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DHAKA: A total of 40 under-graduate students from different academic years of Dhaka University (DU) were awarded Sumitomo Corporation Scholarship, Japan yesterday.
DU Vice-Chancellor Prof AAMS Arefin Siddique distributed the scholarships among the students as the chief guest at a function at Nabab Nawab Ali Chowdhury Senate Bhaban of the university, according to a press release.
Minister of the Embassy of Japan in Bangladesh Takeshi Matsunaga and General Manager of the Sumitomo Corporation Naoto Yamada were present on the occasion as special guests.
The DU VC thanked the Sumitomo Corporation authorities for providing the scholarship to DU students and hoped that the students would be benefited and encouraged by this donation.
Awardees of different years are: First year (Hons.)- Fariha Tasnim (Physics), Mishu Rani Mazumder (Mathematics), Prantika Mutsuddi (Management Studies), Amit Barua (Accounting & Information Systems), Amal Chandra Mondal (Marketing), Md. Kamrul Hasan (Banking & Insurance), Lizainul Islam Ripon (International Business), Kazi Golam Tasfiq (Economics), Jannatul Rafeya (Microbiology) and Zarif Hossain (Genetic Engineering & Bio-technology).
Second year (Hons.)- Md. Alamgir Hossain (English), Asia Haque (Physics), Nurun Naher (Accounting & Information Systems), Sugandha Jesmin (Marketing), Mahmuda Sultana (Management Studies), Kazi Mahbuba Ahmed (Economics), Ema Sultana Charu (Public Administration), Syed Hasan Imtiaz (Genetic Engineering & Bio-Technology), Sirajum Munira (Pharmacy) and Jinher Zahedi (IBA) [
Third year (Hons.)- Hafsa Akter (English), Tasmin Jahan (Marketing), Md. Anamul Haque (Finance), Sahera Khan (Economics), Tahmina Yeasmin Toma (International Relations), Saima Afrin (Zoology), Anupoma Niloya Troyee (Biochemistry & Molecular Biology), Tanzila Efat Taskin (Psychology), Md. Inja-Mamun Haque (Fisheries) and Afrin Jahan Lopa (Applied Chemistry & Chemical Engineering).
Fourth year (Hons.)- Sharaban Tahura (Islamic Studies), Nayeema Sultana (Marketing), Arrahma Binte Akram (Political Science), Eusra Mohammad (Genetic Engineering & Bio-Technology), Mahnaz Hossain Fariba (Genetic Engineering & Bio-Technology), Kumar Kulldeep Niloy (Pharmacy), Selina Akter (Applied Physics, Electronics & Communication Engineering), Rehana Parvin Roshnee (Applied Statistics), Sylvi Pinky Chakrabarty (Applied Statistics) and Rayhan Hossain (Information Technology).