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  • How to fine tune one's music and career

    Those who do music, are a bit messy in life – is an accepted perspective of our society. The picture always shows that musicians can never be good at any other profession.

  • Let's talk about faith

    Faith, is typified as the concern of the aged, even though our everyday lives are inevitably affected by our faith and we really could not talk about the experience of being ourselves without talking about the experience of being of our faith.

  • A call to arms in computer programming

    Bangladesh Advanced Computing Society (BACS) was recently established to promote competitive programming and to bring about excellence and enrichment in the field of programming in Bangladesh.

  • Raising awareness about law

    A 2-day long NILS Bangladesh 1st National Legal Debate Championship was held on October 6-7, 2017 at University of Chittagong with the slogan “Colour your life with law and logic”. It was organised by The Network for International Law Students (NILS) Bangladesh Chapter.

  • A night of exuberance

    The famous words adorned the entrance to the auditorium of Bangladesh National Museum on October 9, 2017, where William Shakespeare's play “The Merchant of Venice” was staged by the students of Sunnydale School.

  • Bridge to foreign education in Malaysia

    The Malaysia Education Lead Meet organised by Fast Track Education Services Limited is a yearly event which is set out to enable students to make better plans and informed decisions regarding their higher studies in Malaysia.

  • Grooming the business leaders of tomorrow

    The 2017 edition of Unilever BizMaestros kicked off with a roadshow at Institute of Business Administration, Dhaka University (IBA, DU) with former IBA students who are now successful managers at Unilever, and Kedar Lele, Chief Operating Officer at Unilever Bangladesh Limited.

  • International English Debate Tournament at IUB

    A three-day long International English Debate Tournament, titled 'IUB Ascension 2017' was held recently at the Independent University, Bangladesh (IUB).

  • Aspiring for a better world

    Shams-il Arefin Islam is a graduate student at Yale University, USA, studying environmental issues and challenges. He studied at Ithaca College in New York and graduated with a degree in Business Administration in 2007.

  • OPTIMITY 2017: Where students become “investment gladiators”

    Investment, stocks, mutual funds - these concepts may sound familiar to many, using them in everyday scenario but when it actually comes to dealing with them, a lot of them will take a step back.