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Environment Week 2015
Sat, Feb 28, 2015 9am until Fri, Mar 6, 2015 7pm
BUET - Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology Dhaka
Feb 7, 2015

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day-1 (28.02.2015):

• Inauguration of the “Environment Week”
• Magazine Publication
• Dustbin Settlement on the necessary places in the campus
• Tree Plantation

Day-2 (01.03.2015):

• Seminar on environment
• Photographic Exhibition

Day-3 (02.03.2015):

• Poster presentation
• Idea based competition on improvement of environment of our Campus

Day-4 (03.03.2015):

• Awareness raising songs by boyati infront of the cafeteria

Day-5 (04.03.2015):

• Tree Fair infront of the cafeteria
• Closing ceremony

Day-6 (06.03.2015):

• Nature Olympiad (Inter-college & inter-university)
• Prize giving ceremony
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