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Berger awards aspiring young architects of Buet

In the virtual ceremony, a total of 22 awardees from sessions 2016–2017 and 2017–2018 were rewarded in four categories

Update : 01 Mar 2022, 12:48 PM

Berger Paints Bangladesh Ltd (BPBL) organized an award-giving ceremony, the Berger Award Program for the students of architecture Buet (Basab), in collaboration with the department of architecture, Buet.

In the virtual ceremony, a total of 22 awardees from sessions 2016–2017 and 2017–2018 were rewarded in four categories, according to a press release.

For the 2016-2017 session, the Berger Travel Grant was awarded to Humaira Binte Hannan, Fakiha Rifat Bushra, Anika Tasnia, Niloy Das, and Arifuzzaman Tanvir. 

While the Berger Best Portfolio Award went to Md Tamjid Hasan Khan, the Berger Promising Designer Award was given to Md Arafat Rahman Dewan, and the Berger Best Design Award was won by Saeda Ruaida Islam. 

For the 2017-2018 session, the Berger Travel Grant was awarded to Amit Krishna Sarker, Md Yafiz Siddiqui, and Sudipto Das. 

While the Berger Best Portfolio Award went to Shuzaul Islam, the Berger Promising Designer Award was given to Nazifa Nawar Subha, and the Berger Best Design Award was won by Humayra Anan. 

Rupali Chowdhury, managing director, Berger Paints Bangladesh Ltd, Prof Dr Satya Prasad Majumder, Vice-Chancellor, Buet, and Md Mohsin Habib Chowdhury, senior general manager, sales and marketing of Berger, were present during the awards program. 

Among others, Prof Dr Shayer Ghafur, head, department of architecture, Buet; Dr Catherine Daisy Gomes, Professor, Department of Architecture, Buet; Ar Md Mizanur Rahman, assistant professor and member secretary of Berger Awards Programme; department of architecture, Buet; AKM Sadeque Nawaj, general manager of marketing, Berger; A M M Fazlur Rashid, head of channel engagement, Berger; Shabbir Ahmad, head of project prolinks and Berger experience zone; Mohammad Tariqul Islam, head-prolinks, Berger, were also present.   

Berger Paints introduced this initiative back in 2007 in collaboration with the Department of Architecture, Buet, to assist the students of architecture by giving them a glimpse of the practical world and inspiring them to go further into their studies.

Rupali Chowdhury, managing director, Berger, said: "With an array of activities, this initiative is targeted towards boosting confidence and inspiring the young architects by giving them a gist of practicality. We believe that this experience will shape and groom the aspiring architects for a fulfilling professional life."


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