Dhaka University Central Student Union (DUCSU):
To promote corporate life and common cultural activities within the university and foster spirit of cooperation among the students different halls, the University made provision for the formation of the Dhaka University Central Student Union (DUCSU). The Union was started in the session 1922-23. The Union maintains a common room in which a large number of newspapers and periodicals is kept for the use of the members. An arrangement is made for various indoor games. Debates and literary competitions is organized by DUCSU. The Union undertook the publication of a magazine called The University Journal and its first number was published in 1925. DUCSU represents the problem of the students in the University Senate meetings.
DUCSU has a history of rooting out autocratic government. After the Liberation War in 1971 of Bangladesh three big statues were erected by DUCSU in front of the University Arts Building. The Lecturer of the Department of Fine Arts of the Chittagong University, Syed Abdullah Khalid was the sculpture of those statues. The construction started from January 1979. Working 7 to 8 hours a day
Mr. Khalid completed the construction in nearly a year time and the sculptures were formally opened
On 16 December 1979.
The sculptures have been named 'Aparajeya Bangla', meaning the Invincible Bangla.