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Orientation for new students at USTC

12 August 2022


Staff Reporter :
University of Science and Technology Chittagong (USTC) organized the new students 'orientation program for July-December 2022 session on Thursday with the new students of different departments, teachers, officials and invited guests.
The program was inaugurated by the chief guest and Vice-Chancellor of USTC, Professor Jahangir Alam along with special guests from CUET Prof Sajal Chandra Banik, Ashraf Uz Zaman SEVP, Head of Corporate Business, Eastern Bank, Pro-Vice Chancellor Professor Nurul Absar, Registrar in Charge Dilip Kumar Barua, Director IQAC Dr Syed Ali Fazal. Deans and Heads of Departments also provided advice and guidance to new students.
Alumni of USTC also expressed their warm welcome to the new students. Apart from this, former students studying abroad also expressed their wishes through video messages. On the other hand, some new students also expressed their hope that USTC will take all the necessary steps to build their future.
USTC is used to accelerating education around more than 30 years to move the students in right direction for nation building activities in the days to come.

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