Bulbul Lalitakala Academy

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Bulbul Academy of Fine Arts (BAFA)
Bulbul Academy for Fine Arts (01).jpg
Address
7 Waisghat
Dhaka, 1100
Bangladesh
Information
Type Fine Arts
Established 1955
Founder Begum Afroza BulBul
Communities served Begum Shamsuj Jahan Noor (President)
Alumni BAFA Alumni Association
Website

Bulbul Academy for Fine Arts (BAFA) is an institution of fine arts established in Dhaka on 17 May 1955, was founded by Begum Afroza BulBul wife of Late Bulbul Chowdhury Oman under the financial support of the government.[1]

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Students have to be present in their classes. Students with less than 70% attendance will not be able to sit for the 2 examinations. While attending any course at the academy students must take permission to attend radio, TV or any other programs from the academy authority. Riyed Hasan Shawon, rising singing talent of Bangladesh learned Nazrul Sangeet & Classical Singing here in the Dhanmondi,Dhaka branch under Famous Nazrul Geeti Singer Rafiqul Islam, Yeakub Ali Khan, Salauddin Ahmed & Classical Singing Teachers namely Mongol Chandra Pandit.

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Coordinates: 23°44′59″N 90°25′25″E / 23.7498°N 90.4236°E / 23.7498; 90.4236