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    Student Engagement & Support

    Nribijnan Samity (Anthropology Society)

    The Nribijnan Samity is a completely non-political, non-communal, and voluntary association of SUST. It unites all the teachers and students of the Department of Anthropology to build partnerships between the two for cooperation, contact, thinking, consciousness, friendship, and collaboration. It is also working on playing an active role in the social development of all the people irrespective of religion, color, or class. Since its inception, this association has been developing the durable talent of the members of the association organization through various creative activities. This association aims to create a common anthropological family by mutual consent, unity, and cooperation. The governing body is formed in coordination with the head of the department, treasurer (one selected teacher), and two elected/selected students from each semester. This association is run by a written constitution, which conducts the following activities.
    • Regular meetings and practice of healthy culture.
    • Organizing seminars and symposiums on important national and international issues.
    • Organizing new recruitment of newcomers to the departments, the departure of outgoing students and annual hostage, sports competitions, film exhibitions, etc.
    • To conduct different cultural activities and cultural programs, including recitation, acting, debating, singing, dancing, painting, and writing.
    • Human rights and social welfare programs.
    • To protest against human rights violations to safeguard human rights and deprive human rights, stand beside the helpless victims of brutal torture and give them the necessary help.
    • Celebrate National and International Day