NOVA Science Publishers, New York, USA is going to publish the book titled ‘Genocide and Geopolitics of the Rohingya Crisis’ written by Prof. Mohd. Aminul Karim, Dean, School of Business and Entrepreneurship, IUB. This will be the third book of the author to be published by NOVA SP.
Set in the
Very recently, British Journal of Nutrition published an article of Prof. JMA Hannan, Dean, School of Pharmacy & Public Health at IUB.
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IUB EEE graduate, Salwaa Ara Khan has secured a valuable position by becoming the member of an exclusive tabulation team for a prestigious international debating tournament titled, "Australasian Intervarsity Debating Championship".
The Australasian Intervarsity Debating Championship is an annual tournament, and is considered to be one of the most aspiring championship
River Conservation Club of IUB celebrates World Environment Day 2020 by organising webinar on “Challenges of River Management”Created: Thursday, 11 June 2020 10:40
To celebrate World Environment Day 2020, River Conservation Club (RCC) of IUB has organized a webinar titled “Challenges of River Management”. In this online dialogue, Dr. Catharine Terwisscha Van, a specialist in Delta Flood and Water from Wageningen University and Mohammad Azaz, independent researcher and Director of Riverine People, delivered
The Green Planet Club at IUB celebrated World Environment Day 2020. Keeping in mind the safety of all its members during this pandemic and the restrictions in place, the club organised a series of virtual activities to commemorate this day. GPC, IUB hosted a three-day celebration with a plethora of
Humanitarian activity of IUB Green Planet Club and Dept. of Environmental Science and Management for coastal peopleCreated: Sunday, 07 June 2020 09:13
Green Planet Club and Department of Environmental Science and Management at IUB helped super Cyclone Amphan affected people with cash taka in the coastal areas. In an effort to counteract the impact of the crisis fifty families from Shyamnagar upazila of Satkhira received five hundred taka in cash.
After a two and half-month lockdown period, Independent University, Bangladesh (IUB) is going to resume its office activities in a limited scale from June 2, 2020. Therefore, to ensure absolute safe environment for the personnel who will be coming to office on roster duties and to uphold the health &