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Outgoing students of MPH Program (Batch # 16) with the faculty members of the Department of Public Health in the program entitled “Exit Interaction with Foreign Students” held on 30 April 2018 in the Conference Room of Daffodil Tower, DIU

 

The Department of Public Health organized a program entitled ‘Exit Interaction with ForeignStudents’, at the Conference Room of Daffodil Tower, DIU on 30 April, 2018.Dr. Harun-Ar-Rashid, Professor and Head of the Department of Public Health convened the program. Eighteen (18) foreign students of the 16th batch and all the faculty members of the Department attended the program. The program was organized with an objective to discuss the experiences of the foreign students during their participation in the MPH program.

Professor Dr. Harun-Ar-Rashid, Head, Department of Public Health receiving a Crest from Miski Mohamed Sheikh Abubakar-an outgoing student of MPH Program


Students shared their experiences not only related to education, but also to their stay in Dhaka city. They have appreciated quality of teaching in MPH program, in addition they expressed positive impression about the administrative employees of the University. They mentioned that they have good memories with each of the faculty members of the Department. At the same time, they have put forward few suggestions for further improvement of academic environment of the Department. The outgoing students expressed their sincere interest to represent the Department in their own country. The faculty members of the Department also shared their views on different aspects of teaching & learning with the foreign students. Professor Dr. Harun-Ar-Rashid concluded by assuring continuous support & communication for further study as well as professional development of the foreign students.

 

 

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