Headline
** Call it national government, call it emergency government – but the need for change is urgent ** Rains lash Dhaka, trigger snarls ** Global Covid cases near 527 million ** No advice to be economical, honest people are already in hardship ** Flooding affects millions in Sylhet ** India, Bangladesh train services to resume shortly ** Global Covid cases near 526 million ** Gridlocks greet capital commuters ** Consumers buying rice from a Food Directorate's Truck posted at Abdul Gani road in the capital on Thursday amid soaring prices of essential commodities. NN photo ** Is Bangladesh heading toward a Sri Lanka-like crisis? ** Veteran journalist Abdul Gaffar Chowdhury no more ** Averting currency crisis without power sector reform ** Boatmen struggle to cross the Buriganga River as water hyacinths cover part of the river near Islampur in the capital. NN photo ** Nasir, two others indicted in Pori Moni case ** Covid-19: Bangladesh logs 22 new cases, no death ** HC cancels bail of expelled JL leader Samrat ** Truck-microbus collision leaves 2 dead in Natore ** PK Halder now wants to return to Bangladesh knowing he has powerful friends to help him ** Sylhet flood situation worsens, thousands marooned ** Extradition of PK Halder has to go thru’ legal process: Indian envoy ** Govt fixes toll rate for using Padma Bridge ** Bangladesh marks Hasina's homecoming ** Global Covid cases near 522 million ** Children take bath in the Buriganga River in Dhaka to ward off the scorching summer heat. This photo was taken from Buriganga embankment on Monday. NN photo ** Sweden takes formal decision to apply for NATO membership **

DIU school establishesPermanent campus at Uttara with expanded play ground

03 January 2022


Campus Life :
The Daffodil Family has taken initiative to establish a permanent campus of Daffodil International School with a large playground at Rupayan City in Uttara. In this regard, a Memorandum of Understanding was signed between Rupayan Group and Daffodil Family recently. Daffodil Family CEO Mr. Mohammad Nuruzzaman and Rupayan City Uttara Vice Chairman Mr. Mahir Ali Khan Ratul signed the MoU on behalf of their respective organizations. Prof Dr. Md Mahmudul Hassan, Principal,Daffodil International School, Mr. Md. Jafar Ahmed Patwary,General Manager of DCL, Prof. Dr.  Sakhawat Hossain,Principal of DIITMr. Mahbubur Rahman, DMD, Mr. Rezaul Karim Limon,GM of Rupayan City, students, their parents,  teachers, and many more leading personalities of the locality also graced the occasion by their presence.
At the MoU signing Ceremony Mr. Mohammad Nuruzzaman said that Daffodil International School set another milestone in its success historyto ensure the development of talent and thinking of the students.
The Chairman of Rupayan City said, "We are really proud to have the opportunity to establish to be associated with a reputed school of Daffodil Family in our Rupayan City. We will not skimp on overall cooperation to ensure the development of this school.
The principal of Daffodil International School said in his speech that the next academic year of English Medium Cambridge Curriculum will be startedin this campus, the preparation of which is going on rampant. He added that to ensure good education in an education-friendly environment, it would be a large campus ideal for English medium schools.

Tariff
Add Rate