Professor Dr. Abu Yousuf Md. Abdullah Receives Honorary D.Litt.2 min read

Professor Dr. Abu Yusuf Md. Abdullah, a distinguished professor at the IBA of the University of Dhaka in Bangladesh, has been awarded an honorary doctorate degree by Techno India University in West Bengal with the recognition of India UGC, said a press release.

He has been given this honorary degree for his outstanding contributions to education, business, and social fields.

A Legacy of Excellence

Professor Dr. Abdullah, a distinguished professor at the IBA of the University of Dhaka in Bangladesh, has long been a pillar of innovation, leadership, and social contribution. His work has illuminated minds and broken boundaries in education, business, and social fields.

In a ceremony filled with pride and emotion, the famous Padma Bhushan and Padma Shri N. R. Narayana Murthy of India presented the honorary degree, recognizing the years of relentless dedication and inspiring achievements of Dr. Abdullah.

The award ceremony was as notable for its luminaries as for its recipients. Alongside Dr. Abdullah, two other prominent figures were honored: Mr. Ratan N. Tata, founder of India’s largest company Tata Sons, and former president of BCCI Sourav Ganguly. The combined accomplishments of the three made the event a focal point of admiration and inspiration.

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Professor Dr. Abu Yusuf Md. Abdullah described Kolkata as the soul of the freedom-loving Bengalis and said, “I am proud to be a Bengali, and today your love and respect have filled me.” He called the Bengali nation one of the greatest nations in the world, and at the same time showed humble respect to the Bengali revolutionist.


Professor Dr. Abu Yusuf Md. Abdullah’s honorary D.Litt. is more than an academic recognition; it is a symbol of the potent power of education, wisdom, and humanity. It stands as an enduring beacon of what one can achieve through dedication, innovation, and the courage to shape the minds of future generations.

The ceremony was more than a mere academic ritual; it was a celebration of a lifetime of achievement, a legacy that will continue to inspire and educate long after the applause has faded.

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