List of Independence Day Award recipients (1980–89)

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Independence Day Award, Bangladesh's highest civilian honours - Winners, 1980-1989:

1980[edit]

Recipients Area Note
Dr. Muhammad Shahidullah education posthumous
Mawlana Abu Zafar Mohammad Saleh education
Alhaz Zahir Uddin social work posthumous
Farrukh Ahmed literature posthumous
Munier Chowdhury science and technology posthumous
Sohrab Hossain music
Dr. Khondokar Ameer Hasan science and technology

1981[edit]

Recipients Area Note
Maulana Mohammad Akram Khan journalism posthumous
Abbas Uddin music posthumous
Major Abdul Ghani social work posthumous
Shamsunnahar Mahmud social work posthumous
Abbas Mirja sports posthumous
Dewan Mohammad Azraf literature
Waliullah patwari education
Ustad Khadem Hossain Khan music

1982[edit]

Recipients Area Note
M. A. Rashid education posthumous
Kazi Mohammad Mosharraf Hossain social work posthumous
Syed Murtaza Ali literature posthumous
Anwarul Haque fine arts posthumous
Begum Feroza Bari social service

1983[edit]

In the year 1983, 4 individuals and 1 organization were awarded:

Recipients Area Note
Abdul Kadir literature
Muhammad Enamul Haque education posthumous
Serajul Huq education
Bangladesh Institute of Research and Rehabilitation for Diabetes, Endocrine and Metabolic Disorders (BIRDEM) medical science organization

1984[edit]

In the year 1984, 6 individuals and 2 institutes were awarded. One person was awarded.

Recipients Area Note
Dr. Muhammad Qudrat-i-Khuda[1]
Mohammad Nasiruddin journalism
Muhammad Mansuruddin literature
Shah Abul Hasnat Mohammad Ismail literature
Ustad Ayet Ali Khan music[2]
Bulbul Choudhury dance posthumous
Didar Sarbik Gram Unnayan Samabay Somity rural development
Kumudini Welfare Trust social service organization

1985[edit]

One person was awarded.

Recipients Area Note
Muhammad Ataul Gani Osmani social welfare posthumous

1986[edit]

Two individuals and one organization were awarded.

Recipients Area Note
Bangladesh Academy for Rural Development, Comilla rural development organization
Mafizuddin Ahmed science and technology
Mosharraf Hossain sports

1987[edit]

Three individuals and one organization were awarded.

Recipients Area Note
M Hossain Ali social work
Professor Syed Ali Ahsan literature
Professor Muhammad Yunus rural development[3]
Armed Forces Institute of Pathology and Transfusion medical science organization

1988[edit]

Two individuals were awarded.

Recipients Area Note
Aminul Islam fine arts
Md. Nurul Alam social work posthumous

1989[edit]

Two individuals were awarded.

Recipients Area Note
Professor Dr. Md. Mostafizur Rahman medical science and social work
Niaz Morshed sports

References[edit]

  1. ^ Murshed, Md Mahbub (2003). "Qudrat-i-Khuda, Muhammad". In Islam, Sirajul (ed.). Banglapedia: national encyclopedia of Bangladesh. Dhaka: Asiatic Society of Bangladesh. ISBN 984-32-0576-6. Retrieved 2008-01-17.
  2. ^ Khan, Mobarak Hossain (2003). "Khan, (Ustad) Ayet Ali". In Islam, Sirajul (ed.). Banglapedia: national encyclopedia of Bangladesh. Dhaka: Asiatic Society of Bangladesh. ISBN 984-32-0576-6. Retrieved 2008-01-17.
  3. ^ "PROFESSOR MUHAMMAD YUNUS". Grameen Bank, Bangladesh. Retrieved 2008-01-17.