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Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology

 



Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) is one of the leading engineering related higher education institutions in Bangladesh . It is located in Palashi area of Dhaka city.





History





In the initial stage 





BUET was established as a survey academy for surveyors in the late nineteenth century. In 18 the then British Raj started an institution called Dhaka Survey School . The purpose was to impart technical education to government employees in British India at that time . In 1905, the then Khwaja Ahsanullah of Dhaka became interested in the school and donated  1.12 lakh taka  to the school for the advancement of Muslim education. Thanks to his generous donations, it later expanded into a self-contained engineering school, and in recognition of this, the school was renamed Ahsanullah Engineering School in 1906 . Ahsanullah Engineering School started offering three-year diploma coursesDepartment of Civil Engineering , Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering . Initially, the school was housed in a rented building. Its own building was constructed near Shahidullah Hall of Dhaka University in 1908 on government initiative . A high chimney of this place used to carry this memory even a few days ago. In 1920 it was moved to its present location.





Initially the school was attached to Dhaka College . Later it was managed under the Director of Public Education. Mr. Anderson was appointed first principal. Then in 1932 Mr. B. C. Gupta and in 1937 Mr. Hakim Ali was appointed principal.





After World War 2





After the Second World War , the then government adopted a comprehensive plan for the industrialization of Bengal. Then there was a lack of skilled manpower in the area. A committee appointed by the then government set up an engineering college in Dhaka for 120 students in 4-year degree courses in mechanical, electrical, chemical and agricultural engineering and transferred the school to the then Palashi Barra to enroll 480 students in 4-year diploma courses in pur, mechanical and electrical engineering. Recommended. In May 1948, the government decided to set up an engineering college in Dhaka and examinations were held for the admission of students at the present Bengal Engineering College at Shibpur in West Bengal and Ahsanullah Engineering School in Dhaka.





After the partition 





As a result of partition in 1947, all but a handful of teachers of Ahsanullah Engineering School moved to India and 5 teachers from India joined the school. In August 1947, it was upgraded to Ahsanullah Engineering College as the Faculty of Engineering under Dhaka University. Mr. Hakim Ali was appointed Principal.





February 1948, the then East Pakistan Government College approved the civil engineering , electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, Chemical Engineering , Agricultural Engineering and Textile Engineering in the four-year bachelor's degree and civil engineering, electrical engineering and mechanical engineering in the three-year diploma giving Begins to do. Eventually, however, metallurgical engineering was included instead of agriculture and textiles. In 1956, the semester system was introduced in the college and a new curriculum was approved. In 1956, the number of seats in degree courses was increased from 120 to 240. In 1958, the diploma course was discontinued from the college.





In 1951, T. H. Matthew and in 1954. M. A. Rashid became the principal of the college. During this time a joint management agreement was signed with the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas (now University) and Ahsanullah College, so that professors from there came to this country and played an important role in improving the quality of teaching, laboratory and curriculum. In order to improve the quality of teachers, some teachers are in Texas for postgraduate studies. & M. Was sent to college. During this time the Asia Foundation donated some necessary books to the library and the practice of rental libraries was introduced. While in college, there were only two dormitories for students: Main Hostel (now Dr. M. A. Rashid Bhavan) and South Hostel (now Nazrul Islam Hall).





As the University of Engineering and Technology





Pakistan 196 on June 1 it was given the name of a full-fledged engineering at the University of East Pakistan Engineering and Technical University (East Pakistan University of Engineering and Technology , or EPUET). The then director of technical education. M. A. Rashid became the first Vice Chancellor. Professor A. M. Ahmed became the first dean of the engineering faculty. Renowned mathematician M. A. Jabbar became the first registrar and Mamtajuddin Ahmed the first controller. Dr. M. A. The university was established on a solid foundation under the able leadership of Rashid.





After the establishment of the university, three new residential halls were built for the students. Professor Kabiruddin Ahmed was first appointed as the Director of Student Welfare. The Department of Architecture was first formed in 1972 in the Faculty of Architecture and Planning, for this department in Texas. & M. A few teachers from the college joined. Thus the University of Engineering started its journey with the departments of Pur, Yantra, Tarot, Kemi and Metal Engineering and Architecture in these two faculties of Engineering and Architecture. In 1984, the number of seats was increased from 240 to 360 to meet the growing demand. Construction of the present 6-storey civil engineering building began in the same year. In 1989-80 the number of seats was increased to 420. At this time a new department called Physical Planning was introduced in the Faculty of Architecture and Planning. This later became the Department of Urban and Regional Planning.





After independence 





After the liberation war of Bangladesh in 1971 , its name was changed to its present name, i.e. Bangladesh University of Engineering.





VC 





  1. MA Rashid (June 1, 1972 - March 16, 1980)
  2. Mohammad Abu Nasser (18 March 1970 - 25 April 1975)
  3. Wahiduddin Ahmed (25 April 1975 - 24 April 1973)
  4. Abdul Matin Patwari (24 April 1963 - 25 April 196)
  5. Musharraf Hossain Khan (25 April 1986 - 24 April 1991)
  6. Muhammad Shahjahan (24 April 1991 - 26 November 1997)
  7. Iqbal Mahmud (26 November 1998 - 14 October 1997)
  8. Nuruddin Ahmed (14 October 1998 - 30 August 2002)
  9. Mohammad Ali Murtuza (August 30, 2002 - August 29, 2006)
  10. AMM Safiullah (30 August 2007 - 29 August 2010)
  11. SM Nazrul Islam (30 August 2010 - 13 September 2014)
  12. Khaleda Ekram (14 September 2014 - 24 May 2018)
  13. Saiful Islam (22 June 2017 - 23 June 2020)
  14. Satya Prasad Majumdar [1] (25 June 2020 - present)





Campus 





BUET Campus is located in the heart of Dhaka . This is a small campus. The student dormitories are within walking distance of the academy building. The current campus area is 6.75 acres (311,000 bm).









Faculties and departments





BUET currently has 16 departments under 5 faculties.





Faculty of Architecture and Planning 





  • Department of Architecture
  • Urban and Regional Planning Department
  • Department of Humanities





Faculty of Civil Engineering 





  • Department of Civil Engineering
  • Department of Water Resources Strategy





Faculty of Electrical and Electronic  





  • Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
  • Department of Computer Science and Engineering
  • Department of Biomedical Techniques





Faculty of Engineering  





  • Department of Chemical Engineering
  • Department of Materials and Metallurgy
  • Department of Chemistry
  • Department of Mathematics
  • Department of Physics
  • Department of Petroleum and Mineral Resources Strategy





Faculty of 





  • Department of Mechanical Engineering
  • Department of Shipping and Naval Strategy
  • Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Strategies





Institutes  





Four institutes were established at BUET with the aim of expanding knowledge and building skilled manpower in engineering and technology. These are:





  • Institute of Information and Communication Technology (IICT)
  • Institute of Water and Flood Management (IWFM)
  • Institute of Appropriate Technology (IAT)
  • Accident Research Institute (ARI)





Directorate, Centers and other  





  • Directorate of Advisory, Extension and Research Services(DAERS)
  • Directorate of Students Welfare(DSW)
  • Directorate of Planning and Development(P&D)
  • Directorate of Continuing Education(DCE)
  • Centre for Energy Studies(CES)
  • Centre for Environmental and Resource Management(CERM)
  • Biomedical Engineering Centre
  • Bureau of Research, Testing and Consultation(BRTC)
  • International Training Network Centre(ITN)
  • Bangladesh Network Office for Urban Safety(BONUS),BUET





Alokvartika





Alokvartika is an open library established in October 2016 by some students of the '14 batch of the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering. Anyone can take any book from here without any registration. But if he takes a book, he has to give a book to the library. [6] In November 2016, another branch of Alokvartika was established on the main campus.





Organizations 





Student Organizations  





According to the Ordinance 1972, all organizational politics has been banned in Bangladesh University of Engineering. Abrar Fahad, a university student, was brutally beaten to death after the university's vice chancellor. Saiful Islam banned all types of student politics and political organizations and their activities on campus. According to the University Ordinance, teacher politics on campus has also been banned.  





Science Organizations  





  • Satyen Bose Science Club
  • BUET Nuclear Engineering Club
  • BUET Automobile Club
  • BUET Energy Club
  • BUET Robotics Society





Cultural Organizations  





  • BUET Drama Society
  • Fainting
  • Origami Club
  •  





Other organizations 





  • BUET Career Club
  • BUET Debating Society





Structures





  • BUET Shaheed Minar
  • Sculpture in memory of the deceased Sabekunnahar Soni
  • Memorial plaque in memory of the deceased Arif Raihan Deep





Facilities 





Auditorium 





The university campus has a central auditorium complex with 1038 seats. It has all the modern facilities including air conditioner. In addition to the auditorium, the complex has a 16-seat seminar room and a cafeteria for students. Besides, there is another seminar room with 200 seats on the second floor of the civil engineering building. It is 35 and 16 m long for film screenings for education and entertainment. Mr. There are film projectors.





Library 





The University Library's four-story building covers about 20,000 square feet and is located in the center of the campus. The library has all the modern facilities. There is an air-conditioned environment for about 200 students to study together. The BUET Library has a huge collection of references and journals. There is a section called Reprographic which has photocopying of reference books.





Health 





BUET has a health center (BUET Health Complex) with basic healthcare facilities. Sophisticated X-ray machines, ultrasonography, ECGs are helpful in diagnosing the disease. There is a pathological lab with machines and modern self-contained labs.





Gym 





BUET has a rich gym with basketball courts to facilitate regular exercise and indoor games for its students. It is located across a large area on the south side of Sher-e-Bangla Hall.





Virtual classroom 





Room 605 in the ECE building can be used as a virtual classroom. In this virtual classroom under the supervision of IICT, students and teachers from different departments of the university can exchange class shares and talents with different distance learning institutions or individuals. The virtual classroom has all the modern conveniences. Here in an air-conditioned environment, about 100 people can assemble any virtual assembly together.





Resident of the other 





BUET has eight dormitories. Shaheed Smriti is allotted for young teachers and postgraduate students who have no formal residence.





The halls were built at different times. That is why different halls carry patterns of different architectural styles. The provost is in charge of each hall. Provosts are usually selected from among the senior teachers. There are three Assistant Provosts in each case.

























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