The residential halls of Noakhali University of Science and Technology (NSTU) have been reopened after a long year and a half due to the reduction in corona infection.
NSTU Vice Chancellor Professor Didar-ul-Alam officially reopened the heroic freedom fighter Abdul Malek Ukil Hall and Bangamata Sheikh Fazilatunnesa Mujib Hall for the students.
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On the occasion of the heroic freedom fighter Abdul Malek lawyer, the chief guest in the speech of the Vice-Chancellor Professor Md Didar-ul-Alam said, "The residential hall of Noakhali University of Science and Technology was opened today due to the reduction in Covid-19 infection. Students will enter the hall following complete hygiene rules." In this case, the students must behave in accordance with the discipline. '
Vice-Chancellor Professor Md Abdul Baki, Treasurer Professor Md Faruk Uddin, President of the Teachers Association, Professor Newaz Mohammad Bahadur, vice-president Anisuzzaman, General Secretary Majnur Rahman, Director of IIS Professor Firoz Ahmed and others were present at the programme. Students, teachers, officers and employees greeted the residential students with sweets and flowers.
Officials stated that residential students who have received at least one dose of vaccine will be allowed to enter if they see the vaccination card and hall ID card.