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Remians are the graduates of Dhaka Residential Model College, a college in Bangladesh.[1][2] Students of the Dhaka Residential Model College (DRMC) are called Remians. The term is regarded as a prestigious designation held by graduates of DRMC. Remians founded an organization in Bangladesh known as ORWA, the Old Remians Welfare Association. Remians who are living in Canada have formed Remians Canada to increase the fraternity among the remians living in Canada.

Remians and ORWA members have played a vital role in the development of Bangladesh, contributing to society as government officers, doctors, scientists, engineers, army officers, and professors. Many senior government officials of Bangladesh are Remians.

Notable Remians have included:


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  3. ^ "Businessmen to grab sports". The Daily Star. 2009-09-30. Retrieved 2009-09-30. Dhanmondi Club, now a limited company, has been named after Sheikh Jamal, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's slain brother...
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