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Professor Dr. Engr. A. K. M. Fazlul Hoque, Registrar, Daffodil International University along with Country’s renowned cartoonist and faculty member of Multimedia and Creative Technology Department of DIU Mr. Ahsan Habib, inaugurating the exhibition TIB’s Anti-Corruption Cartoon Exhibition at Student Lounge of Daffodil International University.

 

TIB’s Anti-Corruption Cartoon Exhibition held today on 15th March 2017 at Daffodil International University (DIU) students Lounge organized by YES-1 and YES FRIENDS, a member organization of Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB). Professor Dr. Engr. A. K. M. Fazlul Hoque, Registrar, Daffodil International University along with Country’s renowned cartoonist and faculty member of Multimedia and Creative Technology Department of DIU Mr. Ahsan Habib, inaugurated the exhibition. Mr. Sayed Mizanur Rahman, Director of Students’ Affairs, Ms. Atia Afreen, Program Manager, TIB, Ms. Zamila Bupasha, Deputy Program Manager, TIB and Mr. Masum Billah, Deputy Program Manager, TIB were also present at the inaugural ceremony.
As a part of TIB’s anti-corruption social movement, this exhibition is aimed at creating greater awareness, engaging the youth against corruption and motivation among the young generation to say NO to CORRUPTION.
‘It’s only possible to build a corruption-free Bangladesh without the direct involvement of the young people as because young generation is the main revolutionary power of the society.’ said Professor Dr. Engr. A. K. M. Fazlul Hoque while inaugurating. He thanked TIB for arranging such kind of exhibition first time at Daffodil International University.
Ms. Atia Afreen said that, YES-1 and YES FRIENDS is a voluntary organization where TIB is ensures the technical support. YES member of Daffodil International University students are the organizer of today’s exhibition.

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