ULAB pays homage to language martyrs
Campus desk || risingbd.com
University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB) paid tributes to the language martyrs on Sunday on ULAB's permanent campus at Mohammadpur in the city.
One minute of silence was observed paying homage to the language martyrs on 21st February.
The keynote speaker was Abdul Mannan, a renowned academician, former chairman of UGC and Professor of ULAB. In his speech, he highlighted the context of Bayanna's language movement. He called upon the young generation to always strive to maintain the dignity of Bengali language.
ULAB Vice-Chancellor Professor Imran Rahman said that, ‘almost all languages of the world have pure and regional forms like Bengali. Some languages are lost in different realities. Many anthropological languages of Bangladesh are being lost'.
He emphasized on the correct application of language in the official and other fields of the students and at the same time advised them to take care of their respective regional languages.
ULAB Treasurer, Registrar, Deans, Heads of Departments, Faculty Members, Administrative Officers and Students were present on the occasion among others.