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Dr. Md. Sabur Khan, Chairman, Board of Trustees, Daffodil International University addressing as the chief guest at the Seminar on ‘Ethics in Our Life’ organized by DIU Textile Club

 

A Seminar on ‘Ethics in Our Life’ was organized by DIU Textile Club on 6 October 2018 at 71 Milonayoton of Daffodil International University. Dr. Md. Sabur Khan, Chairman, Board of Trustees, Daffodil International University was present in the program as the chief guest while Dr. Manzur-E-Elahi, Associate Professor, Dept. of Islamic Studies of National University, Gazipur was present as the keynote speaker of the seminar.
Addressing as chief guest Dr. Md. Sabur Khan said that ethics is compulsory for human life. Man is different from other animal only because of ethics. So that everyone should practices ethics in everyday life. Dr. Md. Sabur Khan also said that at first we have to fix our intention. And we will have to follow our religious instruction for practicing ethics. For that he urged the students to follow the instruction of the holly Quran’s. He also said,
Ethical education is a lifelong process which starts from childhood. Family is the main institution for practicing ethics. So, it’s very essential to ensure ethical practices first from our family, he added.
While delivering keynote speech Dr. Manzur-E-Elahi said, though world is moving fast and developing of human community, the society is continuously going down. But why? It’s only and only one reason is the lack of ethical practices. Murder, rape and many other social illegal occurrences are happening in the society and increasing with an alarming rate due to absence of ethical practice. He find out four ways for reducing unethical practice and they are: achieving proper knowledge, proper prayer, strongly stay upon on aim and build an ethical character. He also said that ethical education will be untouchable if we don’t have a fresh mind. So at first we need a fresh, innocent soul and mind for giving emphasis on religious prayer, he added.
After completing the seminar, a quiz competition was held. And Dr. Md. Sabur Khan distributed prizes among the quiz winners.

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