Phd seminar on 'Village Court' held at IU
A Ph.D. seminar on 'The Concept of Access to Justice and Development of Village Court in Bangladesh' was held Saturday at Islamic University (IU) in Kushtia, reports BSS.
Islamic University Law department arranged the seminar at the seminar room of the Law faculty on the campus around 11:00 am. IU treasurer professor Alamgir Hossain Bhuiyan addressed the event as the chief guest while professor Nurun Nahar, chairperson of the Law department, was in the chair.
Over 50 teachers from different departments including professor Kazi M Atiqur Rahman, professor Shahjahan Mondol, professor Reba Mondol of Law department, professor Jahangir Hossain, professor Anowar Hossain of Islamic History and Culture department, professor Maher, Professor Shahadat Hossain Azad of the English department and professor Anowarul Haque Swapon were present.
Ph.D. fellow M Sazzadur Rahman Titu presented his research article at the function under the supervision of professor Johurul Islam of the Law department.
The fellow, Sazzadur Rahman, broadly explained in his research paper titled 'Role of Village Courts for Access to Justice in Bangladesh' about the types of Justice, access to justice, the principle of access to justice and the Justice and court system of Bangladesh.