MTB Foundation and Buet provide student scholarships

Business Desk : dhakamirror.com The Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (Buet) and the Mutual Trust Bank (MTB) Foundation recently held a “Saifuddin Ahmed Chowdhury Memorial Scholarship” program at the Buet academic council bhaban in Dhaka. The programme aims to provide funds on a monthly basis to 33 students of 12 departments, said a press … Read more

Poly Cable to pay Tk 50 lakh to BUET

A memorandum of understanding was signed between Bangladesh University of Engineering and Poly Cable Industries Limited at the university’s council building on Wednesday.
According to the MoU, ‘The development of smart fast charger and virtual testing platform for electric vehicle batteries’ research project run by BUET’s Department of

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BUET, GPH sign deal on research

Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology and GPH Ispat Limited signed a memorandum of understanding at the university council building on Tuesday.
BUET vice-chancellor Satya Prasad Majumder presided over by the ceremony while Mohammad Shahidullah Khandaker, secretary of the Ministry of Housing and Public Works was

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Berger awards aspiring young architects

Berger Paints Bangladesh Ltd (BPBL) in collaboration with the department of architecture at Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (Buet) virtually organised the Berger Award Programme for students of Architecture BUET (BASAB) recently.
A total of 22 awardees from the 2016-2017 and 2017-2018 sessions were

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Buet team wins Saarc programming contest

The students of Buet bagged the winning trophy at the Third Quazi Azher Ali SAARC Programming Contest-2012 held in the capital on Saturday.
Buet’s “Choker” became the champion team while Dhaka University’s “Angry Birds” and Buet’s “Merry Enzam” became the runner-up and second runner-up teams respectively in

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Academic activities in BUET resume finally

Teachers adamant about removal of vice-chancellor
The students the Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, after a long and unexpected closure of 65 days, thronged the campus in the morning to attend classes, undergo tests and work in laboratories on Saturday. Academic activities in BUET have been disrupted since April 7 as the teachers and students have been rallying for the removal of the vice-chancellor,

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BUET pro-VC removed

Students wait for teachers’ call to return to classrooms
The government on Sunday removed the pro-vice-chancellor of Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology in the face of protests the teachers and students have held since April with breaks.
The education minister in a circular said that Habibur Rahman had been removed as pro-vice-chancellor in keeping with what the education minister told the students at meetings

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PM flays Buet agitators

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday censured a section of Buet teachers and students for their “perverted” protest and warned them not to repeat such incident on the campus.
“What a disgusting kind of agitation! A boy collected blood from a girl’s body and poured it on the floor. I don’t understand, how such a perverted idea came to their minds and

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BUET stalemate

Students want minister to keep promises first
BUET students rallying for the removal of the university vice-chancellor and the pro-vice-chancellor on Friday said that they would get back to classrooms once
the education minister removed the pro-vice-chancellor and withdrew the cases filed against students and teachers and reshuffled the administration as

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Buet crisis yet to end

Agitating students’ decision on going back to classes by today or tomorrow
Receiving assurance from the education minister of a friendly environment, agitating students of Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (Buet) held a meeting yesterday to decide whether to return to classes. The decision would be announced today or tomorrow at a press conference, the students said.
“We are taking it positively,” said one of the students’ representatives who met

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BUET crisis lingers

Students rigid in their demand for removal of VC
The situation in the Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology took a turn for the worse due to the rigid stance adopted by anti-vice chancellor students and top administrative figures of the university.
Agitating BUET students were uncompromising in their demand for the removal of the vice-chancellor and pro-vice-chancellor on Tuesday, and demanded that the education minister come to

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BUET Pro-VC to resign, decision on VC later

Steps taken as edn minister holds crisis management meeting
Pro-vice-chancellor of Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology Habibur Rahman will be removed and cases filed against BUET teachers and students withdrawn as steps to resolve the protracted crisis in the university.
Education minister Nurul Islam Nahid announced the decision to reporters at 1:15am

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BUET protests on

Resignation deadline extended
BUET students on Sunday continued holding protests, giving the vice-chancellor and the pro-vice-chancellor a fresh deadline of 11:00am today to resign.
Activists of the disbanded university unit of the Chhatra League, the ruling Awami League-backed student organisation, meanwhile on the day, faced off the students, who were rallying for the removal

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BUET stalemate takes new turn

No classes held after Eid holidays; now students prepare to stage demo for removal of VC and pro-VC
The deadlock at Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (Buet) appears to deepen further as the students resume demonstration today demanding removal of the vice chancellor and his deputy.
Meanwhile, even though the Buet authorities insist the teachers to return to the classes, the latter stand rigid to their demand for removal of the duo. They think it is the only solution to the

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No end to BUET stand-off

No classes taken on first working day
No classes were held on Saturday at the Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology although the university opened after a 44-day vacation.
The campus was almost empty and only a few students were found gossiping, mostly in the BUET’s cafeteria, and wandering here and there on the campus for the teachers did not take any

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Uncertainty lurks as BUET reopens today

The Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology will reopen today ending a 44-day holiday of summer, Ramadan and Eid-ul-Fitr.
The holiday, from July 11 to August 24, was announced amid a protest by its teachers’ association demanding the resignation of its vice-chancellor SM Nazrul Islam and the pro vice-chancellor

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Admission seekers left in uncertainty

Buet, Medical Colleges
Admission seekers left in uncertainty
Although the admission process for honours courses in all the major public universities is already underway, uncertainty plagues thousands of students willing to enrol for Buet and medical colleges.
Over the years public medical colleges and Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (Buet) remained the most sought-after institutions by the students. Admission to these

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