News Desk : dhakamirror.com
A full-free scholarship was given to 20 students at the International Islamic University of Chittagong (IIUC) on Thursday by the international organization World Assembly of Muslim Youth (Wamy), which has its headquarters in Saudi Arabia.
The ceremony was presided over by IIUC Vice-chancellor Prof. Dr. Md Anwarul Azim Arif, while IIUC Board of Trustees Chairman Professor Dr. Abu Reza Mohammad Nezamuddin Nadwi attended as the program’s chief guest.
IIUC Treasurer Professor Dr Mohammad Humayun Kabir, Registrar AFM Akhtaruzzaman Kaiser, International Affairs and Student Welfare Division Director (Acting) Md Mahfuzur Rahman, and International Affairs Division Coordinator Abdur Rahim were present at the event.
The head of the scholarship department at Wami, Hussain Ahmed Al Amoodi, and the director of the education department, Professor Abdul Aziz Bin Abdullah Al Faleh, also participated virtually in the event.
Dr Abu Reza Mohammad Nezamuddin Nadwi said, “Wamy had been a proud partner in various development activities of IIUC since its start. The organisation promised to work with us by providing scholarships and ICT-based training to improve the skills of students and teachers.
Md Mahfuzur Rahman said, “Different international organisations, including Wami, award merit-based scholarships to needy IIUC students. Wami has recently awarded scholarships to 20 students, which will continue for the next four years. In addition, the organisation set up a lab with 30 computers on the female campus of IIUC.”