Bangladesh Agricultural University (BAU)

Bangladesh Agricultural University (BAU) Bangladesh Agricultural University (BAU) the premier seat of higher agricultural education and research in the country. Its activities cover all the domains of agricultural sciences having direct bearing on terrestrial and aquatic productivity. The university was established in 1961 on the basis of the recommendations made by the Commission on National Education and the Food and Agriculture Commission in 1959 under the East Pakistan Agricultural University Ordinance, 1961. The Prime Minister of the Peoples' Republic of Bangladesh is the Chancellor of the university and the Vice-chancellor is the executive head.
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You Must See: The University at its Bachelor degree level offers post-HSC courses of 4-year duration leading to the degrees of DVM, BSc Ag (Hons), BSc AH (Hons), BSc Ag Econ (Hons), BSc Ag Engg and BSc Fisheries (Hons). At the Master's degree level, a total of 35 teaching departments are engaged in conducting course-credit and research based programmes in 3 consecutive semesters. Doctoral programmes are of full-time 3-year duration. At present, PhD programmes are ongoing in 34 departments. During 1999-2000 the faculty strength of BAU was at 404.
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Gajni Parjatan Center

Gajni Parjatan Center Gajni Parjatan Center is 220 km far from Dhaka. Where you will find the natural beauty of hills, lakes, forest & lots of birds here, it is a natural tourist spot where you can see the tribal life of our tribes. You can enjoy boating in the lake and also there is a natural waterfall what you will like to watch. If you are lucky, enough you can see the wild elephants in the forest.
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Home Economics College

Home Economics College Home Economics College established in Dhaka in 1961 as a specialised college for women to study home economics and related subjects. It was a constituent college of the university of dhaka with the status of an independent department. Initially, it was affiliated with the Ford Foundation, Oklahoma State University, USA, and the government of East Pakistan. In 1961, the classes of the college started in a building of eden girls' college at Azimpur.
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Ekushey Book Fair or Omor Ekushey Grontho Mela

Ekushey Book Fair or Omor Ekushey Grontho Mela The Ekushey Book Fair or Omor Ekushey Grontho Mela (Bengali: Omor Ekushe Grontho Mela "Book Fair of the Immortal 21st") is the main book fair of Bangladesh. It occurs every February, and is dedicated to the protestors who died on 21st February of 1952 in a demonstration calling for the establishment of the Bengali language as the state language of former united Pakistan.
Muktodhara Publishing house started a little sell in front of Bangla Academy in the 21st February, the Shaheed Day, later International Mother Language Day. Later, other book publishers joined there unofficially.
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Adamjee Jute Mill

Adamjee Jute Mill Adamjee Jute Mill established at narayanganj near dhaka in 1950, it is the largest jute mill of the world. At the time of partition of bengal in 1947, there were 108 jute mills in Bengal but all of them fell to the share of India. The government of Pakistan encouraged Muslim entrepreneurs to come forward with proposals for establishment of jute mills in the country, following which Adamjee Brothers of calcutta agreed to act as a promoter and presented an investment plan in December 1949. In line with its proposal, Adamjee Brothers contributed 50% of the share capital while the Pakistan Industrial Development Corporation (PIDC) sanctioned the rest of the capital.
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Madhutila Eco-park

Madhutila Eco-park A park with the aim of preserving the ecological balance is badly needed, and in not-so-wealthy countries like Bangladesh this is particularly noteworthy since, understandably, the environment is not a priority. Global warming has made a lot of people nervous, scientists say that if it is not taken care of now, it would ultimately have catastrophic consequences for all living beings. Such an initiative is not only good for the ecology; it is also good entertainment. An eco-park, the "Madhutila Eco-park", is such an initiative taken by the Forest Department at Nalitabari upazila in Sherpur district.
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Ahsan Manjil

Ahsan Manjil Built in 1872 and standing on the river Buriganga, this stately building offers the visitors a feeling of the life-style of the Nawabs of Dhaka. Sometimes known as the Pink Palace, this building now houses a splendid museum. Basically, it was the residence of the Nawabs. Nawab Abdul Gani renovated this building in the year 1872 and named it after his son Khaza Ahasanullah.
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Hajong

Hajong Hajong, The an ethnic group living in the hilly parts of mymensingh district. Some of them live in the sherpur, sylhet and netrokona regions. Their main settlements are in sreebardi, haluaghat, nalitabari, Susong durgapur, kalmakanda and Birishiri areas. In terms of ethnicity, they are descendents of the Kachhari people of the Mongoloid race.
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Bhawal National Park

Bhawal National Park Bhawal National Park is in Gazipur district 45 km far from Dhaka in the north side. It is a vast (1,600 acres) national recreational forest with Picnic spots; jangles of Gajari trees surrounded by a beautiful lake .you can enjoy boats horse riding here. Especially in the winter, season lots of picnic party enjoy their day in this park.
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National Martyrs Memorial

National Martyrs Memorial National Martyrs Memorial is situated in Nabinagar, Savar approximately 35 km from Dhaka. The memorial designed by architect Moinul Hossain is dedicated to the sacred memory of the millions of unknown martyrs of the war of liberation. This Martyrs Memorial is a symbol of Bengali nationalism. It is really a scenic beauty of 108 acre of land.
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