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 North South University Computer Club (NSUCC), the biggest and most successful club in North South University, was started from 1994. Different activities were organized over the years since the club was started and Soft Fair was one of them. The annual ‘Soft Fair’ was organized from 3-5 August, 2006 at the Bashundhara City. It was the 7th ‘Soft Fair’. The aim of the fair was to encourage consciousness in the ICT sector among the youth of our country. It is the biggest IT fair organized by stu­dents in the country.

Dr. Hafiz G A Siddiqi, vice chancellor of NSU anteceded the fair as chief guest and Dr. SAM Khairul Bashar, pro-vice chancellor of the university, was also present as special guest on August 03. The fair was sponsored by Bashundhara Group and BDCOM Online was the official ISP. 


NSUCC cele­brated the 7th anniversary of the soft fair. The fair mainly focused on hardware, software and telecommunication sectors of ICT which developed by the leading IT industries, software or hardware companies, telecom service providers and university students

“In Bangladesh there is a huge gap between IT professionals and students because the students of IT have little idea about the professional level. This gap is creating problems in our job market. We should have found out what exactly the IT companies want from them. On the other hand, IT companies don’t know the actual capability and strength of the Computer Science & Engineering or Telecommunication Engineering graduates. As a result IT graduates are facing problems in our country and they are not getting justices to their qualities. So many of them remain jobless or don’t get any suitable job, Said Sayeda Madehaa Bokhari, the convener of the fair and the former In Charge 2004-05 of NSUCC, on the conversation of Nari Jibon ICT Journalist. She also told that the object of this fair will try to remove this gap between IT professionals and students. Here the students would touch with the reality and the IT professional would have a clear concept with the students.


There were totally 32 companies, universities and training organizations in the fair.  Several companies exhibited their latest technologies, some hardware merchant introduced new products and the students from various universities established their own projects.

BDCOM online showed off their Automatic Vehicle Location System (AVLS. By using AVLS the users can identify the accurate location of their vehicle throughout the country.

Some of the students from North South University (NSU) displayed an advanced version of their bomb-diffuser robot "Shadeen," that can move a bomb away to a safer location for neutralization.

Students from Dhaka University displayed a multiplayer version of the card game Hearts that four persons can play together over a network.


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