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DUITS quiz contest today

DU Correspondent

A two-day quiz competition and workshop on information technology begins today at 17 residential halls of Dhaka University simultaneously, aiming at creating awareness among students of updated science and technology.
Organised by the Dhaka University Information Technology Society, the programme had been arranged to make the participants fit for keeping pace with the advanced world in the field of information technology, the organisers said at a news briefing on Friday at Dhaka University Journalists’ Association.
The DUITS president, Abdullah Al Imran, said all the students of the university would be able to join the competition. ‘Top 20 students will be awarded in the quiz competition,’ he said.
Dhaka University pro vice-chancellor Harun-or-Rashid will inaugurate the workshop at Teachers Students Centre tomorrow with the participation of around 600 students of different departments. IT experts and educationalists will attend the programme.
State minister for science and information and communication technology Yeafesh Osman is scheduled to distribute the awards among the winners at the inaugural session. Samsung will sponsor the whole programme.




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