American International University

American International University of Bangladesh

American International University

American International University

About Us

In keeping with the tradition of excellence and in the pursuit of its mission and vision, the Faculty of Business Administration of AIUB is continuously in search for new horizons to make the learning process attuned with the emerging demands for world class business education. The unpredictable business environment would need a strategic intervention that would make the academic programs relevant and responsive to these changes and challenges. Foremost is the fast advancing technology which has made a dramatic change in the way business is conducted throughout the world. Policies and strategies have been laid down by the government and non-government organizations and institutions to complement the evolution of technology. Human resources of the country need to be equipped with knowledge and skills to make them abreast of these continuous developments. The university plays an important role in this aspect of educating and providing relevant experiences to the students who are in quest for globally competitive knowledge and skills to cope with the emerging challenges in the world of business. The Faculty of Business Administration is one of the prosperous faculties of the university. It is continuously restructuring its curricular program and courses; upgrading faculty competencies; facilities improvements and adapting new teaching strategies in response to the needs and demands of the times.

Mission:

The Faculty of Business Administration is committed to promote and impart socially relevant business oriented curricular programs and dedicated to explore through research innovative academic activities to meet the challenges of the highly competitive business world.

Vision:

The Faculty of Business Administration aspires to become the best South Asian Business School by 2015.

Goals:

   Pursue the accreditation of the business program as a center of excellence of the university

   Enrich the business curricular programs to make it more relevant and responsive to social and business requirement

   Hire more qualified and experienced faculty members

   Embark on relevant business research and academic projects that will be useful in making instruction more practical in generating gainful experiences and resources

   Enhance university outreach programs and services through business related activities, and networking with national and international organizations in order to alleviate the socio-economic lives of the beneficiaries

   Accelerate professional and career development of the faculty and their personal well being

   Promote the employability and entrepreneurial development of the graduates

   Expand the program- based and student-based business curriculum

   Introduce doctoral program on business education

Dean, Faculty of Business Administration:
Prof. Dr. Charles Carillo Villanueva is presently the Dean of Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, and Dean In-charge of the Faculty of Business Administration, American International University-Bangladesh. He did his Doctor of Education (Ed.D) from Manila, Philippines, during 1982. He completed Master of Arts in Education (M.A.Ed.) from Manila, Philippines, during 1977. He finished his Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education (B.S.E.Ed) from Kalibo, Aklan, Philippines during 1968 and Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education (B.S.E.), from Kalibo, Aklan, Philippines, during 1970. He completed Advanced Studies in Educational Planning cum Administration (9 mos.), IIEP-UNESCO, Paris, France during 1982 and Basic Course in Educational Planning and Management 2 mos.), UNESCO-PROAP, Bangkok, Thailand and NIEPA, New Delhi India during 1983. He worked as the Chief Educational Planning Analyst, Department of Education, Manila, Philippines from 1990 to 1996. He worked as the Director IV, Office Policy, Planning, Research and Information, Commission on Higher Education, Pasig City, Philippines from 1996 to 2000. He was also a Graduate School Professor (Part-time) from 1981 to 2002. He was the UNESCO EMIS Consultant/ Sr. Education Adviser in BANBEIS, Ministry of Education, Dhaka, Bangladesh, during 2000 and worked in Thailand, UNESCO Paris, Myanmar, Vietnam, Pakistan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Armenia, South Korea, and China from 1990 to 2005. He is also Vice President, Academic Affairs (on leave), Aklan Catholic College, Kalibo, Aklan, Philippines since 2002 and also the Director, Center for Research and Excellence, American International University-Bangladesh, since 2007.

Contact Us:
Administrative Building:
House 83/B, Road 4, Kemal Ataturk Avenue Banani, Dhaka 1213, Bangladesh
+88-02-9894229,+88-02-9897387,+88-02-58815357
Fax: +88-02-8813233
info@aiub.edu
http://www.aiub.edu

Admission Information:

+88-02-9894229, +88-02-9897387, +88-02-58815387; Ext. 100,199 ​
Graduate Program Office [12pm to 8pm]
+88-02-55034233, +88-02-55034180; Ext. 555

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Aeronautical Institute of Bangladesh

Aeronautical Institute of Bangladesh

Aeronautical Institute of Bangladesh

Welcome to Aeronautical Institute of Bangladesh

The present age is the age of science & technology. The growth of airlines with the introduction of wide-body and supersonic aircraft in public transportation has added a new dimension in human endeavor.

Aircraft is a complex machine requires accurate jobs to be performed to keep it trouble free and airworthy. So the maintenance of an aircraft requires a high standard of maintenance knowledge and skill. Unlike many other faculty of engineering, the training of an aircraft maintenance engineer has to be more practical oriented and sophisticated.

Now a day’s many new airlines are coming up not only in Bangladesh but also in many parts of the world. As a result of the demand of Aircraft Maintenance Engineers are increasing day-by-day.

A Career in aviation as an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer is one of the challenging and adventurous profession.

Aeronautical Institute of Bangladesh (AIB) can help you to build your career as an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (AME) at a lesser cost and time.

ACCREDITATION:

Affiliation: AIB is affiliated by Bangladesh Technical Education Board (BTEB), Ref: BAKASHIBO/ KA/ 2004/ 2810/ 4770 dated 01.11.2004.

Acceptance/Approval: Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh(CAAB), the regulatory authority of Bangladesh has accepted and approved the complete BTEB Curriculum. (Ref: CAA/ 5504/ 48/ AELD/ 75 dated 26.01.2005.)

Who are AME?

An Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (AME) is a person licensed to ensure that aircraft are airworthy in accordance with local and international aviation standards. Each aircraft is required to be certified for Airworthy before being accepted by the pilot for a take-off. This certification is required to be carried out by an appropriately license AME who has been specifically trained to inspect and evaluate the airworthiness aspect of the aircraft and its system. Thus, an AME is expected to be a dedicated, knowledgeable and skilled professional. In fact, the lives of the passengers and crew on board an aircraft vests in the hands of an AME.

Skill and professionalism is infused only upon experience and exposure. An AME therefore exposes himself/herself to several such aircrafts, engines or systems and extends his/her scope of license to cover various types of airplanes. This is the way of increasing his qualification, skills and market demand through which one goes up the ladder of success in this vast field of Aviation industry.

There goes a saying ´AME´s are not born, they are made. Hence, a student with an average academic background could as well be crafted into a specialized AME if he has within him, the 3D’s i.e dedication, discipline and dynamism. It is here that he/she is nurtured to graduate as a technical doctor for the AIRCRAFT, its engines, electrical, instruments and Radio systems.

Our History

AIB is the Institute of Aircraft Maintenance Engineering, has been established in 1999, with a vision to develop skilled man power for Aircraft maintenance and for other sector of Aviation.

AIB is located at Uttara Model Town near to Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport (HSIA) and specializing in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Training for the fresh students. It also conduct CAAB approved short & refreshers courses for experienced aircraft maintenance engineering personnel.

Vision & Mission:

Mission:

AIB is headed towards creating a sustained aviation community with the committed contribution of its determined term. Imparting world-class knowledge will be the primary objective. A pronounced emphasis will be laid upon respect towards human relationships, time management and above all, discipline & focus.

Vision:

AIB is the Entry-point into the brightness of knowledge from the darkness of ignorance. Vision of AIB is to Create Educated, Talented, Efficient, Creative Constructive, and Skilled Technical Professionals. Who can take any challenges in the field of Science & Technology in Fastest-Growing Aviation Sector and contribute to the Bangladesh’s Vision to become Global leader in human resources and to contribute its share in expected shortage of manpower in this sector.

Sher-E-Bangle Agricultural University (SAU)

Sher-E-Bangla Agricultural University (SAU)Sher-E-Bangle Agricultural University (SAU)

Learn to feed the nation

Since 1938 we are upholding the spirit that founded our university and encourage each other to explore unpredicted lines of thinking to generate technology for hunger free world”

Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University (SAU) is located in the heart of the capital city, Dhaka with excellent public transportation facilities to reach the university. The SAU campus stands on 86.92 acres (35.19 ha) of picturesque land covered by green plantations.

The “Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University Act 2001″ was passed in the national Parliament on 09 July 2001. The foundation stone of the University was laid by the then Honorable Prime Minister Shiekh Hasina on 15 July 2001 and inaugurated the university activities through the appointment of the first Vice-Chancellor Professor Md. Shadat Ulla. The Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University had started its formal functions on 11 September 2001 following the issuance of a notification by the Government as per requirement of the “Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University Act 2001″.

The Bengal Agricultural Institute (BAI) was established on December 11, 1938 by Sher-e-Bangla A.K. Fazlul Huq, the then Chief Minister of undivided Bengal. At that time the name of this institution was “The Bengal Agricultural Institute” was renamed “East Pakistan Agricultural Institute” in 1947. After the emergence of Bangladesh as an independent country in 1971, the name of the institute was spontaneously changed to the Bangladesh Agricultural Institute (BAI). Since its inception in 1938, the BAI had been functioning as a “Faculty of Agriculture” under Dhaka University. Meanwhile, with the establishment of Bangladesh Agricultural University (BAU) at Mymensingh in 1961 its academic function was transferred to BAU in 1964 till it’s up gradation to Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University in 2001.

Nearly 5700 graduates plus 600 postgraduates have so far been produced by the Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University. Graduates of this University have been playing a pioneer role in the development of agricultural system and agro-based economy of the country. They are involved in various national and international services ranging from civil service to UN assignments including UN peacekeeping forces. Presently, about 2500 undergraduate and postgraduate students are enrolled in this University and are taught by learned well qualified and experienced faculties.

The Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University was established for the expansion of higher agricultural education and committed to promote research in various fields of agricultural sciences and to offer extension services. A number of research projects have been undertaken by the different departments of the University.

It has made a significant progress towards commencing collaborative research programs with some foreign universities.

MISSION 

To advance and share knowledge, discover solutions and promote opportunities in food and agriculture, bioenergy, health, the environment and human well-being.To offer accessible quality training, research and innovation in order to produce leaders in the fields of Agriculture, Built Environment, Health Sciences, Social Sciences and other Applied Sciences to suit the needs of a dynamic world.

VISION

  1. To lead in science, innovation and collaboration that improves life and sustains the natural world.
  2. Invest in research, teaching and outreach activities in scholarly domains in which the college has acknowledged strengths or demonstrable potential;
  3. Create opportunities and respond to 21st century challenges by drawing on our strategic advantages in basic and applied sciences;
  4. Reciprocate the trust placed in us by our stakeholders, in Wisconsin and around the world, through a commitment to excellence and relevance in all activities;
  5. Honor and engage the ideas, enthusiasm and commitment of our students through excellence in teaching and learning experiences;
  6. Foster diversity and equity through a climate of respect and inclusion;
  7. Seek new sources of revenue with which to maintain and improve the quality of our programs, faculty, staff and facilities.
  8. Establish as a University of global excellence in Training, Research and Innovation for development.

 

MOTTO

To set trends in Higher Education, Research and Innovation.

Sher-E-Bangla Agricultural University (SAU)
Permanent Address:
Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University, Sher-e-Bangla Nagar, Dhaka-1207
Main Campus Address:
Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University, Sher-e-Bangla Nagar, Dhaka-1207
In-Campus Address:
Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University, Sher-e- Bangla Nagar, Dhaka- 1207
Establish Year: 2001
Phone:88-02-9144270-8(PABX)
Fax:88 02 8155800
Email:vcsau@dhaka.net
Website: http://www.sau.edu.bd

Dhaka University (DU)

 

Shahjalal University of Science and Technology (SUST)

Shahjalal University of Science and Technology (SUST)

Shahjalal University of Science and Technology (SUST)

History

After a long struggle and a relentless movement, the Shahjalal University of Science and Technology (SUST) was established in 1987. The only university of its kind at that time, it started it’s career on the 1st Phalgun(13th of February 1991) with only three departments: Physics, Chemistry and Economics, 13 teachers and 205 students. Now, at the middle of 2011, it has expanded to 7 schools, 25 departments and one institute. The number of teachers has grown to 424 and the students to 9262. Besides, the University has six affiliated medical colleges under the School of Medical Sciences with 2744 students. SUST introduced the integrated honours course for the first time in Bangladesh. It introduced the semester system from the 1996-97 session and there was a remarkable improvement in the quality of education after the introduction of this system, which was visible even in the national arena. Every student from SUST has to take two language courses, one in Bangla and the other one in English. Every student also has to take two computer courses, one for computer literacy and the other to learn a computer language. The computer center of SUST offers courses to every employees and one can say, without any hesitation that SUST is the most IT enabled university in this country. SUST has started it’s graduate programmes by offering masters degree to graduating bachelors of most of the departments. It is difficult to start a world-class research programme without a well funded graduate school, even then the teachers of SUST are trying to create a research environment in the campus. Two research journals are published regularly from SUST, one in Bangla and the other one in English where a few hundred research papers are submitted every year. Several departments have hosted International Conferences and are planning to organize similar events in the near future.

Mission

Although it is comparatively a new university, SUST has already placed itself as an important institution in the country. The teachers participate in various academic affairs of the country and the graduating students are serving the nation, specially in the field of science and technology. It is not an over statement, under proper guidance and a little help from the government this institution can be a center of excellence in a very short time.

Shahjalal University of Science and Technology (SUST)
Kumer Gaon, Sylhet-3114
Establish Year: 1987
Permanent Address:
Kumar Gaon ;P.O- 3114, Sylhet
Phone: 880-821-713491,714479,713850,717850
Fax:880-821-715257
Email : registrar@sust.edu
Website : http://www.sust.edu

Rangpur University

Rangpur University

Established 2008
Vice chancellors: Professor Abdul Jalil

Rangpur University-poster
Rangpur University is a government financed public university in Bangladesh. It is the fourth public university in Rajshahi Division. This university is renamed as Begum Rokeya University. The university will be located between Rangpur Cadet College and Carmichael College in Rangpur. The campus is under construction. Currently, the university is operating at Teachers Training College in Rangpur.

Academics

The University initially offered six honours courses. It has fifteen honours courses for the 2010-2011 session.

  • Bangla
  • English
  • History & Archaeology
  • Economics
  • Political Science
  • Social Science
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Computer Science & Engineering
  • Statistic
  • Geography & Environmental Science
  • Managament & Human Resource
  • Accounting & Information System
  • Marketing

Campus

The Campus of Rangpur University is situated to the East of the Carmichael College on 75 acres (300,000 m2) of land. At the moment, the University is functioning in two buildings of the Rangpur Teachers’ Training Institute at Dhap. The construction of Begum Rokeya University is just under way on its own campus on the outskirts of Rangpur in the south. Rangpur, a peaceful and tranquil town, is just a 6 hours’ drive from the bustling, crowded city of Dhaka. The authority expects to move to the permanent Campus in two years

History of

Since 1947, a university in this region has been a long cherished dream. A popular demand for a kind of university which can reach out to a large number of students desiring higher education in this vast region has always been intensely felt but has never been fulfilled. In 2001, the then Prime Minister, Sheikh Hasina laid the foundations of Rangpur University of Science and Technology. However, later on the establishment was cancelled. It was not until August 2007 when Dr Fakhruddin Ahmed, Chief Advisor of the Caretaker Government, agreed in principle to establish a full fledged university in Rangpur. Finally, Dr. Fakhruddin Ahmad, in a historic cabinet meeting held in Rangpur on February 2, 2008, took the decision to establish a University in Rangpur. The Rangpur University Ordinance was approved by the cabinet on June 15, 2008. Professor M Lutfar Rahman was appointed the first Vice Chancellor on 20 October 2008. Two days later Dr Hossain Zillur Rahman, the then Education and Commerce Advisor to the Caretaker Government formally inaugurated Rangpur University.

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