On 17 July 2019 Hamdard University Bangladesh organized yearly Tree Plantation Program and a Seminar on “Saving the Endangered Ganges River Dolphin in Bangladesh” in its permanent campus at Hamdard Nagor, Gazaria, Munshiganj. The member of the Board of Trustees of the University and Deputy Managing Director of Hamdard Laboratories (Waqf) Bangladesh Mohammad Zamal Uddin (Russel) graced the occasion as the Chief Guest while the Pro-Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr. Md. Abul Khair, Dean of Faculty of Business Administration Prof Dr Md Nasim Anzum, Dean Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Prof. Dr. Mohammad Sadirul Islam, Dean (In-charge) of Faculty of Sciences, Engineering and Technology Assoc. Prof Dr Mohammad Rabiul Alam, the Registrar Dr Md Moazzom Hossain, the Controller of Examinations Md. Nurul Huda, all the Heads of the Departments, all Faculty members, students and officers were present.
The Vice – Chancellor of the University Prof Dr Md Abdul Mannan presided over the program.
At the beginning of the program dignitaries along with faculty members and students planted trees on the campus.
The keynote speaker of the Seminar was the Bangabondhu National Award Winner and former Professor of Chittagong University Prof Benazir Ahmed. He discussed the various types of Dolphin and their life cycle. He presented why the population of the Dolphin is decreasing day to day in the rivers of Bangladesh.
Mohammad Zamal Uddin (Russel) thanked all the concerned of this University to organize the Tree Plantation Program and the Seminar. He briefly discussed the natural beauty of this University.
Prof Dr Md Abdul Mannan expressed his thanks to the Chief guest and keynote speaker for giving valuable time and efforts. He shortly discussed the philanthropic activities of Founder and Chief patron of this University Dr Hakim Md Yousuf Harun Bhuiyan. He believed that the students of this University will be aware and save the environment through such Tree Plantation Program and the Seminar. Hamdard University Bangladesh will be a model of Green Campus, hoped Prof Mannan.