Members of the Hindu community in Centre for the Rehabilitation of the Paralyzed at 25th January, Sunday celebrated one of their religious festivals Saraswati Puja at the Reddaway Hall with much fanfare and festivity seeking blessings of the goddess of knowledge and wisdom.

Students from Bangladesh Health Professions Institute and Nursing College, CRP staff from different departments came to the Puja venue with friends and colleagues to witness the religious festival from the early morning.



The fresher's receptions of newly enrolled students of Bangladesh Health Professions Institute (BHPI) and CRP Nursing College were held on January 24 at The Reddaway Hall of CRP. BHPI and CRP Nursing College received the new students of various courses under the academic session 2014-2015 with a wonderful arrangement. The orientation ceremony included introduction, presentation and briefing sessions on the academic system, rules and regulation of BHPI, CRP Nursing College and CRP-Savar.



The 49th convocation of Dhaka University (DU), the biggest programme to confer degrees, was held on 13th January, 2015 at the university's central playground. Around 6,104 students, including 3,367 female students, collected their certificates following their successful completion of studies from the university and other affiliated institutions. Along with them, 18 Occupational Therapy and 31 Physiotherapy graduates from Bangladesh Health Professions Institute (BHPI) received the certificates that day.




There are very few people who have actually made our society more inclusive. The Founder & Coordinator of Centre for the Rehabilitation of the Paralysed (CRP) Ms. Valerie Ann Taylor is one of them whose dream was to work for inclusive education. The Asian Centre for Inclusive Education (ACIE) is committed to present the Nirafat Anam Memorial Inclusion Award (NAMI Award) to those people who have contributed to our society. This award has been named in memory of Late Dr. Nirafat Anam who was the



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