Ziauddin Ahmed (Joy)

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Template:Infobox officeholder Ziauddin Ahmed (Joy)

জিয়াউদ্দিন আহমেদ (জয়)

Ziauddin Ahmed (nick name: Joy, born 13 September 1973) is a Bangladeshi civil servant[1] and a former students' representative at the University of Melbourne, Australia.[2] He was the elected President of the University of Melbourne Graduate Student Association (GSA) of Australia for the year 2011.[3][2] GSA is a student body for the post-graduate students (Masters and Phd students) of the University of Melbourne.[4] Ahmed was an awardee of Australian Award Scholarship for 2010 intake.[5]

File:Prothom Alo report on GSA Council.jpg
A report on GSA Council, published in the Bangladeshi most popular newspaper Prothom Alo (প্রথম আলো) on 16 March 2013.[6]


  1. "List of Officers". Office of the Controller of Certifying Authorities, Information and Communication Technology Division; Ministry of Posts, Telecommunications and Information Technology. http://www.cca.gov.bd/site/view/officer_list/key-pers'el. 
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Bangladeshi Students Leading at University of Melbourne". edu icon.com. 18 March 2013. http://www.eduicon.com/Feature/Details/147.html. 
  3. Melbourne University Students Union Directory. "University of Melbourne Graduate Student Association". http://directory.students-union.org/index.php/University_of_Melbourne_Graduate_Student_Association. 
  4. World Heritage Encyclopedia. "UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE POSTGRADUATE ASSOCIATION". World Journals - Database of Academic Research Journals. http://www.worldjournals.org/article.aspx?. 
  5. Australian High Commission (14 December 2009). "Australian Scholarships for 45 Bangladesh Students". Australian High Commission Bangladesh. Dhaka. http://bangladesh.embassy.gov.au/daca/scholarship09.html. 
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