Dhaka: The admission fair of University of Development Alternative (UODA) began at its Dhanmondi campus in the city on Sunday.
Founder and President of UODA Professor Mujib Khan inaugurated the admission fair at noon.
Addressing the inaugural function, Professor Mujib Khan said, “Education is not any commercial product and it is a right for every citizen of the country. We want to protect the right creating opportunity for all.”
He added: “We do run our institution on the basis of non-profit policy as we think education is not any commercial product rather it is rights for every citizen of the country.”
He added: “The UODA has arranged the admission fair only to provide a scope to poor, underprivileged and bright students so that they can get higher education.”
Professor Mujib Khan asked all to find out brilliant and poor students to provide educational service for them.
The admission fair will continue till September 15.
The educationalist also assured that the university will set educational cost for underprivileged students after discussing with their parents and their ability and earning.
He also promised to provide scope of education and residential facilities without any cost for those who are invincible meritorious but poor.
UODA Pro-Vice Chancellor Professor Dr Ahmedullah Mia, Registrar Professor Dr Iffat Chowdhury and other high officials were present at the function.
The admission fair will remain open from 9.00am to 5.00pm at UODA Registrar Office (80, Satmasjid Road, Dhanmondi) and UODA CSE Department (3/C Satmasjid Road, Dhanmondi).
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