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RUET orients its newly admitted students

Campus 2022-03-03, 6:27pm


RUET has oriented its newly-admitted students for the 2020-2021 academic session Thursday.

Rajshahi University of Engineering and Technology (RUET) has oriented its newly-admitted students for the 2020-2021 academic session ahead of their classes beginning. 

The RUET authority held orientation for the students of different departments under the Faculty of Electrical and Computer Science Engineering (ECSE), followed by the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering (ME) and Civil Engineering (CE) held at the central Auditorium Thursday.

Registrar Professor Selim Hossain told BSS that classes of every department will start on March 5 according to the scheduled routine simultaneously.

 All the students have been asked to attend after seeing their respective routine with own responsibility.

Prof Hossain also said studentship of the students who will be found absent

in 10 days at a stretch will be cancelled.

Vice-chancellor (VC) Prof Rafqul Islam Sheikh, ECSE Faculty Dean Prof Nazrul Islam Mondal, ME Faculty Dean Prof Imdadul Haque, CE Faculty Dean Prof Niamul

Bari and Dean of the Applied Science and Human Faculty Prof Sazzad Hossain addressed the orientations with Students Welfare Director Prof Rabiul Awal in

the chair.

Prof Rafque Sheikh urged the new students to acquire knowledge properly to serve the society and the nation as well.

He said the students have enormous scope of becoming skilled human resources after the best uses of the RUET's existing resources and facilities.

Prof Sheikh added that the present government of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has attached priority to the technical education for bolstering the country's economy and asked the students to supplement the government endeavor wholeheartedly.