A total of 37 students of different departments of Islamic University in Kushtia have been selected for science and technology fellowship for research under the science and technology ministry, IU academic office sources said on Monday.
Khan M Reza-Un-Nabi, deputy secretary of ministry of science and technology, issued a press release in this regard on Sunday.
The students who have been selected for the fellowship from applied nutrition and food technology department are — Billal Hossain, Mainur Reja, Taiyeba Tansnima, Tarek Aziz, and Rakibul Islam.
The students who have been selected for the fellowship from biotechnology and genetic engineering department are — Muntaha Binte Mukhles, Choyon Ali, Jannat Ferdous, Monira Akter, Sanjida Khantun, Jinia Afrin, Tasnim-E-Tarek Abir, Sharmin Akter, Rehena Akter, Walid Hasan, Ongkan Khan, Abdus Sabur, and Jannatun Ferdaus Parfez.
The students who have been selected for the fellowship from applied chemistry and chemical engineering department are — Sinthia Khatun, Sohana Parvin, Evana Islam, Tathiya Yeasmin, Kazi Suraiya Islam, Nusrat Jahan, Abu Saeed, Shamima Islam, Adnan Bin Alim, Harun-Or-Rashid, and Afroza Akter.
The students who have been selected for the fellowship from electrical and electronic engineering department are — Selim Reza Jibon, Sabbir Ahmed, Esmat Jahan, Ali Hasan, Sonia Khatun, and Nasir Uddin Khan.
Ruhul Amin of information and communication technology department and Mamunur Rahman of statistics department have also been selected for the fellowship.
IU vice-chancellor Shaikh Abdus Salam said that the students who had been selected for the fellowship would light up the name of Islamic University after completing their research.
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