National Debate Federation Bangladesh

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National Debate Federation Bangladesh
Non Profit Organisation
Headquarters Dhaka Bangladesh
Key people
AKM Shoaib,Chairman Sohanoor Rahman Sohan, Secretary General

National Debate Federation Bangladesh (NDF BD) is one of the largest debate associations in Bangladesh. NDF BD organises National Debate festivals, Medical Debate Festivals, Debate Competition, Debate Workshops, Career and Debate School, Quiz competition and leadership skills development workshops. The main objective of NDF BD is taking debate to the districts and beyond to create social awareness among students on various social, political and economic issues to enhance and facilitate the development of value-based human resources.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8]


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  8. ^ "Conversation with a committed debater - Arif Ashraf Nayan". August 27, 2006. Retrieved 2010-04-15.

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