BACS-BUBT National Programming Camp-17 ends - University - Dainikshiksha

BACS-BUBT National Programming Camp-17 ends

Staff Reporter |

The five-day  BACS-BUBT National Programming Camp 2017, organized by the Dept. of CSE, BUBT, and BUBT IT Club, in association with Bangladesh Advanced Computing Society (BACS), ended on Sunday ( October 8).  Held at BUBT’s permanent campus of Bangladesh University of Business and Technology  (BUBT), Mirpur in Dhaka, 250 students from 45 different public and private universities attended the Camp.

Dr. M. Kaykobad, Professor, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) was present as the  chief guest in the Closing Ceremony of the camp while A F M Sarwar Kamal, Chairman, BUBT Trust,

Md. Shakhwat Ahamed, Head of Marketing, PRAN Foods Ltd. graced the occasion as Special Guests. Prof Md. Abu Saleh, Vice Chancellor of BUBT, inaugurated the workshop and thanked participants for attending the Programming Camp.

Prof. Enayet Hossain Mian, Tresurer, BUBT; Dr. Harun Or-Rashid, Registrar, BUBT; Prof Mian Lutfar Rahman, Proctor, BUBT, Mr AHM Azmal Hossain, Joint Registrar, BUBT; Prof. Ameer Ali, Chairman of CSE Department, BUBT; Md. Saifur Rahman, Asst. Prof, BUBT  were present among others in the sessions.

Prof. M Kaykobad said in his speech, Young stars of Bangladesh in ICT sector can brand the Country by participating various IT contests in national and International levels. And they can change the country positively. He also said, Programming learning is a fun, university students can play with Computer if they want.

Prof. AFM Sarwar Kamal said, BUBT always welcomes ICT activities, He also said, By participating in Contest and camp, students can be closer with each other.

At the end of the Program Honorable Chief Guest, Chairman of BUBT Trust, VC of BUBT handed over Certificates among participants and awards among Contest winners.

The Camp was inaugurated by the Chairman of BUBT Trust AFM Sarwar Kamal and visited by Prominant Writer & ICT expert Dr. Muhammad Zafar Iqbal and Prof. M Kaykobad on 4 October.

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