Students of Law-2019 Batch Enjoyed Batch Trip-2022 in Saint Martin and Cox’s Bazar
03 December 2022, Dhaka: As per the tradition of Bangladesh University of Professionals, its Department of Law organized a batch trip for the batch, Law 2019. The Batch trip was organized with the prior permission and under the kind guidance of the Honorable Dean of the Faculty of Security and Strategic Studies (FSSS), BUP. The respected Chairman of the Department of Law, Lt col Siraj Uddin Ahmed (Rted), psc, Lecturer Moniruz Zaman, Assistant Director Abu Kawsar, Lecturer Maksuda Sarker, Lecturer Amena Jahan Urmy, and Lecturer Sadia Binte Rahman guided the students. Along with the teachers and staff members, students also took many initiatives on their own under the continuous mentorship and guidance of Lt col Siraj Uddin Ahmed, which made the trip a grand success.
A short description of the trip is provided below:
Students left the Dhaka from Mohakhali Bus stand for the trip on 26th November 2022 at 08:30 pm. At around 04:30 pm in the evening of 27th November 2022, they reached Saint Martin enjoying Ship journey of six hours. On the same day, students went out to explore the beauty of beauty of sunset in the sea beach of Saint Martin after taking lunch. They enjoyed their time there and returned at around 9.00 pm. On the following day, students went to Chera Dip and roamed around the island before lunch. In the evening, batch trip group started for Cox’s Bazar and reached hotel at around 1145 pm. On 29th November, they enjoyed their time at Sugandha beach, Laboni beach, and Kolatoli beach. They started for Inani beach at around 11:30pm. On their way to Inani beach, they explored Himchari. On 30th November, they enjoyed a gala dinner followed by a cultural event organized by them, marking the end of the batch trip.
In the last day, students spent their times by their own and started for Dhaka at around 09:30pm on 01 December 2022. Finally, the students reached in Dhaka at 08:00 am on 02 November 2022. The concerned authority made sure that they reached their homes safely.