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Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology (BUET)

Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology (BUET)

Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology abbreviated as BUET which is a standout amongst the most perilous institutions for higher research in the nation. Around 5500 understudies are seeking after undergrad and postgraduate research, engineering, planning and science in this establishment. At show, BUET has sixteen teaching offices under five faculties and it has three institutional establishments. Consistently the admission of university understudies is around 900, while the admission of graduate understudies in Masters and PhD programs is around 1000. An aggregate of around five hundred instructors are instructing in these offices and organizations.Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology (BUET)

The BUET campus is in the core of Dhaka – the capital city of Bangladesh. It has a dense campus with great hall of residence within outdoor distances of the educational buildings. The physical development of the University in the course of the most recent three decades has been amazing with development of new scholarly structures, assembly hall complex, lobbies of habitation, and so forth.

BUET is the most established institute for the investigation of Engineering and Architecture in Bangladesh. In 1876, the Government of Bengal of British India established Dhaka survey school at Nalgola for preparing Surveyors in old Dhaka.

Then the Survey School became Ahsanullah School of Engineering which is offering three-year recognition courses in Electrical, Mechanical and Civil Engineering. That time it was entitled Khawja Ahsanullah like as his father’s name for supporting the school development.

After that it shifted to its present locations in 1912. In 1947, the School was moved up to Ahsanullah Engineering College as a Faculty of Engineering under the University of Dhaka, offering four-year lone wolf’s courses in Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, Chemical and Metallurgical Engineering. To make offices for postgraduate investigations and research, Ahsanullah Engineering College was moved up to the status of a University in 1962 and was named East Pakistan University of Engineering and Technology. After the war of Liberation in 1971, Bangladesh turned into a free state and the university was give new name as the Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology. Check Here for More Details.

Both Undergraduate and Postgraduate investigations and research are presently among the essential elements of the University. Eleven divisions under five resources offer Bachelor Degrees; while the greater part of the offices and organizations offer Masters Degrees and a portion of the offices have Ph.D. programs. In adding to its own research platforms, the university starts research programs supported by external officialdoms like European Union, UNO, Commonwealth, UGC, etc.

At a Glance of BUET

Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology
বাংলাদেশ প্রকৌশল বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়
MottoThe ocean of knowledge
TypePublic Engineering University , Technological
Established1876: Dhaka Survey School
1912: Ahsanullah School of Engineering
1947: Faculty of Engineering, University of Dhaka
1962: EPUET
1971: BUET
Academic affiliationsUGC
Endowment1.024 billion (2015-16)
( 13 million)
ChancellorPresident of Bangladesh
Vice-ChancellorSaiful Islam
Academic staff660
Administrative staff1,566
Students10,644 (June 2015)
Undergraduates5,206 (June 2015)
Postgraduates4,805 (June 2015)
Doctoral students440 (June 2015)
Other students193 (June 2015)
LocationDhaka, Bangladesh
CampusUrban, 91.37 acres
(0.37 km²)
NicknameBUET
Websitebuet.ac.bd

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