduate program of IPSA was developed a team of IPSA teachers led by Prof. L. M. Eisgruver of the Oregon State University (OSU), USA, under the tripartite cooperation of the Governments of Bangladesh, Japan, and USA (JAICA-USAID-GOB)

The university has 6 faculties: Graduate Studies, Agriculture, Fisheries, Veterinary Medicine & Animal Science, Forest & Environment, Agricultural Economics and Rural Development

In 2005, BSMRAU started providing undergraduate program of Bachelor of Science degree in Agriculture in their Faculty of Agriculture on a similar credit-based systems as its graduate program.

The chancellor of the university is Mohammad Zillur Rahman, current president of Bangladesh.

BSMRAU contact details

Address: Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Agricultural University (BSMRAU)
Telephone (operator):

E-mail:

Website: http://bsmrau.edu.bd

Opening hours (admin office):

Another university named after Sheikh Mujib is the "Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Science and Technology University (BSMRSTU)"

Bangabandhu International Conference Centre (BICC)

http://bicc.com.bd/ previously Bangladesh-China Friendship Conference Centre

http://bicc.com.bd/ only International Convention Centre in Bangladesh is set to host any programmes that calls for a massive interaction of visitors. Keeping in view of the intensity of service and accountability in management BICC has been privatized and the management was awarded through delegated competitive distinction to Agrabad Accom - Consortium Limited (AACL), an Orion Group Company of Bangladesh. The effect is felt globally now. The XII SAARC Summit was convened here - with due fervor and majestic outfit. BICC ensures highly professional services delivered by committed team of experts. BICC provides multiple venue of configuration to fit in conventions and events in terms of size and volume of attendance. You can fairly plan for convening seminar, conference, product launch, annual general meetings, convention, trade and product shows, corporate lunch and many more. Bangabandhu International Conference Centre Agargaon, Sher-E-Bangla Nagar Dhaka-1207, Bangladesh. Reservation: 9100023, 01713 046029, 01713 046027, 01713 066281 Fax: 8802-9100020 E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Corporate Office: Orion House 153-154 Tajgaon I/A Dhaka-1208, Bangladesh. Phone: 9888176, 9888494, 9891963, 9862076 Fax: +88 02 8826374 Web: www.orion-group.net http://www.banglapedia.org/httpdocs/HT/B_0257.HTM Bangladesh-China Friendship Conference Centre one of the world's biggest and most modern convention centres. Situated at Sher-e-Banglanagar, Dhaka, the conference centre was constructed with the technical and financial co-operation of China and was originally intended to house the 13th summit of the 114-member Non-Aligned Movement (NAM). It was originally named as Bangabandhu International Conference Centre. But during the formal handing over ceremony held on 12 January 2002 the centre was renamed as Bangladesh-China Friendship Conference Centre. Sprawling over 50,000 square metres of the lushgreen landscape, it was built with a Chinese grant of 240 million RMB or $50 million. Nearly four hundred Chinese engineers and technicians worked for about 17 months to complete it. Its main hall has a seating capacity for 1700 persons, 700 delegates on the floor and 1000 observers in the galleries. It has two 200-seat rooms for committee meetings, four negotiation rooms, a 700-seat banquet hall and a 300-seat media briefing room. The main structure is built on about 20,000 square metres of land and has around it 30,000 square metres of space with water fountains, a parking lot for 700 vehicles and 128 flag poles. The centre, designed by the Beijing Institute of Architectural Designs and Research, combines in it the latest architectural technology. The top of the main hall is a 48-metre spherical shell structure supported by 24 concrete columns. It reminds one of umbrella-shaped top of the chamber of Jatiya Sangsad Bhaban, located close by. The security systems around and inside the building and the public address system are controlled electronically. It is equipped with a simultaneous four-language translation system, facilities for direct broadcast and telecast of its programmes and is also equipped to receive messages and programmes through satellite. The building is centrally air-conditioned. [Enamul Haq] http://www.bangabandhu.towerhamlets.sch.uk/ - bangabandhu primary school, tower hamlet, london