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Department of CSE, BUBT always maintains a standard size for number of students a teacher is responsible for during a given period of instruction. In general, the maximum and minimum class sizes are 45 and 10 respectively while the average class size is 25-35. The following two Tables show minimum class size, the maximum class size and the average class size of all the courses/sections offered by the CSE program for Fall 2018-19 semester and two Tables show minimum class size, the maximum class size and the average class size of all the courses/sections offered by the CSE program for Spring 2019 semester.

Bangladesh University of Business & Technology (BUBT)

Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE)

Number of Registered Students - Course Wise [Shift: Day]

Semester: Fall, 2018-19

Course Code

Intake

No. of Sec

Maximum

Class Size

Minimum Class Size

Average Class Size

ACT 201

Intake- 35

7

40

24

36

Total

7

40

24

36

ACT 205

Intake- 36

3

38

32

34

Total

3

38

32

34

CSE 100

Intake- 38

8

46

25

35

Total

8

46

25

36

CSE 101

Intake- 40

3

53

29

40

Total

3

53

29

40

CSE 102

Intake- 40

3

48

22

36

Total

3

48

22

36

CSE 103

Intake- 38

8

45

27

36

Total

8

45

28

36

CSE 111

Intake- 39

3

56

13

40

Total

3

56

13

40

CSE 112

Intake- 39

2

53

46

50

Total

2

53

46

50

CSE 121

Intake- 38

8

49

31

41

Total

8

49

31

42

CSE 122

Intake- 38

8

43

31

37

Total

8

43

31

37

CSE 200

Intake- 35

7

45

25

35

Total

7

45

25

35

CSE 205

Intake- 36

3

54

39

47

Total

3

54

40

48

CSE 206

Intake- 36

3

42

35

38

Total

3

42

35

38

CSE 207

Intake- 35

7

50

26

41

Total

7

50

26

42

CSE 208

Intake- 35

7

44

26

37

Total

7

44

26

37

CSE 213

Intake- 37

3

39

30

33

Total

3

39

30

34

CSE 215

Intake- 35

7

45

24

36

Total

7

45

24

36

CSE 223

Intake- 35

7

70

30

43

Total

7

70

30

43

CSE 224

Intake- 35

7

57

28

39

Total

7

57

28

39

CSE 231

Intake- 37

3

52

34

41

Total

3

52

34

41

CSE 232

Intake- 37

3

44

31

36

Total

3

44

31

36

CSE 241

Intake- 36

4

45

14

31

Total

4

45

14

31

CSE 242

Intake- 36

3

42

27

35

Total

3

42

28

36

CSE 300

Intake- 33

2

10

1

6

Total

2

10

1

6

CSE 309

Intake- 33

2

44

38

41

Total

2

45

39

43

CSE 310

Intake- 33

2

36

35

36

Total

2

37

1

38

CSE 313

Intake- 33

2

38

30

34

Total

2

38

30

34

CSE 315

Intake- 34

2

28

21

25

Total

2

29

21

25

CSE 316

Intake- 34

2

25

21

23

Total

2

25

21

23

CSE 317

Intake- 34

2

27

23

25

Total

2

27

24

26

CSE 318

Intake- 34

2

25

22

24

Total

2

25

23

24

CSE 319

Intake- 32

6

46

11

34

Total

6

46

12

35

CSE 320

Intake- 32

6

46

11

33

Total

6

46

11

33

CSE 323

Intake- 33

2

40

34

37

Total

2

40

34

37

CSE 324

Intake- 33

2

33

32

33

Total

2

33

32

33

CSE 327

Intake- 33

2

40

35

38

Total

2

40

35

38

CSE 328

Intake- 33

2

36

35

38

Total

2

36

35

36

CSE 331

Intake- 34

2

49

22

36

Total

2

51

23

37

CSE 332

Intake- 34

2

30

21

26

Total

2

30

21

26

CSE 341

Intake- 31

2

32

28

30

Intake- 32

6

52

29

41

Total

6

72

29

52

CSE 342

Intake- 31

2

31

26

29

Intake- 32

6

51

29

41

Total

6

67

29

50

CSE 351

Intake- 32

6

47

26

37

Total

6

47

26

37

CSE 352

Intake- 32

6

47

26

37

Total

6

47

26

37

CSE 400

Intake- 31

2

52

15

34

Total

2

53

15

34

CSE 407

Intake- 30

3

47

15

28

Intake- 31

2

35

26

31

Total

3

58

42

49

CSE 417

Intake- 31

3

54

29

28

Total

3

55

29

29

CSE 418

Intake- 31

3

47

25

24

Total

3

47

25

25

CSE 431

Intake- 29

1

14

14

14

Total

1

14

14

14

CSE 435

Intake- 30

1

16

16

16

Total

1

18

18

18

CSE 439

Intake- 30

1

15

15

15

Total

1

16

16

16

CSE 440

Intake- 30

1

15

15

16

Total

1

16

16

17

CSE 445

Intake- 29

1

12

12

12

Total

1

12

12

12

CSE 446

Intake- 29

1

12

12

12

Total

1

12

12

12

CSE 451

Intake- 29

2

51

47

49

Total

2

51

47

49

CSE 453

Intake- 30

1

46

46

46

Total

1

46

46

46

CSE 457

Intake- 30

1

47

47

47

Total

1

47

47

47

CSE 458

Intake- 30

1

47

47

47

Total

1

47

47

47

CSE 463

Intake- 29

2

53

46

50

Total

2

53

46

50

CSE 464

Intake- 29

2

52

46

50

Total

2

52

46

50

CSE 465

Intake- 30

1

24

24

24

Total

1

24

24

24

CSE 467

Intake- 29

1

40

40

40

Total

1

40

40

40

CSE 475

Intake- 29

1

45

45

45

Total

1

45

45

45

CSE 476

Intake- 29

1

44

44

44

Total

1

44

44

44

CSE 477

Intake- 30

1

23

23

23

Total

1

23

23

23

CSE 478

Intake- 30

1

23

23

23

Total

1

23

23

23

CSE 498

Intake- 30

3

49

21

32

Intake- 31

2

24

20

22

Total

3

49

47

48

ECO 101

Intake- 38

8

43

31

36

Total

8

43

31

36

EEE 101

Intake- 39

3

54

35

47

Total

3

54

36

43

EEE 102

Intake- 39

2

46

35

42

Total

2

46

35

42

EEE 211

Intake- 37

3

45

35

40

Total

3

45

35

40

EEE 212

Intake- 37

3

32

26

30

Total

3

32

26

30

ENG 101

Intake- 40

3

45

21

35

Total

3

45

21

35

ENG 111

Intake- 39

2

48

41

45

Total

2

48

41

45

MAT 101

Intake- 40

3

58

35

46

Total

3

60

35

46

MAT 111

Intake- 39

3

47

25

36

Total

3

47

25

37

MAT 121

Intake- 38

8

43

25

35

Total

8

43

25

31

MAT 231

Intake- 36

3

40

35

37

Total

3

40

35

38

PHY 101

Intake- 40

3

55

28

43

Total

3

55

28

43

STA 231

Intake- 37

3

34

32

33

Total

3

34

32

33

 

Bangladesh University of Business & Technology (BUBT)

Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE)

Number of Registered Students - Course Wise [Shift: Evening]

Semester: Fall, 2018-19

Course Code

Intake

No. of Sec

Max

Class Size

Minimum Class Size

Average Class Size

ACT 201

Intake- 26

1

27

27

27

Total

1

27

27

27

CSE 100

Intake- 29

1

40

40

40

Total

1

42

42

42

CSE 101

Intake- 31

1

52

52

52

Total

1

52

52

52

CSE 102

Intake- 31

1

52

52

52

Total

1

52

52

52

CSE 103

Intake- 30

2

35

28

32

Total

2

35

28

32

CSE 111

Intake- 30

2

42

25

34

Total

2

42

25

34

CSE 112

Intake- 30

2

34

25

30

Total

2

34

25

30

CSE 121

Intake- 29

1

42

42

42

Total

1

45

45

45

CSE 122

Intake- 29

1

49

49

49

Total

1

51

51

51

CSE 200

Intake- 26

1

29

29

29

Total

1

31

31

31

CSE 205

Intake- 28

2

36

33

35

Total

2

36

33

35

CSE 206

Intake- 28

2

36

22

29

Total

2

36

22

29

CSE 207

Intake- 26

1

28

28

28

Total

1

28

28

28

CSE 208

Intake- 26

1

28

28

28

Total

1

29

29

29

CSE 209

Intake- 27

3

35

22

30

Total

3

36

22

31

CSE 213

Intake- 26

1

30

30

30

Total

1

31

31

31

CSE 215

Intake- 27

3

34

23

29

Total

3

35

23

29

CSE 223

Intake- 26

1

33

33

33

Total

1

35

35

35

CSE 224

Intake- 26

1

30

30

30

Total

1

32

32

32

CSE 231

Intake- 27

3

41

20

32

Total

3

41

22

33

CSE 232

Intake- 27

3

36

20

29

Total

3

36

22

29

CSE 241

Intake- 25

2

33

22

28

Total

2

33

22

28

CSE 242

Intake- 25

2

33

21

28

Total

2

33

21

28

CSE 300

Intake- 24

3

33

19

25

Total

3

34

19

25

CSE 309

Intake- 25

2

34

23

29

Total

2

35

23

30

CSE 310

Intake- 25

2

34

24

29

Total

2

35

24

30

CSE 313

Intake- 24

3

39

20

28

Total

3

39

20

28

CSE 315

Intake- 23

2

25

25

25

Total

2

25

25

25

CSE 316

Intake- 23

2

26

23

25

Total

2

26

23

25

CSE 317

Intake- 25

2

35

24

30

Total

2

35

24

30

CSE 318

Intake- 25

2

33

23

28

Total

2

33

23

28

CSE 319

Intake- 23

2

28

28

28

Total

2

28

28

28

CSE 320

Intake- 23

2

28

26

27

Total

2

28

26

27

CSE 323

Intake- 24

3

38

20

27

Total

3

38

20

27

CSE 324

Intake- 24

3

38

20

27

Total

3

38

20

27

CSE 327

Intake- 23

2

29

26

28

Total

2

29

26

28

CSE 328

Intake- 23

2

27

26

27

Total

2

27

26

27

CSE 331

Intake- 24

3

38

20

27

Total

3

40

20

28

CSE 332

Intake- 24

3

40

21

28

Total

3

45

22

30

CSE 341

Intake- 24

3

40

23

29

Total

3

40

23

29

CSE 342

Intake- 24

3

40

20

28

Total

3

41

20

28

CSE 351

Intake- 22

2

32

24

28

Total

2

32

24

28

CSE 352

Intake- 22

2

32

24

28

Total

2

32

24

28

CSE 407

Intake- 21

2

45

10

28

Total

2

45

10

28

CSE 417

Intake- 21

2

47

8

28

Intake- 22

2

32

24

28

Total

2

79

32

56

CSE 418

Intake- 21

2

48

8

28

Intake- 22

2

32

25

29

Total

2

80

33

57

CSE 425

Intake- 22

2

33

24

29

Total

2

33

24

29

CSE 426

Intake- 22

2

33

24

29

Total

2

33

24

29

CSE 435

Intake- 21

1

10

10

10

Total

1

12

12

12

CSE 439

Intake- 21

2

7

4

6

Total

2

7

4

6

CSE 440

Intake- 21

2

7

4

6

Total

2

8

4

6

CSE 453

Intake- 21

2

22

21

22

Total

2

22

22

22

CSE 457

Intake- 21

2

24

20

22

Total

2

24

20

22

CSE 458

Intake- 21

2

24

20

22

Total

2

24

20

22

CSE 467

Intake- 20

1

30

30

30

Total

1

30

30

30

CSE 477

Intake- 20

1

31

31

31

Total

1

31

31

31

CSE 478

Intake- 20

1

30

30

30

Total

1

30

30

30

CSE 498

Intake- 21

2

28

22

25

Intake- 22

2

31

24

28

Total

2

54

53

54

ECO 101

Intake- 28

2

37

27

32

Total

2

37

29

33

EEE 101

Intake- 29

1

44

2

46

Total

1

44

2

46

EEE 102

Intake- 29

1

41

2

43

Total

1

41

2

43

EEE 211

Intake- 28

3

35

9

23

Total

3

42

9

25

EEE 212

Intake- 28

2

36

23

30

Total

2

36

23

30

ENG 101

Intake- 31

1

59

59

59

Total

1

59

59

59

ENG 111

Intake- 30

2

37

32

35

Total

2

37

32

35

MAT 101

Intake- 31

1

56

56

56

Total

1

56

56

56

MAT 111

Intake- 30

2

39

25

32

Total

2

39

25

32

MAT 121

Intake- 29

1

45

45

45

Total

1

45

45

45

MAT 231

Intake- 27

3

30

21

26

Total

3

30

21

26

PHY 101

Intake- 31

1

53

53

53

Total

1

53

53

53

STA 231

Intake- 28

2

41

22

32

Total

2

41

22

32

 

Bangladesh University of Business & Technology (BUBT)

 

Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE)

 

Number of Registered Students - Course Wise [Shift: Day]

Semester: Spring 2019

 

Course Code

Intake

No. of Sec

Max

Class Size

Minimum Class Size

Average Class Size

ACT 201

Intake- 37

3

39

24

34

Total

3

39

24

34

CSE 100

Intake- 39

2

48

44

46

Total

2

49

44

47

CSE 101

Intake- 41

7

49

31

44

Total

7

49

31

44

CSE 102

Intake- 41

7

49

31

43

Total

7

49

31

43

CSE 103

Intake- 39

2

53

51

52

Total

2

53

51

35

CSE 111

Intake- 40

3

49

31

42

Total

3

49

31

42

CSE 112

Intake- 40

3

47

17

34

Total

3

47

17

34

CSE 121

Intake- 39

3

56

45

50

Total

3

56

45

50

CSE 122

Intake- 39

3

46

16

34

Total

3

46

17

34

CSE 200

 

Intake- 36

3

35

33

34

Total

3

35

33

34

CSE 205

Intake- 37

3

43

26

37

Total

3

43

26

37

CSE 206

Intake- 37

3

37

21

31

Total

3

37

22

31

CSE 207

Intake- 36

3

44

32

38

Total

3

44

32

38

CSE 209

Intake- 36

3

54

40

49

Total

3

55

42

50

CSE 213

Intake- 38

7

51

32

41

Total

7

51

32

41

CSE 215

 

Intake- 36

3

41

34

37

Total

3

41

35

37

CSE 223

Intake- 36

3

61

28

42

Total

3

61

28

43

CSE 224

Intake- 36

3

46

28

37

Total

3

46

29

38

CSE 232

Intake- 38

7

54

32

41

Total

7

54

32

41

CSE 241

Intake- 37

3

43

26

37

Total

3

43

26

37

CSE 242

Intake- 37

3

39

22

33

Total

3

39

22

34

CSE 300

 

Intake- 34

1

33

33

33

Total

1

33

33

33

CSE 310

Intake- 25

2

29

22

26

Total

2

29

24

27

CSE 313

 

Intake- 34

2

31

24

28

Total

7

43

26

36

CSE 316

Intake- 35

7

42

25

36

Total

7

42

25

36

CSE 318

Intake- 35

7

44

26

36

Total

7

44

26

36

CSE 319

Intake 33

2

42

34

38

Total

2

42

34

38

CSE 320

 

Intake- 33

2

37

32

35

Total

2

38

33

36

CSE 323

Intake- 34

2

30

24

27

Total

2

31

26

29

CSE 324

Intake- 34

1

43

43

43

Total

1

43

43

43

CSE 327

 

Intake- 34

1

49

49

49

Total

1

49

49

49

CSE 331

Intake- 35

7

50

25

40

Total

7

50

25

40

CSE 341

Intake- 33

2

37

35

36

Total

2

37

36

37

CSE 342

Intake- 33

2

39

34

37

Total

2

39

34

37

CSE 400

Intake- 32

5

45

38

43

Total

5

45

38

43

CSE 405

Intake- 32

5

48

38

45

Total

5

54

38

46

CSE 413

Intake- 31

2

23

20

22

Total

2

23

20

22

CSE 414

Intake- 31

2

22

21

22

Total

2

22

21

22

CSE 417

Intake- 32

5

49

38

45

Total

5

49

39

46

CSE 425

Intake- 32

5

57

46

51

Total

5

57

46

51

CSE 426

Intake- 32

5

58

44

48

Total

5

58

44

48

CSE 435

Intake- 31

1

17

17

17

Total

1

17

17

17

CSE 439

Intake- 31

1

17

17

17

Total

1

18

18

18

CSE 440

 

Intake- 31

1

17

17

17

Total

1

16

16

16

CSE 446

Intake- 30

1

16

16

16

Total

1

16

16

16

CSE 453

Intake- 31

1

29

29

29

Total

1

29

29

29

CSE 457

Intake- 31

1

29

29

29

Total

1

29

29

29

CSE 463

 

Intake- 30

1

47

47

47

Total

1

47

47

47

CSE 465

Intake- 31

1

15

15

15

Total

1

15

15

15

CSE 467

Intake- 30

1

23

23

23

Total

1

23

23

23

CSE 475

Intake- 30

1

30

30

30

Total

1

30

30

30

CSE 476

 

Intake- 30

1

22

22

22

Total

1

14

14

14

CSE 478

Intake- 31

1

14

14

14

Total

1

14

14

14

ECO 101

Intake- 39

2

50

50

50

Total

2

50

50

50

CSE 103

Intake- 40

3

49

17

38

Total

3

50

18

39

EEE 211

Intake- 38

7

47

31

40

Total

7

47

31

40

EEE 212

Intake- 38

7

41

30

38

Total

7

41

30

38

ENG 101

Intake- 41

7

48

27

42

Total

7

48

27

42

MAT 101

Intake- 41

7

56

31

45

Total

7

56

31

45

MAT 121

Intake- 39

2

51

45

48

Total

2

51

45

48

MAT 232

Intake- 37

3

46

37

42

Total

3

46

38

43

PHY 101

Intake- 41

7

49

30

45

Total

7

49

30

45

STA 231

Intake- 38

7

47

38

43

Total

7

47

38

43

 

Bangladesh University of Business & Technology (BUBT) 

Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) 

Number of Registered Students - Course Wise [Shift: Evening]

Semester: Spring, 2019

 

Course Code

Intake

No. of Sec

Max

Class Size

Minimum Class Size

Average Class Size

ACT 201

Intake- 27

3

32

24

29

Total

3

24

24

30

CSE 100

Intake- 30

2

30

25

28

Total

2

30

25

28

CSE 101

Intake- 32

2

49

22

36

Total

2

49

22

36

CSE 102

Intake- 32

2

48

22

35

Total

2

48

22

35

CSE 103

Intake- 31

1

50

50

50

Total

1

51

51

51

CSE 111

Intake- 31

1

51

51

51

Total

1

51

51

51

CSE 112

Intake- 31

2

26

21

24

Total

2

26

21

24

CSE 121

Intake- 30

2

33

25

29

Total

2

33

28

31

CSE 122

Intake- 30

2

30

25

28

Total

2

30

25

28

CSE 200

Intake- 27

3

31

20

27

Total

3

31

20

27

CSE 205

Intake- 29

1

52

52

52

Total

1

53

53

53

CSE 206

Intake- 29

1

41

41

41

Total

1

41

41

41

CSE 207

Intake- 27

3

36

21

31

Total

3

36

21

31

CSE 208

Intake- 27

3

32

20

28

Total

3

32

20

28

CSE 209

Intake- 28

2

39

24

32

Total

2

40

24

32

CSE 213

Intake- 27

3

32

24

29

Total

3

32

24

29

CSE 215

Intake- 28

2

33

28

31

Total

2

33

28

31

CSE 223

Intake- 27

3

46

20

33

Total

3

48

20

34

CSE 224

Intake- 27

3

33

20

28

Total

3

33

20

28

CSE 231

Intake- 28

2

33

26

30

Total

2

34

26

30

CSE 232

Intake- 28

2

35

23

29

Total

2

36

23

30

CSE 241

Intake- 26

1

32

32

32

Total

1

33

33

33

CSE 242

Intake- 26

1

25

25

25

Total

1

25

25

25

CSE 300

Intake- 25

1

34

34

34

Total

1

34

34

34

CSE 309

Intake- 26

1

27

27

27

Total

1

27

27

27

CSE 310

Intake- 26

1

27

27

27

Total

1

27

27

27

CSE 313

Intake- 25

2

35

27

31

Total

2

35

27

31

CSE 315

Intake- 24

2

45

39

42

Total

2

45

39

42

CSE 316

Intake- 24

2

45

39

42

Total

2

45

39

42

CSE 317

Intake- 26

1

34

34

34

Total

1

38

38

38

CSE 318

Intake- 26

1

31

31

31

Total

1

31

31

31

CSE 319

Intake- 24

2

45

40

43

Total

2

45

40

43

CSE 320

Intake- 24

2

44

38

41

Total

2

44

38

41

CSE 323

Intake- 25

2

35

24

30

Total

2

35

24

30

CSE 324

Intake- 25

2

35

24

30

 

Total

2

35

24

30

CSE 327

Intake- 24

2

46

38

42

Total

2

46

38

42

CSE 328

Intake- 24

2

45

38

42

Total

2

45

38

42

CSE 331

Intake- 25

2

40

24

32

Total

2

41

24

33

CSE 332

Intake- 25

2

41

25

33

Total

2

42

25

34

CSE 341

Intake- 25

2

36

29

33

Total

2

36

30

33

CSE 342

Intake- 25

2

35

25

30

Total

2

35

26

31

CSE 351

Intake- 23

2

27

24

26

Total

2

27

24

26

CSE 352

Intake- 23

2

26

25

26

Total

2

26

25

26

CSE 400

Intake- 23

2

27

23

25

Total

2

56

28

42

CSE 407

Intake- 22

2

32

24

28

Total

2

32

25

29

CSE 413

Intake- 22

2

32

24

28

Total

2

32

24

28

CSE 414

Intake- 22

2

32

24

28

Total

2

32

24

28

CSE 417

Intake- 23

2

31

28

30

Total

2

31

28

30

CSE 418

Intake- 23

2

27

26

27

Total

2

27

26

27

CSE 425

Intake- 23

2

27

24

26

Total

2

27

24

26

CSE 426

Intake- 23

2

27

23

25

Total

2

27

23

25

CSE 431

Intake- 21

1

11

11

11

Total

1

11

11

11

CSE 435

Intake- 22

1

24

24

24

Total

1

24

24

24

CSE 439

Intake- 22

1

24

24

24

Total

1

25

25

25

CSE 440

Intake- 22

1

24

24

24

Total

1

24

24

24

CSE 445

Intake- 21

1

11

11

11

Total

1

11

11

11

CSE 446

Intake- 21

1

11

11

11

Total

1

11

11

11

CSE 451

Intake- 21

1

44

44

44

Total

1

44

44

44

CSE 453

Intake- 22

1

32

32

32

Total

1

32

32

32

CSE 457

Intake- 22

1

32

32

32

 

Total

1

32

32

32

CSE 458

Intake- 22

1

32

32

32

Total

1

32

32

32

CSE 463

Intake- 21

1

44

44

44

Total

1

44

44

44

CSE 464

Intake- 21

1

44

44

44

Total

1

44

44

44

CSE 498

Intake- 23

2

27

22

25

Total

2

29

25

27

ECO 101

Intake- 29

1

42

42

42

Total

1

43

43

43

EEE 101

Intake- 30

2

33

27

30

Total

2

33

27

30

EEE 102

 

Intake- 30

2

30

25

28

Total

2

30

25

28

EEE 211

Intake- 29

1

51

51

51

Total

1

52

52

52

EEE 212

Intake- 29

1

43

43

43

Total

1

43

43

43

ENG 101

Intake- 32

2

49

26

38

Total

2

49

26

38

ENG 111

Intake- 31

2

52

19

36

Total

2

55

19

37

MAT 101

Intake- 32

2

48

26

37

Total

2

48

26

37

MAT 111

Intake- 31

1

54

54

54

Total

1

54

54

54

MAT 121

Intake- 30

2

37

31

34

Total

2

37

31

34

MAT 231

Intake- 28

2

33

17

25

Total

2

33

17

25

PHY 101

Intake- 32

2

49

23

36

Total

2

49

23

36

STA 231

Intake- 29

1

41

41

41

Total

1

41

41

41

Lab Facilities:

Our laboratories are big enough to ensure the availability of computers for every student. Internet facilities are always available so that students can find necessary documents and references immediately and access their data while learning. Specifications of the computers are up-to-date to meet the demands of current situations. We have a networking laboratory, a microprocessor laboratory, an Android development laboratory, and a robotics laboratory. Apart from these, 2 computer labs are always open for students for learning and sharing educational documents or looking up any kind of research material. Every lab is configured with the latest hardware and contain colored printers. Each lab is assigned with an IT attendant who is able to troubleshoot and assist with other computer-related issues students might be facing. Our university is currently working on expanding our existing field laboratory approach.

As practical knowledge is imperative to any educational program, we have a number of labs tailor made to a particular specialization with appropriate equipment, software and systems already present.         

 

SL. No

Name of The Laboratory 

Room

Number

01

Networking and Mobile System Lab

416

01

02

Data Management and Analysis Lab

417

01

03

Software Engineering and System Design Lab

418

01

04

Internet Technology and Web Programming Lab

419

01

05

Algorithm and Problem-Solving Lab

420

01

06

Artificial Intelligence and Computer Vision Lab

516 (B)

01

07

System Programming Lab

518

01

08

Creative Computing Lab

520

01

09

Digital Electronics Lab

302

01

10

Microprocessor & Robotics Lab

303

01

11

Architecture Lab

810

01

IT Services for Students:

The equipment required for the optimal functioning of each lab has been procured and are as follows:    

 

SL. No

Type of the equipment

Description

Remarks

01

ICT Cell

Yes

 

02

Total Number of computers for students

455

Active

03

Total Number of computers for Teachers

94

Active

05

Total Number of computers for Non-Academic Administrative

65

Active

06

Total Number of computers

614

Active

07

Network Connectivity

yes

Active

08

Total Bandwidth Using

100 Mbps

Active

09

Wi-Fi (Area covered in sq. ft.)

95000

Active

10

Virtual Laboratory

No

 

11

Total number Independent Cyber Center

No

 

12

Wi-Fi Device

18

Active

13

Cisco Switch 

11

Active

14

Router

01

Active

15

Microtik Router Board

02

Active

16

Server (1) DB Server (2) Application Server (3) ADC/PDC Server (4) Microtik Server (5) Print Server

05

Active

17

Normal Switch

20

Active

 

Club Facilities:

BUBT IT CLUB

BUBT IT CLUB started its munificent journey in April, 2011 with the aim of developing IT knowledge among the students of all disciplines. The main purpose of IT CLUB is to coherently distribute knowledge among those who are eager to learn technology. 

The main objectives of the club are as follows:

  1. i) To encourage students’ extra-curricular activities so that they could become more acknowledged and proficient about their expertise areas in academics as well as future professions.
  2. ii) To lead all events which are usually arranged by the Dept. of CSE.

iii) To integrate the students with the ICT industry.

To achieve these objectives, the club runs the following activities: Programming Contest; Programming Training Class; Programming Camp; Computer Skill Training and Literacy Program; Workshop and Seminar; Gamming Contest; Battle of Intelligence; CSE FIESTA.

BUBT IT CLUB also develops international relationships through organizing & facilitating international events like ACM International Programming Contest, Online video conference with renowned Bangladeshi IT Professionals from different parts of the world. The purposes of this club also are to promote an increased knowledge and interest in computer science, Information Technology and its applications, and to provide a means of communication between persons having interest in computer science & Information Technology.

 

Recent Activities of BUBT IT Club:

The recent activities of BUBT IT Club are discussed in this section.

  • BIUPC for Fall 2017-18

The main objective of this program is to increase programming knowledge among the students. Department of CSE and BUBT IT Club organized Intra Department Programming Contest for Fall 2017-18 on Wednesday, January 10, 2018. The contest was divided into two parts: Beginner [CSE Day 34-37 Intake, CSE Evening 25-28 intake] and Intermediate [CSE Day 30-33 Intake, CSE Evening 21-24 Intake].

  • Workshop on Alexa

Department of CSE, BUBT and BUBT IT Club organized a day long workshop entitled “Workshop on Alexa” on Thursday, December 21, 2017. Female students of CSE department participated in the workshop. The Keynote Speaker of the workshop was Ms. Aadria Bagchi. Prof. Dr. Ameer Ali, Chairman, Dept. of CSE, BUBT inaugurated the workshop. Prof. Santi Narayan Ghosh, Director, IQAC, BUBT was present in the workshop as Special Guest.

  • BUBT Participates in Digital World 2017

Students of BUBT participated in the ICT Festival ‘Digital World-2017’ with BUBT’s marvelous IT Stall at Bangabandhu International Conference Center. A Question Leak Prevention Software, created by the CSE students of BUBT was one of the best attractions in the exhibition. Prof. Md. Abu Saleh, Vice Chancellor of the University visited the stall. Later, students and faculty members of CSE Department attended a seminar on ‘Cyber Security: in Context of Bangladesh’, organized by the ICT Division of Bangladesh Govt. with the cooperation of BASIS and Bangladesh Computer Council (BCC) at the Green View-1 room of Bangabandhu International Conference Center (BICC). Prof. Dr. Shafique Ahmed Siddique, Convener, Academic Advisory Committee and Member, BUBT Trust was the Chief Guest at the Seminar. Prof. Md Abu Saleh, Vice-Chancellor, BUBT was the Special Guest and Prof. Dr. Ameer Ali, Chairman of the CSE Dept. of BUBT, was the Keynote Speaker at the seminar. Among others, Prof. Mian Lutfar Rahman, Proctor, BUBT, Deans of different faculties; Mr. Tanvir Hassan Zoha, IT Specialist, Mr. A H M Azmal Hossain, Joint Registrar, BUBT, Chairman of different departments, faculty members, students and officials were present at the seminar.

  • BIUPC for Summer 2017

Department of CSE and BUBT IT Club organized Intra Department Programming Contest for summer 2017 on Friday, November 03, 2017. The contest was divided into two parts: Beginner [CSE Day 33-36 Intake, CSE Evening 24-27 intake] and Intermediate [CSE Day 29-32 Intake, CSE Evening 20-23 Intake]. In the Beginner Level, 64 teams participated and in the Intermediate Level 21 teams participated.  

  • BACS-BUBT National Programming Camp-17

5 day long BACS-BUBT National Programming Camp 2017, organized by the Dept. of CSE, BUBT and BUBT IT Club, in association with Bangladesh Advance Computing Society (BACS), was arranged at the Permanent Campus of BUBT from October 04-08, 2017. Dr. M. Kaykobad, Professor, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) was present as the Chief Guest in the closing ceremony on Day-5 of the camp, while Mr. A F M Sarwar Kamal, Chairman, BUBT Trust and Md. Shakhwat Ahamed, Head of Marketing, PRAN Foods Ltd. graced the occasion as Special Guests.

Prominent writer & ICT expert Dr. Muhammad Zafar Iqbal and Prof. M Kaykobad visited the camp several times. Prof. Md. Abu Saleh, Vice Chancellor of BUBT, inaugurated the workshop and thanked participants for attending the Programming Camp. 249 students from 45 different public and private universities attended the Camp through a contest where approximately 1200 students competed to win the card.  Figure 2A.6 Appendix 2A shows the picture of the event

  • Training on Cyber Crime Investigation

A daylong training on “Cyber Crime Investigation Techniques for Bangladesh Police” organized by the Dept. of CSE and BUBT IT Club was held at its Permanent Campus on Saturday, September 16, 2017. Thirty-six Sub-Inspectors from seven police stations under Mirpur division including an Officer In-charge (OC) attended the training. Prof. Md. Abu Saleh, Vice Chancellor of BUBT, inaugurated the workshop and thanked Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) and all participants for attending the training. Mr. Tanvir Hassan Zoha, Cyber Crime Investigation expert and consultant of Crime Research and Analysis Foundation (CRAF), conducted the training as the Keynote Speaker. Mr. Zoha trained the participants about various techniques in his valuable presentation during the sessions to identify cyber criminals. Mr. Maksudul Islam, prominent IT expert also spoke at the training.

  • Seminar titled ‘Digital Bangladesh: Role of Youth’

A seminar titled ‘Digital Bangladesh: Role of Youth’ was held at BUBT permanent campus on Thursday, July 27, 2017. The seminar was organized by Dept. of CSE, BUBT and BUBT IT Club. The Chief Guest of this program was prominent scientific writer and ICT expert Professor Dr. Muhammad Zafar Iqbal. Prof. Dr. Shafique Ahmed Siddique was present as the Special Guest in the program. This seminar was presided over by the Vice Chancellor of BUBT, Prof. Md. Abu Saleh. Figure 2A.7 at Appendix 2A shows the picture of the seminar.

  • Workshop on Robotics for Beginners

Department of CSE, BUBT and IT Club arranged a workshop entitled “Robotics for Beginners” in the department on Saturday, July 8, 2017. Students of CSE department participated in the workshop. Prof. Ameer Ali, Chairman, Dept. of CSE, BUBT inaugurated the workshop. The speaker and instructor of the workshop was Mr. Estiak Siddiki (25th intake, Dept. of CSE, BUBT).

  • Other Activities

BUBT IT Club also arranged a workshop on Outsourcing on Wednesday, June 14, 2017, programming contest named “BIUPC Spring 2017” on Friday, May 05, 2017, Microsoft Technology Day BUBT 2017 on Saturday, April 08, 2017, Java Programming Camp for Female on December 20-21, 2016,workshop on “Moving PIXEL, Perfect TYPO” on Thursday, October 27, 2016, Seminar on Cyber Security and Awareness on Tuesday, October 18, 2016, BAPS-BUBT National Programming Camp on October 06-10, 2016.

  • Championship in Autonomous Robotics Challenge Competition

BUBT brought the honor for Bangladesh by being the Champion in the ‘Autonomous Robotics Challenge Competition’ in ‘Techkriti-2017’, the biggest tech-based competition of Asia held in Kanpur, India from March 23 to 26, 2017. ‘BRC_BRAVO’, a group consisting of five members from the department of EEE, BUBT has come out with the winning prize in that division of performing Autonomous Robot by defeating the students from India, Nepal, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Japan and Egypt. Another group from BUBT consisting of three members named ‘Team Foring’ participated in the competition. Two groups of BUBT secured the second and the third places in the events of Kanpur Tech Competition that was taken by Engineering Students Association of Bangladesh (ESAB). Bangladesh has been participating in this Tech Competitions from 2013 which is one of the best in Asia. The teams are being selected through several selection processes at the national level country-wise and the teams qualifying at the final level sent to the international competitions. This competition covers Techkriti Innovation Challenge, International Robots Got Talents, Embedded System and Elevator Pitch including other categories of Technology. The students from different public and private universities of Bangladesh participate in this competition every year.

  • Participation in Competitions by ‘BUBT Beginner’

Some students of Electrical and Electronic Engineering Department of BUBT forming different teams, participated in a Science and Technology Innovation Competition organized by Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology in February, 2017. Around 45 teams from different private and public universities participated in the event. The team ‘BUBT Beginner’ became champion in the Roborace segment of that event. 

 

BUBT Cultural CLUB

BUBT Cultural Club promotes student’s creativity and professionalism through a cultural framework by invigorating the cultural diversity and awareness; in connection with beholding the ideology of open mind to move beyond boundaries of own self.

The main objectives of this club are:

  1. To organize the various inter-departmental cultural competitions and central cultural programs in the University.
  2. To encourage the budding talents of the University and developing their creative skills.
  3. To develop and promote the rich diversity and uniqueness of various art.
  4. To upgrade and to enrich the consciousness of the people about their cultural heritage.

This club also helps to observe the national days solemnly with cultural events and to provide the right platform for students to showcase their talents. Another important objective of this club is to make special efforts to encourage the folk and tribal arts and to frame special programs for the preservation and strengthening of the vanishing art forms.

 

Recent Activities of Cultural Club:

The BUBT cultural club arranges different programs throughout the year in the campus. The recent activities of the club are discussed below.

  • Victory Day-2017

The Victory Day-2017 was observed at BUBT. Discussions and a cultural function were arranged on the occasion at the Hall Room of the University Permanent Campus. The Chief Guest was Freedom Fighter Major General (Retd.) Jamil D. Ahsan, BirProtik while Mr. A F M Sarwar Kamal, Chairman of BUBT Trust, Prof. Mian Lutfar Rahman, Proctor of BUBT and Chief Coordinator of the BUBT Extra Curricular Activities and Prof. Syed Anwarul Huq, Dean, Faculty of Arts & Humanities attended as Special Guests. Treasure of BUBT Professor Md. Enayet Hossain Miah presided over the program. Freedom Fighter Major General (Retd.) Jamil D. Ahsan, BirProtik delivered the Keynote Presentation on Liberation War and elaborated the steps of the War showing visual documents.

  • Historic Mujibnagar Day

On April 17, 2017 BUBT celebrated Historic Mujibnagar Day and the traditional Bengali Festival Pahela Baishakh with colorful programs including a discussion session, presentation of songs and dances, Baishakhi Mela and Nagordola in BUBT Campus. After the inauguration program the guests visited the Mela premises. Mr. Mahbub Uddin Ahmed, the Chief Guest of the program presented the whole scenario of our struggle for independence and the significance of Mujibnagar Day. A cultural program was presented containing various patriotic songs and dances and recitation of poems by the members of BUBT Cultural Club. There was also an arrangement of Traditional Baishakhi Mela and Nagordola on the campus.

  • 47th Independence and National Day

BUBT celebrated the 47th Independence and National Day-2017 of Bangladesh with various programs. BUBT arranged a discussion and cultural program in BUBT Campus Hall Room on March 29, 2017. The program started with the presentation of the national anthem. Mr. A K M Mozammel Haque MP, Hon’ble Minister, Ministry of Liberation War Affairs, Peoples’ Republic of Bangladesh was present as the Chief Guest. A cultural program was held containing patriotic songs, recitation of poems and dance performed by BUBT Cultural Club members.

BUBT celebrated 98th Birth Anniversary of the Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and the National Child Day-2017 with various programs. On that occasion, BUBT arranged a discussion and cultural program in BUBT Hall Room on March 18, 2017. A cultural program was presented with patriotic songs performed by the members of BUBT Cultural Club. The discussion and the cultural program started with the presentation of the national anthem. Mr. A F M Sarwar Kamal, Chairman of BUBT Trust was present as the Chief Guest, while Professor Md. Enayet Hossain Miah, Treasure of BUBT was the Special Guest and Prof. Md. Abu Saleh, Vice Chancellor of BUBT presided over the function. Figure 2A.10 at Appendix 2A shows the event observed at BUBT.

  • National Martyr Day and International Mother Language Day 2017

Cultural Club of Bangladesh University of Business and Technology organized National Martyr Day and International Mother Language Day 2017 on Tuesday, February 21, 2017 in the Hall Room (5th Floor), Permanent Campus. ‘Ekushey Padak’ awarded distinguished media person Prof. Dr. Enamul Haque was Chief Guest of this program. Figure 2A.11 at Appendix 2A shows the event observed at BUBT campus.

  • Annual Prize Giving Ceremony 2016

Cultural Club of Bangladesh University of Business and Technology organized Annual Prize Giving Ceremony 2016 on Monday, February 22, 2016 in the Campus Premises, Permanent Campus.

 

BUBT Sports Club

There are no alternatives to games and sports for maintaining a sound mind and sound soul. Sports play an important role in forming our body as well as soul through a lot of physical exercise. For university students, sports are a fundamental way to refresh mind. BUBT Sports Club was established in 2014 with an aim of creating opportunity of sporting environment for the students of BUBT. BUBT Sports Club is the umbrella organization for all sports activities in BUBT. It has a strong history and tradition in sports with current and ex-students at national level. It has a reputation of performing above expectations and approach on playing hard to win while treating our opponents with much respect within the rules.

BUBT Sports Club aims:

  1. To provide a relevant and sustainable sports service to the students of BUBT.
  2. To ensure sporting facilities through support and services.
  3. It believes that the structure, organization, and execution of BUBT Sports Club are primarily the responsibility of students, but BUBT provides supports with human, financial and dedicated resources.

This Sports club includes several sports example of Football, Cricket, Badminton, Basketball, Chess, Carom, Volleyball, Table tennis and some other indoor games. 

BUBT Sports Club also arranges BUBT Talent hunt in different fields of games and sports for the students, teachers, officers and staffs. This talent hunt is a very much exciting and awaiting program for BUBT as new and talented players come out through this.

The Club regularly arranges tours and programs for the students. Last year it arranged a refreshment tour in Cox’s Bazar. The club is always ready to take part in different social and other activities as instructed by BUBT authority.

Recent Activities of Sports Club:

Recent activities of sports club are given as below:

  • Champion Cricket Tournament Last Man Stands (LMS) Cricket League

The students of BUBT became the Champion in the university based amateur domestic Cricket Tournament Last Man Stands (LMS) Cricket League by defeating North South University (NSU) by 3 wickets, held in Banani 11 Cricket Ground, Dhaka on April 15, 2017. As the winning team BUBT got the prize money of Taka One Lac. Akram Dewan Nayeem from BUBT secured Man of the Final by scoring 32 runs and taking 2 wickets, while the captain of BUBT Team, Mahmud Hasan Chayan was selected as the best bowler.

  •  Participated in the Inter University Cricket Tournament held at Daffodil International University (DIU)

BUBT Cricket Team participated in the Inter University Cricket Tournament held at Daffodil International University (DIU) Campus at Ashulia for the first time and became one of semifinalists in the tournament.

  • Participated in the Clemon Indoor Uni Cricket-2017

BUBT Cricket Team participated in the Clemon Indoor Uni Cricket-2017 for the third time held at Mirpur Shaheed Sohrawardi Indoor Stadium which was by Gazi TV. In the group round, BUBT won two matches. 

 

BUBT Debating Club

The main purpose of the Debating Club is to represent BUBT in various national and international debate competitions/ events organized by other universities/ nongovernmental organization/ government institutions/ other debate societies etc. in Bangladesh or abroad.

The other objectives of this club are:

  1. i) To organize various debate competitions in BUBT for providing opportunities to new and existing debaters for their improvement,
  2. ii) To organize various workshops in BUBT for improving the skills necessary for the debaters, iii) To arrange various brainstorming opportunities for the debaters with the collaboration of different departments in BUBT,
  3. iv) To arrange seminars/ workshops/ conferences etc. on various national and international occasions / issues,
  4. v) To provide opportunities to debaters for various activities relating to social welfare.

BUBT Debate club arranges a weekly debate session in Bangla usually on Wednesday every week at 3.00 pm in Room No. 601 of Permanent Campus, BUBT. This club also arranges a weekly debate session in English usually on Sunday every week at 3.00 pm in Room no. 601 of permanent campus, BUBT. Some practice debate sessions before a team goes away to participate in any kind of competition is also practiced by BUBT debating club.

BUBT Debating Club also arranges some other events like:

  1. Workshops per semester for newly admitted students.
  2. Inter department debate championship every year
  3. Arranging special debate shows on different National Days and Occasions.

 

Recent Activities of Debating Club:

BUBT Debating Club arranges many programs which helps student to make themselves capable of making a good debater. The activities are:

  • Inter-Department Debate Competition

BUBT Debating Club arranged a 5 day long Inter-Department Debate Competition from 7th November and ended on 11th November, 2017. The final debate was held between the Department of English and the Department of CSE. The debaters argued on the topic, ‘The lack of quality education is the main reason for the increase of unemployment problem in the country’. Department of CSE won the Championship Trophy. On the first day, a workshop was arranged for the participating students. Around 200 students participated in the workshop. Among these students, 36 best performers were selected for forming teams of 11 departments of BUBT. Professor Dr. Shafique Ahmed Siddique, Convenor, Academic Advisory Committee of BUBT, spoke as the Chief Guest while Mr. Hassan Ahmed Chowdhury Kiron, Chairman, Debate for Democracy, conducted the session as the Keynote Speaker. He also acted as the Speaker of Mock Parliament session in the final debate competition. 

  • A Debate Competition on “International Migrants Day

BUBT Debate Team participated in a debate competition on “International Migrants Day Debate-2017” held at Bangabandhu International Conference Center (BICC). BUBT was declared joint winner in that competition. The Debate was organized by Debate for Democracy with the collaboration of Ministry of the Expatriate’s Welfare and Overseas Employment and Bangladesh Overseas Employment & Service Ltd. (BOESL). BUBT Debate team contested as the “opposition” while Prime University contested as the Government of the Mock Parliament. Mr. Hassan Ahmed Chowdhury Kiron, Chairman, Debate for Democracy, conducted the debate session as the Speaker of the Mock Parliament. Dr. Nomita Halder, NDC, Secretary in Charge, Ministry of Expatriate’s Welfare and Overseas Employment and Bangladesh Overseas Employment & Service Ltd. (BOESL) was also present as the Chairperson.

 

BUBT Rover Scout Group

Scouting or the Scout Movement is a movement that aims:

  1. To support young people in their physical, mental and spiritual development. that they may play constructive roles in society, with a strong focus on the outdoors and survival skills.
  2. To join such progressive movement, Bangladesh University of Business and Technology (BUBT) had started BUBT Rover Scout Group from the 2010. It is also mentioned that BUBT Rover Scout Group is the first private university in Bangladesh that had started scouting activities.

BUBT Rover Scout Group has two units for boys and one unit for girls scout. From the beginning of its journey, scouts of BUBT Rover Scout Group are performing their responsibilities and duties sincerely and honestly. Positive support from the University Authority made smoother the path of scouting within campus as well as outside of the campus.

The following activities are done by Rover Scout Group:

  1. BUBT Rover Scout Group arranges weekly crew meeting and purpose of this meeting is to create a well understanding among the member of group.
  2. It also arranges day camp for rovers. Investiture camp and ceremony is also arranged by BUBT Rover Scout Group.
  3. BUBT rover scout group is to scouts own. This club also creates a vigil for scouts.
  4. The important activity of this group is to provide help for new students to getting familiar within the campus. From this the new students get a new environment for communicating with each other.
  5. This group also provides help for organizing blood donation camp. Blood donation is an important issue. The students get encouraged through this group to donate blood.
  6. BUBT Rover Scout Group also performs disciplinary activities for all the programs arranged by the different clubs of the university and programs organized by the university.

BUBT Rover Scout Group is closely working with the social welfare club as well as takes active participation for any social activities.

Recent Activities of Rover Scout Group:

The following activities are done by rover scout group:

  • Training Program on “Fire Safety, Civil Defense and Primary Treatment”

Two day long essential training program on “Fire Safety, Civil Defense and Primary Treatment” was held at BUBT campus on Wednesday, February 01, 2017. The program was inaugurated in the Permanent Campus by the Registrar of BUBT Dr. Md. Harun-or-Rashid as the Chief Guest. The instructor of Bangladesh Fire Service and Civil Defense Training Complex Mr. Babul Chakraborty was also present in the ceremony. This training program on fire safety, treatment and civil defense was held at BUBT for the second time and it was jointly organized by BUBT and the Fire Service and Civil Defense Division. About forty people including employees and rover scouts from BUBT participated in the program.

  • Services to the Hajis at the Hajj Camp of 2017

Rover Scouts from BUBT provided services to the Hajis at the Hajj Camp of 2017. Hajj camp in 2017 was inaugurated by Hon’ble Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. Three Rover Scouts of BUBT served there for 5 days from 22nd July to 26th July. They worked for the welfare of Hajis and were appreciated for their services.

  • Blood Donation Camp

A Blood Donation Camp organized by Bangladesh Scouts Dhaka District Rover was held at City Heart Hospital on 24 November, 2017.  Rovers of different units of Dhaka district participated in it. Six Rovers of BUBT Rover Scout Group participated in the Blood Donation Camp. They also took part in an awareness campaign for blood donation and regular health check-up.

  • The Asia-Pacific Regional Scout Educational Forum 2017:

The Asia-Pacific Regional Scout Educational Forum 2017 organized by Bangladesh Scouts was held from December 9, 2017 to December 12, 2017 at Mouchak, National Scout Training Center. In this program 60 Scouts Officials and Rover Scouts from about 27 countries participated. Among them 10 Rover Scouts of Bangladesh got a chance to participate in that program. One of our students Fatema Tuz Zohora Eti was selected to participate in that program.

 

Community Services

Students of the department of CSE are encouraged to participate in community services by engaging in blood donation club, social welfare club etc. To combat national disasters these clubs takes initiatives by creating social awareness and fund raising.

The students of CSE participated in the following activities organized by central university authority and respective club:

  1. Winter cloth distribution among poor people.
  2. Distributing relief among flood affected people
  3. Donating money from salary to government food relief fund
  4. Donating Blood for needy and sick persons
  5. Donating money to cultural and heritage organizations.

Recent activities of the Community Services:

Different student organizations of BUBT jointly organized a relief distribution program among the flood affected people of remote villages in Kurigram’s Ulipur upazila. Relief goods including money, rice, oral saline, clothes, biscuits and medicines were distributed among flood affected families. Students and representatives from BUBT-Prothom Alo Bandhusava, Textile Club, English Club, Cultural Club, Photography Club, Business Club, Debating Club and IT Club participated in the relief distribution program led jointly by two teachers of BUBT.

 

Advising and Counseling:

CSE teachers at BUBT provide academic advising to the students. They help students with educational planning, course selection, degree completion. The faculty members also help with educational, personal, and career exploration and counseling.  They help students establish and achieve educational, career and personal goals based on a comprehensive assessment of their personalities, interests, skills, values and other resources. They work with students on goal setting, academic difficulty, test phobia, exploring majors and careers, personal issues and concerns, and much more. 

Students need guidance beyond the class-room to make them cope with the challenges in new environment and opportunities of university life. Proper academic guidance and counseling outside regular class-room lecture time is very effective in making the students focus on their studies and motivate them to explore the ever expanding frontiers of knowledge. The department of CSE in BUBT took several initiatives to give right guidance and counseling to the students.

The course teachers maintain extra counseling hours to guide students in contending with the regular academic challenges and coping with irregular university life challenges. The counseling hours usually equal the class lecture time for each course. Table shows a format of schedule for counseling hours.

 

Cafeteria

BUBT has a cafeteria on the 5th floor that is open to students during all working hours of the university, where light snacks and lunch items are available.

 

IT Services for Students:

The equipment required for the optimal functioning of each lab has been procured and are as follows:    

 

SL. No

Type of the equipment

Description

Remarks

01

ICT Cell

Yes

 

02

Total Number of computers for students

455

Active

03

Total Number of computers for Teachers

94

Active

05

Total Number of computers for Non-Academic Administrative

65

Active

06

Total Number of computers

614

Active

07

Network Connectivity

yes

Active

08

Total Bandwidth Using

100 Mbps

Active

09

Wi-Fi (Area covered in sq. ft.)

95000

Active

10

Virtual Laboratory

No

 

11

Total number Independent Cyber Center

No

 

12

Wi-Fi Device

18

Active

13

Cisco Switch 

11

Active

14

Router

01

Active

15

Microtik Router Board

02

Active

16

Server (1) DB Server (2) Application Server (3) ADC/PDC Server (4) Microtik Server (5) Print Server

05

Active

17

Normal Switch

20

Active

 

Library:

The library contains almost 25000 books, different journals, literatures and necessary documents. It is equipped with necessary facilities like tables, chairs and air conditioning. Books are grouped by categories so that one can easily find a book from the shelf. Along with that, we have a library management system software that helps to keep track of the books; the availability, the author, subject matter, etc. Other than academic textbooks, our current library has novels and story books from renowned writers, both in translated and original language copies. We believe that students have a lot to learn from fiction novels instead of just academic studies. We are working on producing a digital library to keep up with the current technological needs of students.

Space and Hours of Operation

There are two spacious libraries located at either campus. The total areas for each have been

provided below:

Permanent Campus

2096 sq. ft.

Campus-02

5678 sq. ft.

Total

7774 sq. ft.

 

Library Resources (Books, Technical Journals, Proceedings, etc.):

The libraries are well-stocked with a myriad of different books, academic and technical journals

among other publications.      

 

 

Category

No. of titles

No. of copies (if applicable)

Books (hard copy)

 

25591

Journals (hard copy)

 

2040

Proceedings (hard copy)

 

150

Proceedings (electronic)

 

150

 

Modernization of the Library

Already implemented KOHA-Library Management System. It makes all the library activities/operations smoother and faster. Student can search from the online database, issue books, return and renew them.

Library web address: http://103.15.140.180:8000/cgi-bin/koha/pages.pl?p=aboutus

 

 

 

BUBT

Bangladesh University of Business and Technology

Rupnagar R/A, Mirpur-2, Dhaka-1216, Bangladesh
Phone: 01967169189, 01845734337, 01680050630,
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Email: info@bubt.edu.bd