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The Faculty

At present, there are 88 teachers in the faculty of Veterinary Medicine in various departments. Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) is a 5-year technical degree with a 1-year internship program. The faculty is led by a Dean, who is appointed for 2 years on the basis of seniority of the Professor among the faculties of Faculty of Veterinary Medicine. The faculty offers various taught and practical courses through 9 departments. The faculty has inherited a newly updated syllabus with the latest teaching methodology of Problem Based Learning (PBL). Over the years, the faculty has been exchanging its students to overseas in their internship program in reputed universities of the USA, Malaysia, Thailand, and India.


Departments

The FVM is composed of 9 respective departments that offer various undergraduate courses in a 5-year program. 

Department of Anatomy and Histology (ANH)

Department of Physiology. Biochemistry and Pharmacology (PBP)

Department of Animal Science and Nutrition (ASN)

Department of Microbiology and Veterinary Public Health (MVP)

Department of Pathology and Parasitology (PTP)

Department of Genetics and Animal Breeding (GAB)

Department of Dairy and Poultry Science (DPS)

Department of Agricultural Economics and Social Sciences (AES)

Department of Medicine and Surgery (MDS)

 Undergraduate Admission

 CVASU is a coeducational institution and admission to CVASU is highly competitive. The students after 12 class of schooling (Higher Secondary level) with a Science background can appear in the admission test. Under the umbrella of cluster admission test of the agricultural universities held at the beginning of the academic year, CVASU offers admission to 100 qualifying students for the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) program. Importantly, the university maintains special provisions to provide admission for a specific number of students from the country's indigenous community so as to encourage them in higher education and learning. A few seats are preserved for offsprings of the freedom fighters as well.

Details of the admission procedure are available at www.cvasu.ac.bd/index.php/bachelors/ or www.admission-agri.org.

Facilities and Amenities

Laboratories

Each department under the FVM has its own laboratories enriched with modern sophisticated equipment with cutting edge technologies. Each laboratory has a skilled Technical Officer who maintains the laboratory data and aid students in performing their laboratory experiments under the guidance of respective faculty of the department. There is also a Laboratory Animal Unit and Small farm of large animals for practical experiments in the main campus.

Major Labs:

Academic Department


Laboratories

Anatomy and Histology


Gross Anatomy Lab


Histology Lab


Cell Biology Lab

Animal Science and Nutrition


Animal Nutrition Lab


Animal Science Lab

 


Postgraduate Lab

Microbiology and Veterinary Public Health


General Microbiology Lab


Virology Lab


Molecular Microbiology Lab

Dairy and Poultry Science


Dairy Science Lab


Poultry Science Lab

Physiology, Biochemistry and Pharmacology


Physiology Lab


Biochemistry Lab


Pharmacology and Toxicology Lab


Postgraduate Research Lab

Genetics and Animal Breeding


Genetics Lab


Animal Breeding Lab

Pathology and Parasitology


Pathology Lab


Parasitology Lab


Histopathology Lab


Clinical Pathology Lab

 


Molecular Lab

Agricultural Economics and Social Sciences


Digital English Language Lab


Agricultural Economics and Social Sciences Lab

Medicine and Surgery


Medicine Lab


Rumen Lab


Andrology Lab


Surgery Lab


Epidemiology Computer Lab

 

Anatomy Museum

The Anatomy museum housed in a spacious well-decorated room in the Department of Anatomy and Histology contains skeletons of different animals and birds such as horse, ox, deer, camel, duck, goat, sheep, pigeon, crocodile, snake, lizard, pig, ostrich and monkey. You may lose yourself in the Country’s first-ever Anatomy Museum which displays 30 stuffed animals, 20 animal models, 500 specimens preserved in formaldehyde, 2,000 different types of bones, 75 models of different animals, 3,000 different slides, and 30 portraits of scientists. Dried soft organs of some animals are also preserved in the museum. The University authorities have not fixed any entrance fee yet. Therefore, anyone can visit the museum free of cost on weekdays.

Teaching Veterinary Hospital

The S A Quadery Teaching Veterinary Hospital (SAQTVH) of CVASU offers hands-on exposure to clinical and surgical practices to the Veterinary students in pursuing their undergraduate and postgraduate degrees. Every day a good number of clinical and surgical cases large and small animals are registered in this hospital for treatment and consultation purposes. The students from their 3rd year of undergraduate DVM degree have mandatory hospital duty in the hospital up to their internship. The hospital also supports the DVM students from other Vet schools of home and abroad for their internship. Another new endeavor of CVASU -Teaching and Training Pet Hospital and Research Center (TTPHRC) situated at Purbachal, Dhaka is the first-ever pet hospital of its kind in Bangladesh and is solely dedicated for pet animals.

Institutes

The institutes function under the executive and academic control of the University with separate governing bodies. Currently, CVASU has Poultry Research and Training Center (PRTC) which is equipped with sophisticated modern instruments and laboratory appliances for feed analysis and animal disease diagnosis. CVASU also has One Health Institute which promotes the 'One-World-One-Health' concept for enhancing research and dissemination of knowledge on one health issue. This institute also offers Masters in Public Health (MPH) in the semester-based program to professionals of multidisciplinary biological backgrounds. The third one is the Institute of Coastal biodiversity, marine fisheries, and wildlife Conservation which is located in Dariyanagar beside Cox’s Bazar Marine Drive. 

Research and Farm based campus

It is a research and farm-based campus of the university which is located in Hathazari Upazilla of Chattogram - 25 km away from the main campus. Two new institutes and two new faculties will be established there to provide adequate research facilities to the students and researchers for knowledge development.

Computer lab

The undergraduate students could access the Computer lab during the library hours with its well set up 40 computers and necessary digital infrastructure to catch the ever-increasing information. A well-equipped e-resource center is also there for accessing e-journals, e-books, and other e-materials for research students. The computer lab is equipped with high-speed internet connections and a set of powerful multimedia capabilities. 

English Language Lab

CVASU has a highly interactive digital English language laboratory which is a dedicated space for English language learning. Here, students have access to different audio-visual materials for their language development. 

Library

The CVASU Central Library generally manages knowledge both in print and digital formats and ensures seamless discovery and access to these scholarly resources to the library users. It provides high-quality ambiance for both reflective and collaborative work and study. To ensure effective and efficient information services to the patrons, CVASU Central Library has introduced state of the art automation technology using Radio Frequency Identification (RFID). The library also has a corner named Bangabandhu corner and Liberation war corner which has archived the documents, books, and published materials related to Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, Father of the Nation of Bangladesh and the liberation war of Bangladesh. The library operates from Sunday to Thursday from 9:00 am to 8:00 pm.

Students’ Welfare

Directorate of Students’ Welfare

The Directorate has the overall responsibility for student's welfare and student life on campus. It provides the students with various opportunities to foster their intellectual and personal growth, to make friends from different cultures, and to ensure the overall educational experience at CVASU. Students are strongly encouraged to participate in the diversity of students’ activities organized by the office of Student Affairs and to expand their horizons outside the classrooms through exposure to social, cultural, career development, recreational, and governance programs.

Financial Support

CVASU ensures every convenience is provided to enable a smooth, stress-free campus life where students can single-mindedly focus on their education, helping them transform into confident and competent veterinary professionals. For the needy students, the university arranges special stipend and scholarships through various outsources. Related information can be availed from the Directorate of Students’ Welfare. 

Tutorial System

The Tutorial system is here to help you gain understanding and insight into any difficulties you may be experiencing, to develop emotional resilience, and put into effect real change, enabling you to fulfill your academic and personal potential. The 1st year students are guided by respective faculty members of the Faculty within a 4-5 student cohort group.

Medical Center

The university has a dedicated health center for taking care of the students’ health. The center has qualified doctors and health instructors who are available at the campus throughout the day and are available over the phone during emergencies. The center also provides basic medications for the students for free of cost. Additionally, there is a 24-hour ambulance service to tackle any unwanted medical emergencies.

Sports and Recreation

The Physical Education department provides facilities for the gym, football, cricket, volleyball, tennis, badminton, and basketball. Regular sport meets and game competitions are important features of campus life. Cable TV connection is available in halls and residential quarters. The students frequently arrange cultural programs, film shows, indoor games competitions, and so on.

Canteen

Each residential hall in addition to the central students’ canteen (Shubho Canteen) has dining facilities in a very reasonable price.

Shuttle Bus

University has several buses and mini-buses to carry the non-residential students to the campus. The buses are operated on different routes throughout the city. Bus routes and schedules can be availed from the Transport Office of CVASU.

Residential Halls

Currently, there are two residential halls at the university- Bir Muktijoddha M.A. Hannan Hall for male students and Bangamata Fazilatunnesa Hall for female students.  A total of 804 students can reside in Bir Muktijoddha M.A. Hannan Hall while the accommodation capacity of the Bangamata Fazilatunnesa Hall is about 420. Each residential hall has indoor games facilities, a spacious TV room, and a flower garden.

Safety and Security

The campus is a safe and secured place to study, stay, and socialize. Though the campus is fully covered by CCTV surveillance, it is sensible to be cautious for personal safety. The students are also advised to take precautions while using stairs, lifts, lab articles, and any other electrical appliances. There is a very busy and accident-prone road at the front gate of the campus and it is highly recommended to be extra vigilant while crossing the road.

Staff-students’ Responsibilities

Faculty members instruct undergraduate and graduate students and also conduct research and consultancy works. A total of 88 faculty members along with 216 non-academic and supporting staff are constantly rendering their respective services for ensuring academic excellence. Our faculty members continuously share their experiences; prepare scholarly articles and presentations for other fellow academicians, researchers, practicing vets, and students, and always link with the field problems to develop new research proposals. The students are expected to interact with their course teachers and instructors for developing their course understanding. 

Code of conduct

Code of conduct is the principle that dictates the students how they should operate and behave in campus life. These codes include high moral and ethical standards; respect and tolerance; honesty and integrity; discipline; obedience to the university rules and regulations; community and environmental welfare; and fair competition. It is highly expected that students behave in such a way that a peaceful harmonious atmosphere exists on the campus. It is also recommended that students rightly use social media and show their tolerant positive attitude with the utmost respect to all communities. Proctor office is supervising and controlling authority in this regard and you may contact the Proctorial Body for any further clarification. 

Harassment

The university has a ‘zero-tolerance’ policy for any sorts of student harassment or ragging. The proctor office takes care of this issue with the utmost importance. The students are advised to communicate with the proctor office for any such incidences. CVASU expects all members of its community to treat each other with respect, politeness, and consideration.

Academic Dress Codes

Students should wear a smart but comfortable dress in theory classes while they should wear a lab coat (white apron) in the laboratory and academic year-specific clinical uniform in the Hospital. Furthermore, internship students must wear scrub suits during handling patients in the hospital. Students are recommended to use full covered shoes rather than slippers during working in Teaching Veterinary Hospital.

Academic Integrity and Plagiarism

Academic integrity or academic honesty is the basic foundation of academic and career life. It includes the attitude, behaviour, and actions in an academic environment while seating for exams, doing researches, preparing assignments, presenting, or creating a project. Honesty, trust, respect, fairness, and responsibility are the five crucial values you have to maintain during your academic life. Moreover, academic integrity is the commitment to live by these values. On the other hand, Plagiarism is an aspect of academic integrity, which is to use, steal or represent anyone’s ideas, words, data, or products as your own ideas, words, data or products or using those without giving proper credit to the original author/s. Non-compliance with these rules will mean a breach of academic integrity. Any proven evidence of ‘Lack of Academic Integrity’ may bring the student under the Disciplinary Action as per University Policy.

 


 



Mohammad Alamgir Hossain
Professor and Dean
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine



Will be updated soon

 


Students Handbook (compressed version)

Degree: Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM

Course summary

Total Courses: 81 (Including Internship Reports) in 10 semesters

Total Credits: 182 (Theory: 98+ Practical: 84)

Department wise course distribution:

Department of Anatomy and Histology:

Gross Anatomy-I (GRA-101)                         

Histology and Embryology-I (HEM-101)

Gross Anatomy-II (GRA-102)

Histology and Embryology-II (HEM-102)

Avian Anatomy (AVA-102)

Comparative and Neuro-anatomy (CAN-201)

Applied Anatomy (APA-302)

 

Department of Physiology, Biochemistry and Pharmacology

Basic and circulatory Physiology (BCP-101)

Systemic Physiology (SPH-102)

Biochemistry (BIC-102)

Neuroendocrine and reproductive Physiology (NRP-201)

General Pharmacology (GPH-202)

Pharmacology and Therapeutics (PHT-301)

Toxicology (TOX-302)

Animal Welfare and Veterinary Ethics (AWE-401)

 

Department of Animal Science and Nutrition

Animal science (ANS-101)

Fodder Production (FPR-102)

Zoo and Lab Animal Management (ZAM-201)

Animal Nutrition (ANT-201)

Poultry Nutrition and Feed Milling Technology (PNT-202)

Meat Science and Animal By-Product Technology (MAT-402)

 

Department of Microbiology and Veterinary Public Health

General Microbiology (GMT-201)

Environmental Hygiene and Biosecurity (EHB-201)

Systemic Bacteriology and Mycology (SBM-202)

Virology (VIR-301)

Immunology and Serology (IMS-302)

Food Hygiene and Veterinary Public Health (FHB-402)

 

Department of Pathology and Parasitology

General Pathology-I (GPT-201)

General Pathology-II and Nutritional Pathology (GNP-202)

Systemic Pathology (SPT-301)

Pathology and Infectious Diseases (PID-302)

Avian Pathology (APT-401)

Clinical Pathology and Necropsy (CPN-401)

Platyhelminthes and Malacology (PLM-201)

Veterinary Nematology (VNM-202)

Veterinary Entomology (VEN-301)

Protozoology (PRT-302)

 

Department of Dairy and Poultry Science

 

Pet and Small Ruminant Production (PSR-202)

Poultry Production (PPR-202)

Breeder and Hatchery Management (BHM-301)

Large Animal Production (LAP-301)

Dairy Microbiology (DMC-301)

Dairy Science (DSC-302)

 

Department of Medicine and Surgery

 

Fundamental of Clinical Medicine (FCM-301)

General Medicine and Production Diseases (GPD-302)

General Surgery, Lameness and Soundness (GLS-302)

Farm Animal Medicine-I (FAM-401)

Anaesthesiology and Operative Surgery (AOS-401)

Avian Medicine (AVM- 401)

Gynaecology and Obstetrics (GOB-401)

Veterinary Epidemiology (VEP-401)

Preventive Veterinary Medicine (PVM-401)

Farm Animal Medicine-II (FAM-402)

Zoo and Wild Animal Medicine (ZWM-402)

Pet and Companion Animal Medicine (PAM-402)

Clinical Surgery and Imaging (CSI-402)

Andrology and Clinical AI (ACA-402)

Department of Genetics and Animal Breeding 

 

Animal Genetics (AGN-201)

Animal Breeding (ABR-301)

Animal Biotechnology (ABT-402)

 

 

Department of Agricultural Economics and Social Sciences

 

Communicative English (ENG-101)

Rural Sociology and Anthropology (RSA-101)

Biostatistics (BST- 202)

Livestock Economics and Marketing (LEM-302)

Entrepreneurship Development and Business Management (EBM-401)

Agricultural Extension (AEX-402)

 

 

Semester-wise Course Distribution

Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Dept.

Theory (Marks)

Practical (Marks)

Total Marks

Theory (Credits)

Practical (Credits)

Total (Credits)

DVM-101

GRA-101

Gross Anatomy-I

ANH

100

50

150

2

1

3

DVM-101

HEM-101

Histology and Embryology-I

ANH

100

50

150

2

1

3

DVM-101

BCP-101

Basic and Circulatory Physiology

PBP

50

50

100

1

1

2

DVM-101

ANS-101

Animal Science

ASN

100

50

150

2

1

3

DVM-101

ENG-101

Communicative English

AES

50

50

100

1

1

2

DVM-101

RSA-101

Rural  Sociology and Anthropology

AES

100

0

100

2

0

2

DVM-101

Total

 

 

500

250

750

10

5

15

DVM-102

GRA-102

Gross Anatomy-II

ANH

100

50

150

2

1

3

DVM-102

HEM-102

Histology and Embryology-II

AMH

100

50

150

2

1

3

DVM-102

SPH-102

Systemic Physiology

PBP

100

50

150

2

1

3

DVM-102

FPR-102

Fodder Production

ASN

50

50

100

1

1

2

DVM-102

BIC-102

Biochemistry

PBP

100

50

150

2

1

3

DVM-102

AVA-102

Avian Anatomy

ANH

50

0

50

1

0

1

DVM-102

Total 

 

 

500

250

750

10

5

15

DVM-201

GPT-201

General Pathology-I

PTP

100

50

150

2

1

3

DVM-201

GMC-201

General Microbiology

MVP

100

50

150

2

1

3

DVM-201

PLM-201

Platyhelminthes and Malacology

PTP

100

50

150

2

1

3

DVM-201

NRP-201

Neuro Endocrine and Reproductive Physiology

PBP

50

50

100

1

1

2

DVM-201

ANT-201

Animal Nutrition

ASN

100

50

150

2

1

3

DVM-201

ZAM-201

Zoo, Wild and Lab Animal Management

ASN

50

50

100

1

1

2

DVM-201

CAN-201

Comparative and Neuro Anatomy

ANH

0

50

50

0

1

1

DVM-201

AGN-201

Animal Genetics

GAB

100

50

150

2

1

3

DVM-201

EHB-201

Environmental Hygiene and Bio-security

MVP

50

0

50

1

0

1

DVM-201

Total

 

 

650

400

1050

13

8

21

DVM-202

GNP-202

General Pathology-II and Nutritional Pathology

PTP

50

50

100

1

1

2

DVM-202

SBM-202

Systemic Bacteriology and Mycology

MVP

100

50

150

2

1

3

DVM-202

VNM-202

Veterinary Nematology

PTP

100

50

150

2

1

3

DVM-202

GPH-202

General Pharmacology

PBP

50

50

100

1

1

2

DVM-202

PNT-202

Poultry Nutrition and Feed Milling Technology

ASN

100

50

150

2

1

3

DVM-202

PSR-202

Pet  and Small Ruminant Production

DPS

50

50

100

1

1

2

DVM-202

PPR-202

Poultry Production

DPS

100

50

150

2

1

3

DVM-202

BST-202

Biostatistics

AES

100

50

150

2

1

3

DVM-202

Total

 

 

650

400

1050

13

8

21

DVM-301

FCM-301

Fundamental of Clinical Medicine

MDS

50

50

100

1

1

2

DVM-301

SPT-301

Systemic Pathology

PTP

100

50

150

2

1

3

DVM-301

VEN-301

Veterinary Entomology

PTP

50

50

100

1

1

2

DVM-301

VIR-301

Virology

MVP

100

50

150

2

1

3

DVM-301

PHT-301

Pharmacology and Therapeutics

PTP

100

50

150

2

1

3

DVM-301

BHM-301

Breeder and Hatchery Management

DPS

50

50

100

1

1

2

DVM-301

ABR-301

Animal Breeding

GAB

50

50

100

1

1

2

DVM-301

LAP-301

Large Animal Production

DPS

100

50

150

2

1

3

DVM-301

DMC-301

Dairy Microbiology

MVP

50

50

100

1

1

2

DVM-301

Total

 

 

650

450

1100

13

9

22

DVM-302

PID-302

Pathology of Infectious Diseases

PTP

100

0

100

2

0

2

DVM-302

PRT-302

Protozoology

PTP

50

50

100

1

1

2

DVM-302

GPD-302

General Medicine and Production Diseases

MDS

100

50

150

2

1

3

DVM-302

GLS-302

General Surgery, Lameness and Soundness

MDS

100

50

150

2

1

3

DVM-302

TAA-302

Topographic and Applied Anatomy

ANH

0

50

50

0

1

1

DVM-302

LEM-302

Livestock Economics and Marketing

AES

100

50

150

2

1

3

DVM-302

DSC-302

Dairy Science

DPS

100

50

150

2

1

3

DVM-302

TOX-302

Toxicology

PBP

100

50

150

2

1

3

DVM-302

IMS-302

Immunology and Serology

MVP

50

50

100

1

1

2

DVM-302

Total

 

 

700

400

1100

14

8

22

DVM-401

FAM-401

Farm Animal Medicine-I

MDS

100

50

150

2

1

3

DVM-401

VEP-401

Veterinary Epidemiology

MDS

50

50

100

1

1

2

DVM-401

PVM-401

Preventive Veterinary Medicine

MDS

100

0

100

2

0

2

DVM-401

GOB-401

Gynecology and Obstetrics

MDS

100

50

150

2

1

3

DVM-401

AOS-401

Anesthesiology and Operative Surgery

MDS

100

50

150

2

1

3

DVM-401

AVM-401

Avian Medicine

MDS

50

0

50

1

0

1

DVM-401

EBM-401

Entrepreneurship Development and Business Management

AES

100

0

100

2

0

2

DVM-401

APT-401

Avian Pathology

PTP

50

50

100

1

1

2

DVM-401

AWE-401

Animal Welfare and Veterinary Ethics

PBP

50

0

50

1

0

1

DVM-401

CPN-401

Clinical Pathology and Necropsy

PTP

0

50

50

0

1

1

DVM-401

PBL-401

Problem Based Learning

 

0

100

100

0

2

2

DVM-401

Total

 

 

700

400

1100

14

8

22

DVM-402

FAM-402

Farm Animal Medicine-II

MDS

100

50

150

2

1

3

DVM-402

ZWM-402

Zoo and Wild Animal Medicine

MDS

50

50

100

1

1

2

DVM-402

ACA-402

Andrology and Clinical AI

MDS

50

50

100

1

1

2

DVM-402

PAM-402

Pet and Companion Animal Medicine

MDS

50

50

100

1

1

2

DVM-402

ABT-402

Animal Biotechnology

GAB

50

50

100

1

1

2

DVM-402

FHV-402

Food Hygiene and Veterinary Public Health

MVP

100

50

150

2

1

3

DVM-402

MAT-402

Meat Science and Animal By- product Technology

ASN

100

50

150

2

1

3

DVM-402

AEX-402

Agricultural Extension

AES

50

50

100

1

1

2

DVM-402

CSI-402

Clinical Surgery and Imaging

MDS

0

50

50

0

1

1

DVM-402

PBL-402

Problem Based Learning

 

0

100

100

0

2

2

DVM-402

Total

 

 

550

550

1100

11

11

22

DVM-501

CLM-501

Clinical Medicine

Internship

0

100

100

0

2

2

DVM-501

CLS-501

Clinical Surgery

0

100

100

0

2

2

DVM-501

PFP-501

Poultry Farm Management and Practice

0

100

100

0

2

2

DVM-501

BHF-501

Breeder and Hatchery Management and Feed Processing

0

50

50

0

1

1

DVM-501

CPV-501

Clinical Pathology, Pharmacy and Vaccinology

0

100

100

0

2

2

DVM-501

EMR-501

Extension, Marketing and Rural Campaign

0

100

100

0

2

2

DVM-501

Total

 

 

0

550

550

0

11

11

DVM-502

CMS-502

Clinical Medicine, Surgery and Epidemiology

Internship

0

100

100

0

2

2

DVM-502

DGF-502

Dairy and Goat Farm Management and Practice

0

100

100

0

2

2

DVM-502

THE-502

Theriogenology

0

50

50

0

1

1

DVM-502

ZPM-502

Zoo, Wildlife and Pet Animal Management and Practice

0

100

100

0

2

2

DVM-502

DPT-502

Dairy and Poultry Product Technology

0

50

50

0

1

1

DVM-502

PDR-502

Production Report

0

50

50

0

1

1

DVM-502

CLR-502

Clinical Report

0

100

100

0

2

2

DVM-502

Total

 

 

0

550

550

0

11

11


Grand Total

81 (Including Internship Reports)

4900

4200

9100

98

84

182

 



Mr. Tonmoya Deb
Assistant Registrar

 



Md. Badal Mosabber
Senior Office Asst. Cum-Computer Typist

Hafez Md. Kamal Howlader
Senior Office Sahayak

 

Name Semester Routine
Online Class Routine for DVM Fourth Year Second Semester (Session2016-2017). Fourth Year Second Semester
Fifth Year 2nd Semester Board Final Examination Fifth Year 2nd Semester
Routine of 101 DVM 1st year 1st Semester

 

Academic Notices

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ডিভিএম ৩য় বর্ষ ২য় সেমিস্টার ফাইনাল পরীক্ষা ২০১৯ এর অকৃতকার্য ছাত্র-ছাত্রীদের ক্লাশ ও মিডটার্ম পরীক্ষা গ্রহণ প্রসঙ্গে। (Dec. 10, 2020) Dec 09, 2020


 

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