DUCSUDhaka University Central Students Union (Bangladesh)
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IML Director Dr Shishir Bhattacharja, Central Awami League member and indigenous leader Raymond Areng, DUCSU Vice-President (VP) Nurul Haq Nur, Dhaka University Journalists' Association General Secretary Mahdi-Al-Muhtasim Nibir, DUCSU Assistant General Secretary (AGS) Saddam Hussain, DUCSU Students' Transport Secretary Shams-E-Noman, DUCSU Literature Secretary Mazharul Kabir Shayon , among others, were present at the programme while DUCSU International Affairs Secretary Shahrima Tanjina Arni conducted it.
The President thanked the VC for arranging the Dhaka University Central Students' Union (DUCSU) polls in a smooth manner and hoped that the authorities concerned of all colleges and universities would take necessary steps to hold the polls of student union as regular basis to build future good leadership.
DU Proctor AKM Golam Rabbani said, "We have decided to control vehicular movement on the campus area to ensure students' safety." "A combined volunteers' team will be formed soon for controlling vehicles," said DUCSU Students Transport Secretary Shams E Noman.
So, work for the sake of students in general," Tofail told the DUCSU leaders.
The elected leaders of DUCSU took over their respective charges for one year in its maiden executive meeting held on Saturday.
News Desk Newly elected VP Nurul Haque Nur has expressed solidarity with the students who went on hunger strike demanding fresh DUCSU polls.
News Report Post-election developments seem to be a bellwether for fresh complications as all but one panel Wednesday gave the Dhaka University authorities three days to call reelection to Ducsu, to instant refusal.
Hasan, also the publicity and publication secretary of the ruling Awami League, said BNP and Oikya Front are out to fish in the troubled water centring the DUCSU polls.
Awami League Publicity and Publication Secretary Dr Hasan Mahmud Tuesday said the united efforts by the leftists and the rightists could not resist the victory of Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL) in the Dhaka University Central Student's Union (DUCSU) polls, reports BSS.
Ducsu and Hall Council polls at Kuwait-Bangladesh Maitree Hall opened over three hours behind schedule after sacks of filled ballot papers were found and led to the suspension of voting.
The results of Ducsu and hall unions were being announced on Monday night when The News Today went to press.
Minor campus incidents and complaints marked the run-up to the Ducsu and hall unions' voting, but politicians of all hues appeared satisfied with the breakthrough in the deadlock over the polls for long 28 years of rule by civilian politicians.