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    Dhaka International University formally formed various separate cell for development of DIU, Society as well as Bangladesh. Those cells are formed for work on specific purpose. Those cells actually work with various alliance, Government, non-governmental and international organizations work together. The cells that are running currently are:

    Nobel Peace Prize Winner Prof. Muhammad Yunus want to remove proverty from the world. For this reson, he launches a new business for heping for helping the poor which is known as social busniess is a causedriven business. In a social business, the investors or owners can gradually recoup the money invested, but cannot take any dividend beyond that point. The purpose of the investment is purely to achieve one or more social objectives though the operation of the company; no personal gain is desired by the investors. The company must cover all cost, make aprofit, and at the same time achieve a social objective, such as, healthcare for the poor, housing for the poor, financial services for the poor, nutrition for malnourished children, providing safe drinking water, introducing renewable energy, etc. The impact of the business on people or the enviroment, rather then amount of profit made in a given period measures the success of a social business. sustainability of the company indicates that it is running as a business.

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    In order to enhance and to get a continuous patronage of Quality Assurance (QA) culture at different entities/departments of Dhaka International University (DIU), the Institutional Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) was constituted on 01 July 2015. The IQAC consists of seven (07) entities namely Law, CSE (Computer Science & Engineering), English, EETE (Electrical, Electronics, & Telecommunication Engineering), Business Administration, Pharmacy and Sociology. It is obvious that IQAC is a mutual endeavour between Dhaka International University and University Grants Commission (UGC), Bangladesh which is resolutely committed to ensure the practice of continuously improving quality culture, demonstrate responsibility and enhancement and thus, to satisfy the different stakeholders (Existing Students, Alumni, Academic and Non-Academic Staffs, Employer, etc.). The quality assurance areas covered by IQAC are based on governance, curriculum content design and review, student admission, progress and achievements, physical facilities, teaching-learning and assessment, student support services, staff and facilities, research and extension, as well as process management and continuous improvement. Having set up IQAC, a lot of workshops, training on different events and meetings are being conducted for improving the existing quality culture at different entities of this university. It is mentionable that IQAC itself conducted four (04) QAC (Quality Assurance Committee) meetings, 15 meetings which are related to IQAC fund, as well as 22 academic and non-academic training/workshops based upon Block Allocation till Nov. 2017. Moreover, to maintain an upgrading quality culture on teaching-learning methods and curriculum design, SA (Self-Assessment) Committees of different entities also conducted a lot of meetings with their faculty members. The External Peer Reviews (EPRs) of Law, CSE and English departments were successfully accomplished on 31 May-02 June 2017. Likewise, the EPRs of departments of Business Administration, Pharmacy, Sociology as well as EETE were fruitfully completed on 16-18 May, 25-27 May as well as on 13-15 July, 2017 respectively. Accordingly, all Reports of seven departments have already been submitted at QA (Quality Assurance) Unit, UGC after furnishing necessary improvement plans.

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    Stop tobacco cultivation and grow food for creating a better living place for the next generation,” with this vision Dhaka International University has established Tobacco Control and Research Cell (TCRC) on March 2nd 2013. Bangladesh is a small and densely populated poor country having about 153.2 million people, about 80 percent of whom are living in rural areas. This country is a disaster-prone area having been stricken by drought and flood with a range of health and environmental problems happening from dengue and cholera to arsenic contamination of the water supply. It should come as no surprise, then, that tobacco control has neither gained much attention nor been considered a priority. With so many competing causes of disease and with nearly half of the population living below the poverty line and consuming less than 2,122 calories per day (Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics 2012a), tobacco has generally seemed too remote and insignificant issue to be on the country’s agenda of concerns. Yet tobacco use is widespread and increasing rapidly and knowledge about the harm it causes to health is very low. Though, other causes of death still dominate tobacco use contributes a nontrivial amount to the overall burden of disease and death. And it has become clear and significant that immediate negative effects on the welfare of poor families, when scarce resources that could be used for food are spending on tobacco. Tobacco cultivation can be basically termed as ‘Contract farming’, because in majority of the cases the cultivation of tobacco is contracted with a large business organization or multinational company.

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    Centre for Excellence and Career Development (CECD) of Dhaka International University is working with the goal to develop students’ language proficiency, creative writing, professional skills and career guidance. CECD language experts focus on conducting student-centered, creative language teaching techniques, and individual guidance based on classroom activities in developing students’ language proficiency. This centre also helps the students enhance their personal qualities for the development of their career paths to choose from aspiration. It incorporates the students in movie fest, language club, workshops, seminars, and conferences regularly, where they can get the touch of national and international professionals. The centre also encourages the learners to have the students’ creative writing by dint of publishing literary magazines, which would build students’ innovative qualities and make them unique throughout the competitive world.

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