Activities

Pitha Utsob

17 Jan 2019

Cultural Club of World University of Bangladesh arranged a two-day Pitha festival on 17 - 18 January, 2019 at the main campus auditorium. Mr. Moshiur Rahman, Finance Advisor to the Honorable Prime Minister of the People's Republic of Bangladesh, was present in the inaugural ceremony as the chief guest. Morsheda Chowdhury, Treasurer, World University of Bangladesh delivered welcome speech on this occasion. Professor Dr. M. Nurul Islam, Pro-Vice Chancellor and Professor Dr. Musfiq Mannan Choudhury, Chief Advisor were present as Special Guests. Professor Dr. Abdul Mannan Choudhury, Honorable Vice Chancellor, World University of Bangladesh chaired the inaugural session. Students of all the departments of the university displayed about seventy types of traditional Bangladeshi Pitha in different stalls in the fair.Visitors appreciated the arrangement and thanked the participating students

 

World University of Bangladesh Cultural Club has arranged ‘Chaitra Sankranti and Welcome Festival’ of the Bangla year 1425. The ceremony was inaugurated on April 09, 2018 by Mr. Ramendu Majumdar, the renowned Actor, Stage Director and Theater Producer. The festival was presided over by the Vice Chancellor of the University, Prof. Dr. Abdul Mannan Choudhury while the  welcome speech was given by Prof. Dr. Musfiq M. Choudhury, Chief Advisor of the university.  Prof. Dr. M Nurul Islam, Pro-Vice Chancellor of WUB and  Morsheda Choudhury, Treasurer of WUB were also present as special guests.

Students from all the departments  of the university participated in this festival by opening stalls with  various traditional Chaitra and Boishaki foods and artistic materials. The festival will continue for two days, April 9th and 10th from 9:30 am to 6:30 pm.

Know About Us

WUB cultural Club is the medium of social, cultural and recreational activities in the campus. This club has been assisting the students to organize, commemorate and celebrate different types of events and festivals throughout the year. Renowned personalities of our country appreciated such attempts by their graceful presence in many festivals. This club is comprised of repetitive members of each department under the guidance of faculty coordinators.

Vision

To help students examine similarities and differences among cultural groups and gain a greater cultural consciousness, understanding, and sensitivity through in-depth cultural studies and culturally immersive service learning experiences

Mission

Promoting a vibrant campus experience through organizing innumerable activities pertaining to the performing arts and cultural activities bringing people from all walks, interests, and ethnicity come together in ways that stimulate lifelong learning, and community interactions. 

Objectives

Participation in cultural activities results in enhancement of the personal skills and experiences like confidence; self-presentation; teamwork and collaboration; time management and organizational skills; self-awareness; self-discipline; open mindedness to move beyond boundaries and experiment with different ideas; communication skills; the ability to cope with criticism and learn from them resulting in a whole new developed, changed and an improved person.

Goals

  1. Making platform to flourish student’s creativity and to have experience with different ideas.
  2. Enhancement of the personal skills and experience like confidence, self-presentation, etc.
  3. Practicing traditional cultures.
  4. Building patriotic spirits.
  5. Strengthen teacher – student relationship.
  6. Ekusey Dealika

Policies

  1. Annual Cultural Programme
  2. Fruit Festival
  3. Pitha Festival
  4. Chaitra Shankriti and Pahela Baishakh Celebration