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    • Landslide risk reduction of the informal foothill settlements of Chittagong city through strategic design measure 

      Rahman, Tanvia (BRAC University, 2012)
      Globally Bangladesh is recognized as one of the most vulnerable countries to natural calamities. Along with cyclones and floods; two most discussed and disastrous hazards of the country, landslides have caused the death ...
    • Learning through Planetarium 

      Rangan, Farah Tasneem (BRAC University, 2016)
      Science is a fundamental base and a vital component of the life in today’s world. Being surrounded with the countries that are constantly improving and developing their skills in science and technology, Bangladesh needs ...
    • Liberation war museum, Batali Hill, Chittagong 

      Yusuff, Rayeed Mohammad (BRAC University, 2015-12)
      The year of 1971 is the most significant year in the lives of the Bangladeshis. Our liberation war of 1971 is an event which marks the existence of Bangladesh. It was a war fought by the people and these valiant men and ...
    • Localization of aid – a case of Bangladesh flood 2017 

      Alam, Shofiul (BRAC University, 2017)
      Today, only a small fraction of funding is given directly to local actors. An estimate from UN OCHA FTS dataset indicates local and national responders received only 2% of the humanitarian funding globally. Local and ...
    • LPG bottling terminal plant of Orion group: at Mongla Khulna 

      Nawsheen, Sabrina (BRAC University, 2016)
      Commercial resources of the country are well-developed natural gas sector and undeveloped coal sector. Demand of energy increases at the rate of 7% per annum in the country. To meet this increasing demand of energy a long ...
    • Maha-Astami Snan, Langalbandh , Narayanganj 

      Rahman, Hasanur (BRAC University, 2017-01)
      Langalbandh is situated in the bank of the Old Brahmaputra River near the Dhaka-Chittagong highway. The place is only 20km south of the capital, Dhaka. 2km alongside bank of this part of the river is considered holy by the ...
    • Mainamati cultural complex: the hub of culture and memories 

      Methila, Kazi Umme Mazhabin (BRAC University, 2015)
      Comilla is one of the richest heritage site of Bangladesh. This site is unique among all the archaeologically important sites of Bangladesh. About 50 scattered ancient remains of settlement from the 8th - 12th century ...
    • Manikganj Medical College Hospital, Manikganj 

      Sayed, Asad Bin (BRAC University, 2017-08-14)
      Bangladesh at present is one of the major developing countries of the world that has been making significant socio-economic developments in recent years. Despite its success in improving numerous significant healthcare ...
    • Manipuri Lalitkala Academy : a socio-cultural platform, Sylhet 

      Saad, Sakib Samiul (BRAC University, 2018)
      Bangladesh is now not only a place to mainstream Bengali’s but also to more than forty-five indigenous categories of people substantially dwelling in the course of the hilly and smooth areas of the country. Manipuri is one ...
    • Marine research institute and public aquarium 

      Hamid, Sadat (BRAC University, 2010)
      The site chosen for the Marine Research Intitute and Aquarium is in Cox’s Bazaar, one of the prime tourist locations in our country. The project was envisioned as bringing new life to the waterfront area in which the site ...
    • Maritime museum 

      Muzammil, Manzana (BRAC University, 2013)
      A maritime museum would help advance the marine and maritime knowledge of our society. The major objective of the Centre is to display thediversity of the marine ships of the region and out of the region and impart its ...
    • Middle income group housing, Mirpur, Dhaka 

      Awal, Sajid I (BRAC Univeristy, 2016)
      Housing in Dhaka, one of the most populous cities in the world has become more of a necessity rather than ambition. Due to socio-economic reasons, Dhaka is currently with scarcity of lands for providing home for its ...
    • Mirpur 12 government college and university: bridging communities through campus design 

      Elahi, Aiman (BRAC University, 2016-08)
      College campuses in Dhaka city are extremely introvert with boundary walls blocking all kinds of interaction between the two environments. On the other hand various private institutions also exist, where there is no student ...
    • Mixed used development 

      Khan, Ali Akbar (BRAC University, 2013-12)
    • Moncho Kabbo: purbachal new town 

      Ahasan, Sraboni (BRAC University, 2015)
      If we try to find out the sources of entertainment or recreational activities in our life we will see people go for movies, concert, restaurants, clubs, sports centers, amusement park, parks and galleries and there are few ...
    • Motivating volunteers : a case of cyclone preparedness programme volunteers in Bangladesh 

      Amin, Md. Ruhul (BRAC University, 2012)
      Cyclone Preparedness Programme (CPP) volunteers are increasingly being relied upon to aware people living in the coastal belt of Bangladesh for reducing loss of lives and assets due to cyclone. This volunteerism is ...
    • MRO- CHA a hub for MRU indigenous people promoting the MRU: retaining their ethnicity 

      Saifee, Kazi Sumaiya (BRAC University, 2013)
      There are different ethnic groups reside in the Chittagong Hill Tracts(CHT) speaking different languages , practicing different religions, and following different cultural rules. Living mostly in the hills of Banderban, ...
    • MRT at cultural corridor at Shahbagh node, Bangladesh 

      Al-Amin, Mahbub (BRAC University, 2015)
      In this project the basic public facility like MRT station and a public space for amenity like a cultural space were introduced and the possible opportunity it might bring together with the impact was explored. Twenty ...
    • MRT station and urban linkage at khamabari-Indira road-Farmgate 

      Muttaqi, Nur-e-Dipha Shamima (BRAC University, 2012-04)
      In this project, what was explored is the opportunity matrix or dimension that might change or impact in a dense context of Dhaka if an MRT Station is introduced and the possible opportunities it might represent. Following ...
    • Multimodal terminal at Tongi, Dhaka, Bangladesh 

      Hamid, Kaiser (BRAC University, 2012)
      This paper is a report for the general background study to the specific mission development of the thesis project, title under multimodal terminal. The selected site of the suggested project is at Tongi beside Dhaka-Mymensing ...