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12:00 AM, September 15, 2010 / LAST MODIFIED: 12:00 AM, September 15, 2010

Ensure permanent infrastructure for students

President asks private universities

President Zillur Rahman yesterday urged all private universities in the country to impart quality education to students ensuring required infrastructural facilities.
The president made the appeal when Vice Chancellor of Prime University Prof Dr M Abdus Samad called on him at Bangabhaban.
Zillur said most of the private universities have no permanent infrastructure for their students needed for congenial academic atmosphere.
“We think the scattered locations of faculties are an impediment to smooth learning,” he said, emphasising that libraries with adequate number of books and research materials should be established on campuses of all private universities.
The president mentioned that all universities should have spacious class rooms, rich libraries, big playgrounds and gymnasiums for the students to grow up as a complete man.
The vice chancellor told the president that he would try to abide by all the rules and criteria for ensuring higher education for students. “I will follow your directions during my tenure,” he said.
President's Military Secretary Maj Gen Abul Kalam Md Humayun Kabir and Press secretary AKM Nesar Uddin Bhuiyan were present.

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