Akij Group (Trust) Scholarship

Akij Group (Trust) Scholarship has already been on its way to facilitate higher education with less tension of financial distress during study for two students of the Department of Pharmacy of Daffodil International University.

The value of each scholarship/stipend: Taka 2,000/- per month.

Effective from: November-2010 

Students who are under this scholarship:






Md. Mahfuz Alam Siddiqe




Md. Abul Hassan



Akij Group- At a glance:

The emergence of Akij group is fabulous. History of Akij Group stretches back to later part of the forties. It can be a great example of how perseverance, determination & hard work aid an ordinary common person to be uplifted as an extra-ordinary entrepreneur.

In its early years, the Group started in modest way with jute trading, earning highest amount of foreign exchange. In the second phase, the Group went into manufacturing handmade cigarettes popularly known as bidis. This sector gave a real boost to the revenue earning of the Group as well as making a substantial contribution to government exchequer. With the passage of time, the Group undertook new ventures and presently there are 15 wings of industries under its shade- Akij Cement Comapny Ltd.; Akij Computer Ltd.; Akij Corporation Ltd.; Akij Food & Beverage Ltd.; Akij Institute of Technology.; Akij Match Factory Ltd.; Akij Online Ltd.; Akij Particle & Hard Board Mills Ltd.; Akij Pharmaceuticals Ltd.; Akij Printing & packaging Ltd.; Akij Real Estate Ltd.; Akij Textile Mills Ltd.; Akij Zarda Factory Ltd.; Ad-din Hospital(Philanthropic).; Dhaka Tobacco Industries(Cigarettes).; Dhaka Tobacco Industries(Leaf).; Navaron Printing and Packages Ltd.; S.A.F Industries Ltd. & Akij Gas Company Ltd. Akij Group is also involved in socio-cultural activities.

This high-flying group is contributing to the nation's economic growth and ceaselessly creating job opportunities to various professionals. The Group has been operating a sizeable orphanage free of charge in district town. It has also acquired a modern mother & children hospital previously owned by Save the Children (UK). The hospital is being operated as a non-profitable concern by Ad-Din Welfare Trust.