Extracurricular activities at CVASU

Co-curricular activities are those activities that are undertaken along with academic studies. Typically, co-curricular activities are carried out outside the normal classrooms but they supplement the academic curriculum and help in learning by doing. These activities help students to develop problem-solving, reasoning, critical thinking, creative thinking, communication, and collaborative abilities which are really important for their future career.

The Chattogram Veterinary and Animal Sciences University (CVASU) offers a wide range of student-administered programs, activities and services to meet the social, educational, cultural, and recreational needs of the CVASU community. 

A newly established cultural organization of CVASU, which represents almost all the cultural activities of this university. It was established on 18th January 2018. It serves as a unifying force in the campus life of all members of the University community - students, faculty, staff, and alumni. Our services and programs are a catalyst for social, cultural, recreational, and intellectual growth. The Prangon, as part of the educational program of CVASU, serves as a laboratory of citizenship, developing socially responsible leaders essential for democracy. Our goal is to encourage students to seek a level of excellence higher than they ever imagined, in individual social competency as well as group effectiveness. The Prangon provides the stimulus for realizing potential, hidden or obvious, as individuals maximize their skills, talents, and abilities in the achievement of their visions.

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Prangon Office: Yusuf Chowdhury Bhaban (3rd Floor), Chattogram Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, Zakir Hossain Road, Kulshi-4225, Chattogram, Bangladesh.


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It was a multidimensional cultural organization, started during the starting of Chattogram Government Veterinary College (CGVC). It had been continuing regular activities even after the up-gradation of CGVC to Chattogram Veterinary and Animal Sciences University (CVASU). However, after the creation of a similar organization named ‘Prangan,’ Srizoni lost its physical existence slowly to nowhere.

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It was a science-based organization formed during the period of Chattogram Government Veterinary College (CGVC) guided by Professor Dr. Md. Ashiqur Rahaman of Department of Medicine and Surgery. Weekly events were arranged where the members or invited speakers have been presented with science and technology innovations of physical or biological science by power-point presentations. In course of time, the activities of Anwesha diminish gradually, and currently, there are no events noticed.


It is a totally non-political, non-communal, non-regional, non-racial, secular, and voluntary social organization that officially started its journey on 24th October 1997 at Dr. Muhammad Shahidullah Hall, University of Dhaka. From the beginning of its inception, it has been working to build an ideal society through various social awareness activities including providing free blood group campaigns to people, encouraging voluntary blood donation, and providing relief assistance in various natural disasters. BADHAN CVASU family started their journey on 31st January 2008. Later in 2013, BADHAN CVASU family was promoted to BADHAN CVASU unit.

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Chattogram Veterinary and Animal Sciences University Model United Nations Association engage in an authentic simulation of the United Nations by learning about the UN system, the skills of debate, compromise, conflict resolution and negotiation. Model United Nations team members have fun learning about the workings of world diplomacy through the lens of current events. CVASUMUNA was formed in March 2017 to promote and encourage awareness, understanding, tolerance and acceptance of different people, cultures, beliefs and attitudes by organizing, sponsoring and promoting Model United Nations conferences and other international events. It is a kind of association where students are facilitating to learn the use of diplomacy and negotiation practically, affiliating the students with the corporate world, involving the students of CVASU directly with United Nations. The moto of CVASUMUNA is "COMING-OUT OF SHELL WITH DIPLOMACY".

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The International Veterinary Students’ Association (IVSA) Bangladesh has been launched at CVASU in 2016. It aims to improve the standard of veterinary education in Bangladesh through the exchange of ideas, knowledge and culture. The way in which this is achieved is through our annual international events (congresses and symposia), facilitating exchanges between our members, endorsing events and projects on national and local levels, and many projects and educational opportunities focusing on animal welfare, one health, veterinary education, soft skills and wellness. IVSA Bangladesh helps expand the countrywide collaboration of multiple university students, enriching their student experience and improving their skills as future competent and enlightened veterinarians. It is a non-profit and non-governmental veterinary student association. It has three wings: i) Animal welfare, ii) Veterinary education and iii) One health.

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CVASU English Language Club was established in 2016. It is a place for CVASU language learners to use English in a casual setting equipped with modern audio-visual facilities such as multimedia projector, computers and headphones etc. geared towards making English learning a fun. 

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FVM Students’ Association, CVASU is a professional organization for veterinary students aimed for uplifting the noble veterinary profession in CVASU as well as in Bangladesh. The organization works for establishing modern veterinary education in CVASU through celebrating Veterinary related days, promoting veterinary education through organizing different seminars such as ‘Career Talk’, elevating veterinary profession in Bangladesh by joining in professional movements. Along with that, it is also involved in maintaining the welfare and rights of veterinary students and ensures a better learning environment for them. The committee of the association is made up of ten members, consisting of two students from each batch as the delegate of the batch and is officiated by the Dean of Faculty of Veterinary Medicine. 


Photographic Society of CVASU acts as a platform for all the students of CVASU who are passionate about photography. This society is aimed to explore the photographic talents among the students, nurture young photographers, and develop photographic skills. CVASUPS was formed on 31st October 2017 by seven enthusiastic photographers of CVASU. Since then, it was very active in online platforms. Lately, it has introduced weekly and monthly photo competitions to inspire photographers. The members of the society assist each other to improve their photographic skills through both appreciation and criticism. Also, the group arranges different Intra-University Photography Exhibition and takes part in other competitions. The future goals of CVASUPS are to arrange workshops on photography and largely extended photo exhibitions. Furthermore, this society acts as a bridge between photographers of CVASU and other photographic community of the world.


Sanatan Society CVASU is an online group that is formed to keep all updated news of our religious festivals such as Ratha Yatra, Diwali, Saraswati Puja, and so on. It also helps in keeping good relations among all of the Hindu students, teachers, officers, and others. The present world is being developed with modern technologies. There is also a dark side to the reality that finds today’s youth battling with drug and alcohol addictions. Therefore, we have been venturing for misguided youths through proper counseling and awareness. However, a temple on the campus is an utmost demand by the Sanatan Society.

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