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NewsMinister(Economic)of the Embassy of Bangladesh visits Shizuoka University for round table discussions with study abroad students.


Round table discussion with Bangladeshi students

Discussions with President Ito and Prof. Suzuki

On July 28th(Mon)through the 29th(Tues), Dr. Jiban Ranjan Majumder, Minister(Economic), Embassy of Bangladesh, visited Shizuoka University. The main purpose for the visit is to have round table discussions with Bangladeshi students at Shizuoka University; the minister has been energetically rounding universities throughout Japan. At present, there are 18 Bangladeshi students residing at Shizuoka University, and all are in their Ph.D. programs in the Graduate School of Science and Technology(GSST).
Firstly, the discussions with Minister (Economic) Majumder took place on the Hamamatsu Campus, on the 28th, with 1 Bangladeshi student, and Prof. Naoki Wakiya and Prof. Takayoshi Nakai of Graduate School of Engineering. Following on the 29th, the minster visited the Shizuoka Campus, where he met with Prof. Tetsu Mieno (GSST), who explained the technological research exchange going on between this university and Bangladeshi universities. Afterwards, the round table discussion with 13 Bangladeshi students ensued, who energetically conveyed the research that they are presently conducting as well as the facets of life in Japan.

Also, after the discussions, the minister made a courtesy call on President Yukihiro Ito. Prof. Shigehiko Suzuki, Vice-President of International Strategic Affairs, Prof. Noriko Matsuda of the International Center, and Prof. Mieno were also present, where the strengthening of collaborative ties between Japan and Bangladesh was the topic of the conversation.


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