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A Creativity Competition Conducted by HRDI

creativity-competition

A creativity competition was organized by Human Resource Development Institute ( HRDI) of Daffodil International University on Saturday, June 11th, 2011. About 30 students participated in the competition and produced 12 mind maps for display. Each mind map represented the student’s thoughts on various topics.

A participant is demonstrating the "Process Models using SAD" to Prof. Dr. M. Lutfar Rahman, Vice Chancellor.  Professor Dr. S. M. Mahabub- Ul Haque Majumder,  Dean, FSIT, Prof Dr. Syed Akhter Hossain, Head, CSE and Dr. Yousuf M Islam, Executive Director, HRDI are accompanied Vice Chancellor

A participant is demonstrating the "Improving Education System" to Prof. Dr. M. Lutfar Rahman, Vice Chancellor.  Professor Dr. S. M. Mahabub- Ul Haque Majumder,  Dean, FSIT, was accompanied with him.

The topics covered:

Pollution

Our Education System

Drug Addiction

Better presentation

Outsourcing

Future Plan

Software Project Implementation

Group Study

Creating small tools

Mind Mapping is a thinking tool that allows summarizing ideas in a diagram. This helps creativity and problem solving. Prof. Dr. M. Lutfar Rahman, Vice Chancellor, Professor Dr. S. M. Mahabub- Ul Haque Majumder,  Dean, FSIT, Prof Dr. Syed Akhter Hossain and Mr. Syed  Mizanur Rahman Raju, Coordinator of CDC visited the display. At the end of the presentations Prof. Dr M.Lutfar Rahman Vice Chancellor spoke on the effectiveness of Mind Maps and prizes were distributed by Dr. Yousuf M Islam, Executive Director, HRDI.

The winners of the competition are as given below:

First Prize:

Hiro – Bian, Department of CSE

Second Prize:

Md. Monowar Hossain and Syed Adnan Tareq,

Third Prize:

Amir Hossain, Department of CSE

Rafi Ferdous, Department of CSE

Iqbal Hassan, Department of CSE

Gobinda Karmaker, Department of CSE

Lora Ananna Biswas, Department of CSE

Tamanna, Department of CSE

Farhana, Department of CSE

The mind mapping technique has the potential of being applied in all spheres of life - it helps focus and memory used

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