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15th I.D.C. National Debate Festival 2018
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15th I.D.C. National Debate Festival 2018

Ideal Debating Club of Ideal School and College is going to arrange 15th I.D.C. National Debate Festival 2018

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  • Youth Opportunities

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  • SUST National Debate Competition

    The Grand Finale of IPDC Finance SUST IV 2.0 was held on February 3, 2018. The Shahjalal University of Science and Technology (SUST) School of Debate organised this weekend long debate festival. Two separate tournaments were arranged in Bengali and English during the programme.

  • Youth Parliament 2018

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