We believe that India and Bangladesh must develop and grow together, ensuring that our growth provides more opportunities to both our peoples," said President Mukherjee in his convocation address and acceptance speech at the University of Dhaka.
What does DU stand for?
DU stands for University of Dhaka (Bangladesh)
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- Dubrovnik, Croatia (license plate)
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- Duke University
- Duodenal Ulcer
- Duplicator Unit
- Duquesne University (Pittsburgh, PA, USA)
- Dwelling Unit (building)
- University of Denver
- Widespread Dust (METAR obscuration)
- Diplôme d'Université de Journaliste Reporter d'Images (French: university journalism grade)
- Dallas Urology Associates
- Dandenong Umpires Association (Dandenong, Australia)
- Data Use Agreement
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- Dead Upon Arrival
- Death Upon Arrival (band)
- Denksportclub Universiteit Antwerpen (Belgium)
- Dense Urban Area
Samples in periodicals archive:
Ali has a master's degree in science from the University of Dhaka.
ISLAMABAD -- Under the patronage of the Commission on Science and Technology for Sustainable Development in the South, ISESCO and COMSTECH; the University of Dhaka, and the Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET), recently organized the International Workshop on Nano-technology in Bangladesh.
She graduated from the University of Dhaka in 1973.
Turkish President said he would also attend a ceremony where University of Dhaka will confer honorary doctorate on him.
She received her master's degree from the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh.
It's a real challenge, not out in the rural areas, but in Dhaka, where the pressures of being one of the world's fastest growing cities push the slums further and further out each year Abul Barkat, economics professor at the University of Dhaka, says what is happening in the city is not so much urbanisation as slumisation; he is sceptical about official figures showing that sanitation coverage has increased from 33% in 2003 to 84% today.
He earned a bachelors degree in mechanical engineering from the Engineering University of Dhaka in Bangladesh and received his MBA from the University of Rochester, NY.