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National University postpones Sunday’s exams as Fani hits Bangladesh

Gazipur Correspondent, 04 May 2019
The National University has postponed Sunday’s exams at all the colleges under the university.

The announcement came on Saturday after cyclone Fani hit Bangladesh damaging hundreds of homes and crops on swathes of coastal and northwestern districts.


The new dates for the exams will be announced later, Acting Exam Controller Badruzzaman said.

The National University also postponed exams of Saturday after the storm lashed India.

Over 1.3 million people in the coastal districts were moved to cyclone shelters, which include educational institutions, to avoid casualties.

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