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National Defence College

5 Sep 2018

SEMINAR ON "ROHINGYA CRISIS : CHALLENGES AND WAYS FORWARD"

A day-long seminar of AFWC 2018 was held on 05 September 2018 on "Rohingya Crisis : Challenges and Ways Forward". Mr Abul Hassan Mahmood Ali, MP, Hon'ble Foreign Minister, Govt. of the people's Republic of Bangladesh graced the occasion as chief guest. Prof. Dr. Imtiaz Ahmed, Dept of International Relation, Dhaka University and Mr. Asif Munier, Former Official of International Organization of Migration (IOM)  presented two keynote papers. Another keynote paper presented by selected course members of AFWC 2018. Distingushed Academics, Professionals, Senior Military Officers, Govt. Officials, Representatives of Civil Society, Commandant, Faculty, Staff Officers and all course members of 2018  attended the seminar.

3 Sep 2018

SEMINAR ON "REGIONAL CONNECTIVITY : OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES"

A day-long seminar organized by NDC jointly with Bangladesh Institute of International and Strategic Studies (BIISS) and Bangladesh Enterprise Institute  (BEI) on "Regional Connectivity : Opportunities and Challenges" on 03 September 2018. Dr. Hossain Zillur Rahman, Former Advisor to the Caretaker Govt of Bangladesh, and Executive Chairman, Power and Participation Research Centre graced the seminar as Chief Guest. Session 1 chaired by Major General A K M Abdur Rahman, ndc, psc, Director General, BIISS and Session 2 and 3 chaired by Ambassador Humayun Kabir, Vice President, BEI. Distinguished, Academics, Professionals, Senior Military Officers, Government Officials, Representatives of Civil Society, Commandant, Faculty, Staff officers and all course members of ND Course 2018 attended the seminar.

30 Aug 2018

LECTURE TO ND COURSE

H. E. Marcia Stephens Bllom Bernicat, Embassy of the United States of America delivered a lecture on "Contemporary USA : Its Foreign Policy, Security & Development Strategy and Bangladesh - USA Relations" to ND Course-2018 on 30 August 2018.

29 Aug 2018

LECTURE TO ND COURSE

H.E. Mr. Hiroyasu lzumi, Embassy of Japan delivered a lecture on "Contemporary Japan : Its Foreign Policy, Security & Development Strategy and Bangladesh - Japan Relations" to ND Course 2018 on 29 August 2018.

28 Aug 2018

LECTURE TO ND COURSE

H. E. Gen A W J C De Silva (Retd), High Commission of Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka delivered a lecture on "Contemporary Sri Lanka : Its Foreign Policy, Security & Development Strategy and Bangladesh - Sri Lanka Relations" to ND Course 2018 on 28 August 2018.

27 Aug 2018

LECTURE TO ND COURSE

H. E. Mr. Joao Tabajara de Oliveira Junior, Embassy of the Federative Republic of Brazil delivered a lecture on " Contemporary Brazil : Its Foreign Policy, Security & Development Strategy and Bangladesh -Brazil Relations " to ND Course-2018 on 27 August 2018.

26 Aug 2018

Lecture to ND Course-2018

Lt Gen Sheikh Mamun Khaled, SUP, rcds, psc, PhD, Commandant, NDC delivered a lecture to ND Course 2018 on 26 August 2018.

26 Aug 2018

LECTURE TO ND COURSE

H. E. Ms Alison Blake, British High Commission delivered a lecture on "Contemporary UK : Its Foreign Policy, Security & Development Strategy and Bangladesh -UK Relations " to ND Course-2018 on 26 August 2018.

16 Aug 2018

VISIT TO NDC

A 12 Members delegation of teachers from Begum Rokeya University, Rangpur led by Vice-Chancellor, Professor Nazmul Ahsan Kalimullah visited NDC On 16 August 2018.

16 Aug 2018

LECTURE TO ND COURSE-2018

H.E. Yousuf S.Y Ramadan, Embassy of the State of Palestine delivered a lecture on "Contemporary Palestine: Its Future and Bangladesh-Palestine Relations" To ND Course-2018 On 16 August 2018.

15 Aug 2018

The National Mourning Day

NDC observed The National Mourning Day On 15 August 2018 with due Reverence and Solemnity, marking the 43rd Anniversary of the assassination of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.

14 Aug 2018

Seminar at NDC

A Two -day long seminar of ND Course 2018 was held on 14 August & 3 September 2018. The theme of the seminar is "Regional Connectivity: Opportunities and Challenges" On Day-1, the Course members, was divided into four groups & presented four keynote papers.