Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Ranking of Private Universities in Bangladesh 2017

  1. North South University (NSU) 
  2. East West University (EWU) 
  3. Independent University Bangladesh (IUB) 
  4. Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology (AUST) 
  5. BRAC University (BRACU) 
  6. United International University (UIU) 
  7. Daffodil International University (DIU) 
  8. University of Asia Pacific (UAP) 
  9. American International University-Bangladesh (AIUB) 
  10. Green University of Bangladesh 
  11. Southeast University 
  12. University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh 
  13. Stamford University Bangladesh 
  14. International University of Business Agriculture and Technology 
  15. International Islamic University Chittagong 
  16. Eastern University Bangladesh 
  17. Bangladesh University of Business and Technology 
  18. Bangladesh Army International University of Science & Technology, Comilla 
  19. University of Development Alternative 
  20. Notre Dame University Bangladesh 
  21. Army University of Science and Technology(BAUST), Saidpur 
  22. Primeasia University 
  23. State University of Bangladesh 
  24. Chittagong Independent University (CIU) 
  25. Army University of Engineering and Technology (BAUET), Qadirabad 
  26. Central Women’s University 
  27. Bangladesh University 
  28. ASA University Bangladesh 
  29. Northern University Bangladesh 
  30. Gono University 
  31. Manarat International University 
  32. BGMEA University of Fashion & Technology 
  33. East Delta University 
  34. Shanto-Mariam University of Creative Technology 
  35. University of Science & Technology Chittagong 
  36. BGC Trust University Bangladesh 
  37. Uttara University 
  38. University of Information Technology & Sciences 
  39. Presidency University 
  40. Premier University Chittagong 
  41. Metropolitan University Sylhet 
  42. Sylhet International University 
  43. City University 
  44. Bangladesh Islami University 
  45. Victoria University of Bangladesh 
  46. Hamdard University Bangladesh 
  47. The Millenium University 
  48. World University of Bangladesh 
  49. Prime University 
  50. North East University Bangladesh 
  51. Britannia University 
  52. People’s University of Bangladesh 
  53. CCN University of Science & Technology 
  54. European University of Bangladesh 
  55. Canadian University of Bangladesh 
  56. Central University of Science and Technology 
  57. Coxs Bazar International University 
  58. Exim Bank Agricultural University, Bangladesh 
  59. Sheikh Fazilatunnesa Mujib University 
  60. Dhaka International University 
  61. Royal University of Dhaka 
  62. Port City International University 
  63. Khwaja Yunus Ali University 
  64. University of South Asia 
  65. Sonargaon University 
  66. Fareast International University 
  67. Pundro University of Science & Technology 
  68. Bangladesh University of Health Sciences 
  69. First Capital University of Bangladesh 
  70. Northern University of Business & Technology, Khulna 
  71. Z H Sikder University of Science & Technology 
  72. German University Bangladesh 
  73. Rajshahi Science & Technology University (RSTU), Natore 
  74. Feni University 
  75. Global University Bangladesh 
  76. Rabindra Moitri University, Kushtia 
  77. Ishakha International University, Bangladesh 
  78. Leading University, Sylhet 
  79. Varendra University 
  80. North Bengal International University 
  81. North Western University, Khulna 
  82. Ranada Prasad Shaha University 
  83. Times University Bangladesh 
  84. University of Creative Technology, Chittagong 
  85. Anwer Khan Modern University 
  86. Atish Dipankar University of Science & Technology 
  87. Asian University of Bangladesh 
  88. Southern University Bangladesh 
  89. Queens University 
  90. IBAIS University

IUB tops from Bangladesh in US robotics contest



IUB tops from Bangladesh in US robotics contest
IUB team 'Team Attendant' in University Rover Challenge (URC) 2017
Independent University, Bangladesh (IUB), secured the first position among all Bangladeshi participating universities, in the 2017 round of University Rover Challenge (URC) held in Utah of the United States recently.  
The University Rover Challenge (URC) is the world's premier robotics competition held annually in the desert of southern Utah in US. URC challenges student teams to design and build the next generation of Mars rovers that will someday work alongside astronauts exploring the Red Planet.
A record number of 82 teams from 13 countries took part in URC 2017. Following a rigorous two-stage down-select process, 36 teams were invited to the field competition at MDRS. 35 teams from seven countries arrived with their rovers ready for the exciting challenges in the Utah desert, USA. Subsequently, the teams of the more than 1000 students were involved in URC projects at their local universities during the 2016-17 academic year.
 
After three days of intense competition under the hot desert sun, the Mars Rover Design Team (MRDT) from the Missouri University of Science and Technology became the first team from the United States to win the University Rover Challenge (URC). 
Częstochowa University of Technology from Poland won the second place while Brigham Young University (BYU) from the United States earned the third position.
However, besides ensuring first among all the Bangladeshi universities, the ‘Team Attendant’ of IUB became second in whole Asia and tenth globally.

IUB tops from Bangladesh in US robotics contest

IUB tops from Bangladesh in US robotics contest
IUB team 'Team Attendant' in University Rover Challenge (URC) 2017
Independent University, Bangladesh (IUB), secured the first position among all Bangladeshi participating universities, in the 2017 round of University Rover Challenge (URC) held in Utah of the United States recently.  
The University Rover Challenge (URC) is the world's premier robotics competition held annually in the desert of southern Utah in US. URC challenges student teams to design and build the next generation of Mars rovers that will someday work alongside astronauts exploring the Red Planet.
A record number of 82 teams from 13 countries took part in URC 2017. Following a rigorous two-stage down-select process, 36 teams were invited to the field competition at MDRS. 35 teams from seven countries arrived with their rovers ready for the exciting challenges in the Utah desert, USA. Subsequently, the teams of the more than 1000 students were involved in URC projects at their local universities during the 2016-17 academic year.
 
After three days of intense competition under the hot desert sun, the Mars Rover Design Team (MRDT) from the Missouri University of Science and Technology became the first team from the United States to win the University Rover Challenge (URC). 
Częstochowa University of Technology from Poland won the second place while Brigham Young University (BYU) from the United States earned the third position.
However, besides ensuring first among all the Bangladeshi universities, the ‘Team Attendant’ of IUB became second in whole Asia and tenth globally.

Prof. Ahmadullah new UODA Pro-VC

Prof. Ahmadullah new UODA Pro-VC
Professor Ahmadullah Mia, PhD
DHAKA: Professor Ahmadullah Mia, PhD, renowned researcher of the country, has been appointed as the Pro-Vice Chancellor of University of Development Alternative (UODA).
President Abdul Hamid appointed the pro-vice chancellor for four years as per Section 32 (1) of Private University Act, 2010 after Board of Trustees of the UODA proposed the name of the veteran educator. 
A circular signed by Registrar of the university Dr. Iffat Chowdhury was issued on Wednesday. 
Meanwhile, Prof. Mia joined UODA as the pro-vice chancellor on July 2, the circular added.  
 
Prof. Mia has got more than 50 years of experience in teaching, training, research, management of social development programs and projects, policy review and action planning for Social and Human Development.
His educational background includes Master’s from Dhaka University in1963 and PhD from the School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western University at Cleveland, Ohio, USA in 1968.
Besides, he had several specialized training in Research Methods, Organisation and Management, and Poverty Eradication Strategies from different overseas countries/universities.
He started teaching at the Institute of Social Welfare and Research as Lecturer in 1964 and gradually got to the position of Professor and then Director of the Institute. Prior to Joining the present position as Pro-Vice Chancellor of UODA, he was Professor and Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences at the same university. 
Earlier he worked as the Executive Director of the Underprivileged Children’s Education Program (UCEP), a reputed program at national and international levels, which had conceptualized and designed on the basis of his research on the poor children engaged in manual work of different types or mere street children struggling for survival. Under his leadership the program became a model of innovative approach to developing the poor and disadvantaged children into skilled human resource with basic education and technical-vocational training capable of improving the quality of life of their own and their families. 
His research works cover a wide range of developmental areas like population and development, formal and non-formal education together with skills training for the underprivileged population groups as effective approach to human resource development and poverty alleviation, women and youth development, use of both conventional communication techniques and modern media of communication in order to bring about changes in the underdeveloped community of people to improve their quality of life. His persistent interest in the wellbeing of the disadvantaged groups of children and adolescents led to being Founder Chairman of two other reputed non-government developmental organizations: Village Education Resource Center (VERC) Bangladesh Shishu Adhikar Forum (BSAF) which are nationally and internally known for their works in the areas of childrens’ rights promotion, literacy promotion, skills development for enhanced income and health care services.
As Professor and Dean at UODA he has taught Research Methods and supervised Dissertation works of students studying in Department of Communication and Media Studies. He also has taught students studying Marketing in the Faculty of Business Studies. His research expertise covers a wide range of areas including Communication for Development, and as such he has been guiding teachers’ research related to use of Communication Media and Methods for Development of underdeveloped communities in Bangladesh.  
Prof. Mia worked as short-term Consultant to a good many development projects of the Bangladesh Government through different Ministries and many International Agencies including several UN bodies. He has widely travelled across many countries covering almost all the continents attending international meetings and professional forums as key speaker or keynote presenter based on his research studies or experience as action project leader. His research articles published in national and international journals and research monographs and analytic papers published or documented in seminar reports exceed one hundred and fifty.

JnU teacher sacked for sexually harassing students

Mir Mosharef Hossain alias Razib Mir
JAGANNATH UNIVERSITY: Jagannath University authoruty sacked a teacher of mass communication and journalism department Mir Mosharef Hossain alias Razib Mir over sexually harassing several female students.
The decision was made in the university's 74th syndicate meeting on Sunday (July 9) after three investigation committees found him guilty.
JnU Vice-Chancellor Mizanur Rahman told Banglanews that the allegations against Razib Mir were proven by the probe committee and he has been sacked permanently.
Earlier on April 5 last year, university authority withdrawn Razib from all activities of the department and postgraduate classes based on recommendation given by one of the three investigation committees. The committee was formed when one student filed some complaints. Razib was suspended then. 
Later several female students from mass communication department came forward with similar allegations against Razib and more probe committees were formed. 
The second committee held public hearing in the presence of the complainants in November last year and later declared Razib guilty in its report

HC stays DU senate meeting for electing VC panel

HC stays DU senate meeting for electing VC panel
The High Court, File Photo
DHAKA: The High Court on Monday (July 24) stayed the process of holding the July 29 special general meeting of Dhaka University senate for electing a panel to appoint a new vice chancellor.
An HC bench comprising Justice Tariqul Hakim and Justice M. Farooq passed the order after hearing a writ petition filed by 15 registered graduates including DU teachers. 
Deputy Attorney General Amatul Karim said the court also ordered the authorities concerned to take steps for constituting a full-fledged DU senate under Section 20(1) of Dhaka University Order 1973.
At the same time, the court issued a rule asking the authorities to explain why the move to hold senate special general meeting without forming the full-fledged body should not be declared illegal.
Dhaka University vice chancellor, two pro-vice chancellors (academic and administration), registrar and secretary to the education ministry have been made respondents to the rule.
Barrister Rokon Uddin Mahmud along with Barrister Mostafizur Rahman Khan moved for the writ petition in court while lawyer AFM Mejbah Uddin moved for DU. 

Rajshahi University Proctor Prof Mojibul resigns

Rajshahi University Proctor Prof Mojibul resigns
RAJSHAHI UNIVERSITY: Rajshahi University (RU) Professor Mojibul Haque Azad Khan resigned from the office of the varsity proctor Sunday (August 6).

RU Vice Chancellor Professor M Abdus Sobhan told Banglanews that the resignation letter has been accepted. Mojibul stated personal problems as reasons for the quitting.

Now, someone new will be appointed, added the VC.

The outgoing proctor told Banglanews that he have requested the authority for approving his discontinuation from the charge of proctor.

He, however, disagreed to comment elaborate.

Professor Mojibul Haque Azad Khan assumed in the office of RU Proctor on March 29, 2016.
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