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Department of Dairy and Poultry Sciences

The Department of Dairy and Poultry Sciences (DDPS) was established in 1996 with an aim to provide teaching, quality research and extension activities, under the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of CVASU.  Two different disciplines, Dairy Science and Poultry Science have been working together since its inception for offering variety of courses to the students of undergrad and postgrad level of this university. The courses are designed for giving special focus on production and improvement of livestock in addition to quality assurance of dairy and poultry products in order to fulfill consumer demand.  It is considered as one of the most promising and a leading department for the production subjects to provide quality education and cutting-edge research program for the students of Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and Food Science. The courses of this department are specially designed for the students to provide them opportunity about dairy, poultry, pet and small ruminant production, beef cattle, and draft power production, manufacturing processes of dairy   and poultry food products, quality   control of meat, egg, milk and other food products, improved farming mechanism and management practices, research focusing on dairy and poultry animals, marketing of products  at the both undergrad and postgrad  level. The understanding of dairy and poultry farm management, their modern production strategies, enhancing milk, meat and egg production , rendering   cutting-edge research  program, consulting services  are the  main   focuses of this department. The teaching strategy focuses on both theoretical and practical approaches via delivering lecture in the classes and hands on practices in the farm or lab, demonstration of farm animals and their handling and restraining mechanism under this program. Apart from teaching and research, faculties of this department also engaged with public and extension services and other extracurricular activities. The department is also providing technical and consultancy services to different national and private organizations, farmers and stakeholders, who are working in the field of dairy and poultry production, through training programs and direct consultancy. We are currently allocating total course credits 21 of  900 marks   for the students of Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, and only 7 credits of 350 marks offering  to  the   students of Faculty of Food Science and Technology from this department at the  undergrad level.  This department also offers Masters and PhD in Dairy & Poultry Sciences, respectively, where the students have an opportunity of uplifting their knowledge, skill, innovative idea, in the discipline of Dairy, Poultry, and other relevant field of livestock and agricultural research.  For the master in Poultry Science, we have allocated 1600 marks of credit 40, similar marks and credit are also assigned for conducting master degree in Dairy Science for the postgrad student. The PhD program is also offering from this department in either discipline i.e Dairy or Poultry Sciences separately, and this program is designed for three years.   The department is located on the 1st floor of Yusuf Chowdhury Bhaban, where we have well-equipped laboratory facilities for conducting research and other academic activities for the students and faculties.  

 

Vision:

To be nationally and internationally recognized as an excellent center for  teaching, research, education, extension and building up skilled manpower in the field of dairy and poultry sciences

Mission:

To discover, translate and implement new knowledge, innovation and technology in the field of dairy and poultry sciences for a sustainable and competitive livestock sector through collaboration with industry and other stakeholders to improve human health.

Goal of the Department 

To meet the huge animal proteins (milk, meat and egg) demand for the consumer world.

Developing improved technology in the field of dairy and poultry sciences and   disseminating  these innovative technologies to the grass-root level

Core values /strategies:

  • Ensuring the excellence, productivity, creativity, and innovation in education, research, and extension.
  • Commitment to build-up quality graduates through mentoring in the classroom and the laboratory, and make them skilled through seminars, workshops, lab meetings, journal clubs and professional scientific meetings.
  • Encouraging students for participating in internship programs, independent research projects and international programs at undergraduate and postgraduate level.
  • Preparing students for solving the field-based problems related to nutrition, management and quality assurance of dairy and poultry products. 
  • Committed to offer fundamental and applied research based higher studies and sharing the knowledge with other stakeholders.
  • Dedicated to enhance the national GDP and healthy life style of  the greater community of the country.

Location:

The Department of Dairy and Poultry Science is housed in the first floor of the Yousuf  Chowdhury Bhaban, located on the north side of the Martyr’s Monument of the campus.

 


 

 

 


 



Dr. Mohammad Abul Hossain
Professor and Head
Department of Dairy and Poultry Science



                                                                                                   Message from Head

First of all, I would like to welcome you all to visit our DDPS of CVASU, Khulshi, Chattogram, Bangladesh.  Since its inception in 1996, the department has been working actively and jointly to offer degrees on DVM (Doctor of Veterinary Medicine) and B.Sc. (Hons.) in Food  Science & Technology at the undergrad level. Apart from this, we are pleased to inform you that, currently we are offering post graduate degrees on the masters (M.S in Dairy Science; M.S in Poultry Science) and doctorates (Ph.D in Dairy Science, Ph.D in Poultry Science) levels separately from this department as well.  Moreover, we think our department is very unique and deemed to be a centre of excellence for offering education, teaching, research, training and other consultancy services to the students, farmers, stake-holders regarding the Dairy & Poultry and Sciences related activities. 

 

I must appreciate or encourage highly the dairy and poultry and farmers, entrepreneurs, integrators, feed miller companies, drug manufacturing companies, NGO or GO partners, foreign donors and so on, who agree to undertake collaborative research works and other activities with the department.  After all, I am happy with my current faculty members of the department, who are very bright, sincere, dutiful, competent, skilled, industrious, punctual, ambitious, experienced and enthusiastic in teaching, research and education. On the behalf of our faculties and staff, I do hope that the department is always committed to meet your expectation and demand, where you will find a cutting-edge, modern and updated technology that you could expect and utilize for the Dairy and Poultry activities. 

 

The department has well-equipped laboratories and farming facilities, where Dairy and Poultry research activities at the post-graduation levels can be conducted successfully by applying state- of- the- art, basic, classical techniques, and improved technology. We are always committed for the greater interest and welfare of the country by providing competent students, skilled manpower, proper education, cutting-edge technology and quality research in the field of Dairy and Poultry Sciences. 

 

We would be happy if you visit our website, and must appreciate if you have any queries, information and suggestions regarding our existing education, teaching, research and other activities. Moreover, for any further comments or quest regarding ours and the department itself, I, on the behalf of the departmental staff, welcome you all to let us know via our e-mail at mahossain@cvasu.ac.bd. We would certainly evaluate your remarks, suggestions, advices, thoughts, views, ideas, and feedback to prepare ourselves for uplifting ours and our country. 

Thanks to all who care and share with us.

 

Prof. Dr. M. A. Hossain

Head                                   
 Department of Dairy & Poultry Sciences, CVASU., Khulshi, Chattogram

 


                                                                                                              Academics:

The DDPS offer undergrad courses for the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine (FVM) and for the Faculty of Food Science and Technology (FFST) students in both -theoretical (T) and practical (P) aspect.  Apart from this, this department offers two master degrees (MS in Dairy Science and MS in Poultry Science) separately for the post-grad students. Moreover, Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) degree is also offered from this department separately in either Dairy or Poultry Sciences subjects for those, who are willing to pursue higher degree.  The courses are given below in a tabular form. 

Undergraduate:

                             List of undergraduate Courses - Faculty of Veterinary Medicine


Name of the Courses

Course Code

Year and Semester

Credits (Theory + Practical)

Faculty

Poultry Production

PPR-202

DVM 2nd year 2nd semester

2 + 1

   

 

 

 

 FVM (Regular)

Pet and Small Ruminant Production

PSR-202

DVM 2nd year 2nd semester

1 + 1

Large Animal Production

LAP-301

DVM 3rd year 1st     semester

2 + 1

Dairy Microbiology

DMC-301

DVM 3rd year 1st     semester

1+ 1

Breeder and Hatchery Management

BHM-301

DVM 3rd year 1st     semester

1 + 1

Dairy Science

DSC-302

DVM 3rd year 2nd     semester

2 + 1

Breeder and Hatchery Management & Feed Processing

BHMFP-501

DVM 5th year 1st semester 

0+1

 

 

 

 

  FVM (Internship)

Poultry Farm  Management and Practices

PFMP-501

DVM 5th year 1st semester

0+2

Dairy and Goat Farm Management and Practices

DGFMP-502

DVM 5th year 1st semester

0+1

Dairy and Poultry Products Technology 

DPPT-502

DVM 5th year 1st semester

0+2

Total credits (FVM) = (Theory + Practical + Internship)

(9 + 6+6)= 21

 


 

                                            List of Undergraduate Courses - Faculty of Food Science and Technology

Name of the Courses

Course Code

Year and Semester

Credits (Theory + Practical)

Market Milk Processing Technology

MMP-301

BFST 3rd year 1st semester

1 + 1

Dairy Products Technology

DPT-302

BFST 3rd year 2nd semester

2 + 1

Poultry Products Technology

PPT-401

BFST 4th year 1st     semester

1 + 1

Total credits (FVM) = (Theory + Practical)

(4+3)=7

 

                                                                                      Postgraduate Degrees:

                                                                                           Ph.D (Doctor of Philosophy)

Name of the Degrees

Total Credits 

Total Marks

Ph.D in Dairy Science


 

Ph.D in Poultry Science


 

                                                                                                  MS (Master of Science)

Name of the Degrees

Total Credits 

Total Marks

MS in Dairy Science

40

1600

MS in Poultry Science

40

1600


 

                                                                                    Course Curriculum of MS in Dairy Science

Total Credit = 40

Compulsory = 32 credits 

Optional = 08 credits

1 Credit = 12 Lectures

JANUARY – JUNE SEMESTER:

Course Code

Credit 

(T+P)

Marks 

Name of the courses

A. Compulsory courses  (4x2=8 credits):

1. Dairy Technology 

DTL - 601

2+0

100

1st Class Test

2nd Class Test

Assignment

Final Exam

20

20

20

40

2. Advanced Bio-Statistics  

ABS - 601

2+0

100

3. Quality Control of Dairy Products  

QCD - 601

 2+0

100

4. Dairy Chemistry

DCH - 601

2+0

100

Total

 

08

 

 

100

B.  Elective courses 

(Any two, 2x2=4 credits) :

 

 

 

 

1. Functional Dairy Ingredients  

FDI - 601

2+0

100

1st Class Test

2nd Class Test

Assignment

Final Exam

20

20

20

40

2. Marketing of Milk and Milk products  

MMP - 601

2+0

100

3. Dairy Nutrition

DNT - 601

2+0

100

Total

 

04

 

 

100

Semester total

 

12

 

 

 

JULY – DECEMBER SEMESTER  

Course Code

Credit 

(T+P)

 

Marks 

A. Compulsory courses: (4x2=8 credits) :

1. Advanced Dairy Cattle Production   

ADP - 602

2+0

100

1st Class Test

2nd Class Test

Assignment

Final Exam

20

20

20

40

2. Market Milk Production and Processing  

MPP - 602

2+0

100

3. Microbiology of Milk & Milk Products 

MMP - 602

 2+0

100

4. Dairy Farm Planning & Management

FPM - 602

2+0

100

Total

 

08

 

 

100

B.  Elective courses 

(Any two, 2 x 2=4 Credits) :

 

 

 

 

1. Advanced Dairy Cattle Breeding  

ADB - 602

2+0

100

1st Class Test

2nd Class Test

Assignment

Final Exam

20

20

20

40

2. Dairy Cattle Feeds & Fodder Production        & Preservation 

DFP - 602

2+0

100

3. Dairy Cattle Reproduction

DCR - 602

2+0

100

4. Research Methodology

RMD - 602

2+0

100

Total

 

04

 

 

100

Semester total

 

12

 

 

 

Research semester: 

1. Research work

 

 

..................

.................

..................

08

 

05

03

Satisfactory /Un-Satisfactory

 

250

150

2. Thesis evaluation

3. Thesis defense

 Semester total

 

16

400

Grand total

 

40

1600

 

                                     

                                                                                    Course Curriculum of MS in Poultry Science

Total Credit = 40

Compulsory = 32 credits

Optional = 08 credits

1 Credit = 12 Lectures

JANUARY – JUNE SEMESTER:

Course Code

Credit 

(T+P)

              Marks 

Name of the courses

A. Compulsory courses  (4 x 2=8 credits) :

1. Poultry Farm Planning & Management

PPM-601

2+0

100

1st Class Test

2nd Class Test

Assignment

Final Exam

20

20

20

40

2. Poultry Processing and Products Technology

PPT-601

2+0

100

3. Advanced Bio-statistics

ABS-601

 2+0

100

4. Duck & Specialized Fowl Production

DSF-601

2+0

100

Total

 

   8

 

 

100

B.  Elective courses 

(Any two, 2x2=4 credits) :

 

 

 

 

1. Marketing of Poultry and Poultry Products

MPP - 601

2+0

100

1st Class Test

2nd Class Test

Assignment

Final Exam

20

20

20

40

2. Poultry Breeding

 PBR - 601

2+0

100

3. Poultry Reproduction

 PRN-601

 2+0

100

4. Avian Health and Hygiene

AHH-601

2+0

100

Total

 

   4

 

 

100

Semester total

 

    12

 

 

 

JULY – DECEMBER SEMESTER  

Course Code

Credit 

(T+P)

 

Marks 

A. Compulsory courses: (4x2=8 credits) :

1. Hatchery Operation & Management

HMT - 602

2+0

100

1st Class Test

2nd Class Test

Assignment

Final Exam

20

20

20

40

2. Poultry Feeds and Feeding

PFF - 602

2+0

100

3. Parent Stock and Commercial Layer Management

PCL - 602

 2+0

100

4. Parent Stock and Commercial Broiler Management

PCB - 602

2+0

100

Total

 

    8

 

 

100

B.  Elective courses 

(Any two, 2x2=4 Credits)

 

 

 

 

1. Biochemistry of Egg

BCE - 602

 2+0

100

1st Class Test

2nd Class Test

Assignment

Final Exam

20

20

20

40

2. Poultry Farm Design & Environment

PDE - 602

 2+0

100

3. Poultry Genetics

PGN - 602

 2+0

100

4. Poultry Behavior and Welfare

PBW - 602

 2+0

100

Total

 

  4

 

 

100

Semester total

 

  12

 

 

 

Research semester: 

1. Research work

 

..................

.................

..................

  08

 

  05

  03

Satisfactory/Un-Satisfactory

 

250

150

2. Thesis evaluation

3. Thesis defense

 Semester total

 

  16

400

Grand total

 

   40

1600



 

 

                                                                

       

                                                              

 


A list of  completed and ongoing  research projects of the Department of Dairy and Poultry Sciences (DDPS) , CVASU

                            1. Prof. Dr. Mohammad Abul Hossain ( Prof. Dr. M. A.  Hossain, Head, DDPS) 


Sl. No.

Name of the project and researcher

Project Director/ Researcher 

Funding agency 

Completed/

Ongoing

1.

Effect of betaine on the growth performance, gut morphology, blood metabolites, carcass yield, meat and bone quality of broiler chicken

Dr. M. A Hossain

 

UGC

Completed 

2.

The productivity of broiler chickens fed low-protein vegetable diets supplemented with organic acid

Dr. M. A Hossain

 

CVASU-UGC

Completed 

3

Efficacy of feed grade L-Methionine on the productivity of broiler chickens fed conventional diet

Dr. M. A Hossain

 

CVASU-UGC 

Completed 

4

Effects of herbal drug on the growth performance of broiler. 

Dr. M. A Hossain

Self-funded

Completed 

5

The productivity of broiler chickens fed ready-made diets of different feed mills available in Chittagong

Dr. M. A Hossain

CVASU-UGC

Completed 

6

Effect of transporting stress and pre-slaughter practices on meat quality of poultry in Chittagong, Bangladesh.-

Dr. M. A Hossain

 

CVASU-UGC

Completed 

7

The Effects of Probiotics  on the Gut Health and Productive Performance of the Broiler Chickens

Dr. M. A Hossain

CVASU-UGC

Completed 

8

The productivity and leg bone quality of broiler chickens fed vegetable based diet supplemented with microbial multi-enzymes (natuzyme)

Dr. M. A Hossain

 

NST/CVASU/UGC

Completed 

9

Effects of Indispensable Amino Acid (L-Methionine) on Performances of Broiler Chicken Fed Vegetable Sourced-Diet

Dr. M. A Hossain

 

CVASU-UGC

Completed 

10

The Productivity of Japanese Quail (Coturnix coturnix japonica) fed conventional diet supplemented with organic acid (Acetic acid)

Dr. M. A Hossain

 

CVASU-UGC

Completed 

11

Effect of protease enzyme on Growth and Performance of Broiler Chicken

Dr. M. A Hossain

CVASU-UGC

Ongoing 

12

The productivity of broiler chicken fed betaine supplemented diet-

 Dr. M. A Hossain

 NST/CVASU/UGC

     Ongoing

 

13

The productivity and meat quality of broiler chickens fed mushroom supplemented diets

Dr. M. A Hossain

NST/CVASU/UGC

    Ongoing

 

 

14

Withdrawal of  premix from broiler diets and its  impact  on     broiler performance-CVASU-UGC funding.

Dr. M. A Hossain 

 

CVASU/UGC

 

 Ongoing

 

15

Effect of organic acid on the productivity and egg quality  performance  of     Japanese Quail ( Coturnixjaponica) 

Dr. M. A Hossain

CVASU/UGC

 

Ongoing

16

The Productivity of broiler fed Zn-Supplemented diet

Dr. M. A Hossain

CVASU-UGC

Ongoing

17

Supplementation of sea-shell based calcium carbonate (cockle) on the egg quality of Japanese quail 

Dr. M. A Hossain

CVASU-UGC

Ongoing

18

The performance of broiler fed natural Ca-sourced feedstuffs

Dr. M. A Hossain

CVASU-UGC

Ongoing

19

Detection of heavy metal and evaluation of broiler feed of different feed mills in Bangladesh

Dr. M. A Hossain

CVASU-UGC

Ongoing

20

The productivity of broiler chicken fed herbal feed supplements 

Dr. M. A Hossain

CVASU-UGC

Ongoing

                                  2.  Prof. Dr. A. K. M. Humayun Kober

 

Sl No

Name of the project and researcher

Project Director/ researcher 

Funding agency 

 Completed/     Ongoing

1.

Antimicrobial residues in milk and selected milk products of Chittagong, Bangladesh

Dr. A K M Humayun Kober

 

CVASU-UGC

Completed 

2.

Detection of Heavy Metals in Milk and Powder Milk of Bangladesh

Dr. A K M Humayun Kober

CVASU-UGC

Completed 

3

Problem confrontation of the farmer rearing in black bangle goats.

Dr. A K M Humayun Kober

Ministry of Science, 

CVASU

Completed 

4

A comparative study on the chemical, microbiological and preservative quality of different brand market milk, non brand milk and milk from different vendor’s milk in Chittagong area.

Dr. A K M Humayun Kober

 

CVASU-/UGC

Completed 

5

Assessment of nutritional content, contamination, adulteration and preservative quality of different types of milk in Chittagong town for safe guarding public health.

Dr. A K M Humayun Kober

 

CVASU-UGC

Completed 

                             ON -GOING RESEARCH

1

A Comparative Study on the Clean milk production practices of Military Farm Chattogram with selected area of Chattogram District

Dr. A K M Humayun Kober


CVASU/-UGC

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

On -going

2

Antimicrobial Uses in Lactating Cows and its residual change in milk during antimicrobial course

Dr. A K M Humayun Kober

CVASU-

/UGC

3

Traditional method of milk preservation along with its efficacy and effect on milk composition

Dr. A K M Humayun Kober

CVASU/UGC

4

Development of low fat Dahi

Dr. A K M Humayun     Kober

CVASU/UGC

5

Development and sensory evaluation of whey based beverage from banana juice

Dr. A K M HumayunKober

CVASU/UGC

6

A study on quality of cheeses manufactured in Bangladesh

Dr. A K M HumayunKober

Personal fund

7

Development of lactic culture

Dr. A K M HumayunKober

CVASU/UGC

8

Development of Spicy Ghee

Dr. A K M HumayunKober

Personal fund








                                          3. Dr. Marjina. Akter (Dr. M. Akter)

Sl No

Name of the project and researcher

Project Director/ researcher 

Funding agency 

Completed/

Ongoing

1.

Effect of xylo-oligosaccharides (XOS) on growth performance, blood biochemistry and gut microbial profile of broiler chicken from d 13-28.

Dr. M. Akter

    UGC

Completed

2

Effect of increasing level of   phytase on broiler performance and blood biochemistry

Dr. M. Akter

CVASU-UGC

Ongoing

                             4. DR. Babu Kanti. Nath (DR. B. K. Nath)

 

Sl No

Name of the project and researcher

Project Director/ Researcher 

Funding agency 

Completed/

Ongoing

1.

Effects of rubber seed and yeast on growth performance and serum biochemical responses of commercial broilers.” 

Dr. B. K Nath

 

UGC

Completed 

2.

Effects of different levels of yeast on growth, gut morphology and hemato-biochemical parameters of commercial broilers.

Dr. B K Nath

 

UGC

Completed 

                                          

                                   5.  DR.  Md. Saiful Bari  (DR. M. S. Bari)

 

Sl No.

Name of the project and researcher

Project Director/ researcher 

Funding agency 

Completed/

Ongoing

1.

Antimicrobial residues in milk and selected milk products of Chittagong, Bangladesh

DR. M. S   Bari

CVASU- UGC

Completed

 

2

Isolation of exoploysaccharide producing Streptococcus thermophilus organism from dahi of Chittagong, Bangladesh

 DR. M.S Bari

CVASU- UGC

Completed

3.

Impact of bovine mastitis on quality of milk and economy of farmers

  DR. M.S Bari

CVASU-UGC 

Completed

 

4.

Prevalence, risk factors and scoring of Udder Cleft Dermatitis (UCD) and its association with subclinical mastitis in dairy cows.

DR. M.S Bari

CVASU-UGC 

Completed

 

                              6. DR.  Nasima Akter (DR. N. Akter)                                                  

 

Sl No.

Name of the project and researcher

Project Director/ researcher 

Funding agency 

Completed/

Ongoing

1.

Effect of Xylo-oligosaccharides on the growth performance, blood chemistry and gut microbial profile of broiler chickens

DR. N. Akter

 

CVASU-UGC

Completed 

 

2.

 Plant-based high energy diet: its association with pulmonary hypertension, tachycardia and polycythemia in broiler chickens

DR. N. Akter

 

CVASU-UGC

Completed  

                                                    

             

Dairy and Poultry Science Alumni

PhD Alumni in Dairy Science

SL. No

Name

Session

Registration no. 

Passing  year

1

 

Dr. Tanni Chanda

 

 

 

Alumni-MS in Dairy  Science

Sl. no

Alumni

Session

Registration no. 

Passing year

1.

Dilruba Akter

 2016-2017

310,

2018

2.

Sanjid Hasan 

2017-2018

371

2018

3.

Arup Ratan Sen 

2015-2016

231

2018

4

Barun Kumar Pramanik 

2015-2016

230

2017

5

Md.Jahid Al Hasan 

2015-2016

224

2017

6

Mohammad Mahibullah 

2015-2016 

228

2017

7

Rifatul Erfan 

2015-2016

227

2017

8

Md. Saiful Alam 

2015-2016

226

2017

9

Shahir Bin Mokbul 

2015-2016

223

2017

10

Avijit Das 

2014-2015

145

2015

11

Saiful Bari 

2013-2014

123

2014

11

 

 

 

 

12

 

 

 

 

13

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 










 

Alumni-MS in Poultry Science

Sl. No.

Alumni

Session

Registration no. 

Passing year

1.

DR. Md. Jashim Uddin

2017--2018

373

2018

2.

DR. Tamim Mahmud

 

2017--2018

371

2018

3.

DR. Nasima Akter

2017-2018

372

2018

4

DR. Md. Abu Tayebb

2017-2018

374

 

2018

5

Himel Talukder

2016-2017

319

 

2018

6

DR. Jagganth Chandra  Dey

2016-2017

317

 

2017

7

DR.Md.Masudul Alam

2016-2017

314

2017

8

DR. Supan Ghosh

2016-2017

316

2017

9

DR. Sukanto Deb

2016-2017

318

2017

10

DR. Sharmin Zaman

2016-2017

315

2017

11

DR. Babu Kanti Nath

    2013--2014.

147

2014

12

Muhammad Al Arman

    2013--2014.

148

2014

13

Dr. Marjina Akter

   2008-2009

 019 (0208)

2010

14

Mohammad Ismail

January –June 2011

071

 

15

Hatem Sazzat Md. Zulkar Nine

January –June 2011

072

 

16

S.M Niaz Mahmud

January –June 2011

042

 

17

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                     

 

   


Dr. Mohammad Abul Hossain
Professor and Head

Dr. Marjina Akter
Associate Professor

DR. Babu Kanti Nath
Assistant Professor

DR. Md Saiful Bari
Assistant Professor

Nasima Akter
Assistant Professor

DR. Arup Ratan Sen
Assistant Professor

Gouranga Ch. Chanda
Professor (retd)

 



Md. Aktar Faruq
Senior Technical Officer

 



Foij Ahmed
Senior Office Asst. Cum-Computer Typist

Amit Sen
Office Sahayak