Metropolitan University in Bateshwar, Sylhet, showed its
commitment to environmental sustainability with a vibrant tree plantation
programme, attended by key figures, including Dr. Toufique Rahman Chowdhury,
Chairman of the Board of Trustees.
During the event, Dr. Toufique Rahman Chowdhury emphasized
the university's enduring dedication to environmental preservation. The programme
featured the formal inauguration of a tea tree planting initiative in a
specially designated dune area, earmarked for exhibition and research programme.
This initiative serves as a testament to Metropolitan University's vision for a
Among the distinguished attendees were Tanwir M. O. Rahman
Chowdhury, Vice Chairman of the Board of Trustees; Professor Dr. Mohammad
Jahirul Hoque, Vice Chancellor; and Dr. Mohammad Jamal Uddin, Dean of the
School of Business and Economics. The event also saw active participation from
academic and administrative leaders, including Md. Emran Uddin, Associate
Professor & Head of the Department of Business Administration, Mr. Tarek
Islam (Registrar), Md. Enamul Haque (Director of Finance), Mihir Kanti
Choudhury (Deputy Registrar), Kh. Md. Rajin Saleh Alam (Assistant Director of
Sports), and Rupa Islam (Officer of Exam).
Metropolitan University not only serves as an academic hub
but also as a tourist attraction, drawing visitors daily. The establishment of
a small-scale tea garden, as highlighted by Dr. Toufique Rahman Chowdhury, aims
to showcase the rich heritage of Sylhet, renowned as the 'Land of Two Leaves
and a Bud,' and a leading region in the country for tea production.
The collective efforts of the university's leadership and
participants underscore the institution's holistic approach toward creating a
sustainable and environmentally conscious campus, reflecting a shared
commitment to a greener tomorrow.