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REPORT OF INDUSTRIAL VISIT
Letter of Transmittal
31-Oct-2013
To
The Head of the Discipline
Chemistry Discipline
Khulna university, KHULNA

Dear Sir,
Sub: Report of the One – Day industrial visit

On receiving the letter of permission from Bashunddhara Cement Industries Ltd. Mongla, students of Chemistry Discipline with five faculty members went on an industrial visit Bashunddhara Cement Industries Ltd. Mongla on 05-010-13. We all assembled at the university at 8 a.m. and left the university in a bus. We reached the Bashunddhara Cement Industries Ltd. Mongla at 10 o’clock. Charge of production received us at the entrance and gave a brief introduction about their Companies. The visit came to an end at 2.00p.m.
We left the premises at 2.30p.m. It was an informative, interesting and a successful visit. As students of Chemistry, We learned about the process & production of cement. We express our thanks to the Head of Discipline who permitted us to go on the visit, the faculty members who accompanied us and the officials who explained the various departments. Behalf the students I request you to arrange more industrial visit for students which can practically train the students.

Thanking You

Yours faithfully
(Signature)
Mizanur Rahman Chowdhuary
Student Id: 101825
Chemistry Discipline
Khulna University

Acknowledgement

“When I hear, I forget., When I see , I remember., but when I observe, I understand.”
Its very essential for an Chemistry student to maintain a close relation between his/her educational curriculum with the chemical world. That can be done only by means of mere practical observation. Going to be a part of the future chemical world we should have to know about what's really going on around the world especially in our discipline. so that we can ever survive when we have our first step in to the chemical world. In order to fulfill this basic essentiality for a Chemistry student. Chemistry discipline of our university

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