Monthly Archives: November 2014

Result of Admission Test 2015 of Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University(SAU)

The result of the admission test for the Session 2015 of of Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University(SAU) held on 14 November,2014  has been published on 16 November,2014.

The results of admission test of Level-1,Semester-1 of SAU Admission Test 2015 for BSc.Ag(Honours),BBA(Agribusiness) and BSc Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry courses  may be viewed from the following link of the website of Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University (SAU) .

In the link the Roll Numbers of the  candidates securing places in Merit List,Quota List  and Waiting List are published  along with their corresponding positions.

http://www.sau.edu.bd/attachments/article/128/Result.pdf

Detailed information regarding the procedure  of admission in Agriculture Faculty,Agribusiness Management Faculty and Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry Faculty have been presented in the above link of the website of Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University (SAU) .All candidates are requested to visit the given link of the  website for guidance.

The admission of the qualified candidates will be held on 21-12-2014 and 22-12-2014 from 0900 am to 0500 pm in the Seminar  Room of Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University (SAU).

The process of admission of the candidates from the waiting list will start from 23-12-2014.The candidates enlisted in the waiting list shall have to submit their admission cards on 23-12-2014 at the Registrar Office and admission from the waiting list  be held on 24-12-2014.

Detailed  information regarding admission fees and other requirements will be available from the following link of the website of Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University (SAU) .Hence all concerned are requested to follow the guidelines in the following link to ensure the admission as scheduled.

http://www.sau.edu.bd/attachments/article/128/Result.pdf

It may also be noted that the orientation of the admitted students will be held on 1-1-2015 in the auditorium of Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University (SAU) and regular  classes will be started from 4-1-2015

 

 

 

Saudi Road Transportation: Syed Mohd. Saleh Uddin

Not only Saudi Arabia but also complete Arab world is in Arabian Peninsula. Most of its land is covered with desert. However there are also oases in that great desert. From the beginning of the human civilization human being had to use this land. As our creator Allah made arrangement to meet first man and woman i.e. Adam and Eve in this earth first in a place of the Arabian desert.  This is  the faith of the  believers.

In 2014 during  my travel of Mecca and Medina in the month of September and October as a pilgrims I had a chance to experience atmosphere from Jeddah to Medina. For the information of future pilgrims and other traveler to Mecca and Medina I like t

Alexander soldiers, Mongol hordes, later warring nations rushed to fight and conquer others land. How during Moses(PBUH), Abraham (PBUH) and our prophet(S) preachers used to preach the religion of monotheism. During our bus travel from Jeddah to Mecca and then to Medina we experienced very scorching heat. Though bus was air conditioned. Roads were very smooth. But during time of prophet there were no good road from one to place another place. Then they had to struggle very hard for their livelihood.

Now KSA is one of the rich country. The Government of that country given very importance for its road transportation. As this big countries having many cities,towns and villages scattered far and near. In the desert there are nomad oases. Government of KSA given attention to build road net works. Specially all the cities and towns are linked with big and small roads. Though pilgrims can move from Jeddah to Mecca and Medina during Hajj months yet a list of big cities of KSA is attached here from wikipedia for international readers. Because from Bangladesh and many countries of the world sends their unemployed interested people to serve in KSA. So, far I heard in almost all the cities of the KSA there are Bangladeshi workers.

o say climatic temperature may rise to 55 degree  in centigrade scale. During my travel in Mecca average temperature was 35*c(temp of Sept) and in Medina 31*c( temp of Oct). I wonder how in the rough ancient days when travels were mere on foot or at best by the beast of burden like camel, horse, donkey and mule. Then also that desert people survived.