IUBAT graduate

Mohammad Ali to join a post-graduation program at Oxford as a full-time student.

A graduate of the International University of Business Agriculture and Technology (IUBAT).

Now has the opportunity to join the University of Oxford, UK.

Mohammad Ali will join the Master of Science (by research) Women’s.

Reproductive Health program as a full-time student. 

In October this year, he will join the University of Oxford in physical presence, said a press release.

In 2007, Mohammad Ali began his bachelor course in Bachelor of Science in Nursing at IUBAT.

After completing his graduation, Ali started working with the (ICDDR,b) as a study nurse.

He worked at IUBAT as a lecturer from 2015 to 2016 in the College of Nursing. 

Mohammad Ali received a Swedish Institute Study Scholarship at Uppsala University, Sweden.

He completed his Master’s in Public Health from Uppsala University.

Besides, he worked with Uppsala University as Research Assistant and Nurse. 

It may be recalled that in 1991, the International University of Business Agriculture.

Technology commenced its journey as the first non-government university in Bangladesh.

The weather may remain dry with a temporary partly cloudy sky over the country in the next 24 hours.

Commencing 9 am, the Bangladesh Meteorological Department (BMD) has said.

“Weather may remain dry with the temporary partly cloudy sky over the country.

Light fog may occur at isolated places over the river basins of the country during the early morning.

Said a Met Office bulletin issued on Wednesday.

Night and day temperatures may remain nearly unchanged over the country.

The country’s maximum temperature on Tuesday was recorded by 29.9 degrees Celsius at Teknaf, Sylhet.

Feni and the minimum temperature today was recorded by 9.2 degrees Celsius at Tetulia.

People who want to pay homage at the altar of Central Shaheed Minar must take.

The route of Salimullah Muslim hall to Jagannath hall to Shaheed Minar road.

And return using the same way.

The road to Chankarpool and Doyel Chattar from the Shaheed Minar will be opened only for returnees.

Other roads will be closed completely from 8 pm on February 20.

The Shaheed Minar can also be reached through the road of Home Economics College.

And Eden College via Azimpur and Palashi crossings.

From Chankharpool, people can go through the Bakshibazar crossing.

The Palashi crossing and the road in front of Sir Salimullah Muslim Hall and Jagannath Hall.

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