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<p>Bangladesh Agricultural University (BAU) is the premier seat of higher agricultural education and research in the country. The main task of the university is to tone up the quality and standard of higher agricultural education and to produce first-rate agriculturists, agricultural scientists and researchers for shouldering the responsibilities of agricultural development of the country. The missions of university have been to develop the art and science of agriculture for the well being of mankind, and to educate agriculturists of high standards of scientific, managerial and professional competence in harmony with the environment, and to share knowledge and skills with world partners.<span id="pastemarkerend">&nbsp;</span></p>

Address: Mymensing-2202, The campus, with an area of about 1200 acres is located in scenic rural surroundings on the western bank of the old Brahmaputra River, 5 km south from Mymensingh Railway Station and 120 km north from Dhaka, the capital city of Bangladesh. It also houses two national research institutes, namely, Bangladesh Institute of Nuclear Agriculture (BINA) and Bangladesh Fisheries Research Institute (BFRI).

Telephone: +88-091-66016-18, 62472, 65177, 65188, 65199, 67401-06

Fax: +88-091-67407, 61510

Email: webmaster@bau.edu.bd

Website: www.Bau.edu.bd


<p>Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, abbreviated as BUET, is one of the most prestigious institutions for higher studies in the country. About 5500 students are pursuing undergraduate and postgraduate studies in engineering, architecture, planning and science in this institution. At present, BUET has sixteen teaching departments under five faculties and it has three institutes. Every year the intake of undergraduate students is around 900, while the intake of graduate students in Masters and PhD programs is around 1000. A total of about five hundred teachers are teaching in these departments and institutes. There are additional teaching posts like Dr. Rashid Professor, Professor Emeritus and Supernumerary Professors.<span id="pastemarkerend">&nbsp;</span></p>

Address: Gulahan, Dhaka

Telephone: 9665650-56, 8616833-38, 8614640-44, 8618344-49

Fax: +88-02-8613046

Email: librarian@library, regtr@regtr

Website: www.Buet.ac.bd


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<span style="color: #000000;"><strong><span style="Arial&quot;,&quot;sans-serif&quot;;">The University of Chittagong </span></strong><span style="Arial&quot;,&quot;sans-serif&quot;;">is<strong> </strong></span><span style="Arial&quot;,&quot;sans-serif&quot;;">situated on 1,754 acres of beautiful hilly land in mauja Fatehpur under hathazari upazila, 22 km north of chittagong city. It was opened on 18 November 1966. Back in 1962, Mr. Mohammad Ferdaus Khan, Deputy Director of Public Instruction of East Pakistan, prepared a preliminary draft plan of Chittagong University. Prior to that the Chittagong University<span id="pastemarkerend">&nbsp;</span></span></span><br>

Address: Chittagong-4331

Telephone: +88-031-682031, 714923, 716552-58, 726311-4

Fax: +88-031-726310

Email: pankaj@ns1.cu.ac.bd, mojnucu@yahoo.com

Website: www.cu.ac.bd


<p>On the first day of July 1921 the University of Dhaka opened its doors to students with Sir P.J. Hartog as the first Vice-Chancellor of the University. The University was set up in a picturesque part of the city known as Ramna on 600 acres of land.<span id="pastemarkerend">&nbsp;</span></p>

Address: Shahbag, Dhaka

Telephone: (880)-2-8614150, 880-2-8618383

Fax: (880)-2-8615583

Email: registrar@du.ac.bd, vcoffice@du.ac.bd

Website: http://www.du.ac.bd


<p>The university was established in 1970 by the government of Pakistan by the Jahangirnagar Muslim University Ordinance, 1970. During the first two years, it operated as a project. Its first Vice-Chancellor, Professor Mafiz Uddin Ahmad (Ph.D in Chemistry, University of Illinois, Chicago) took up office on September 24, 1970. The first group of students, a total of 150, was enrolled in four departments: Economics, Geography, Mathematics and Statistics. Its formal inauguration was delayed until January 12, 1971, when the university was launched by Rear Admiral S. M. Ahsan, the Chancellor.<span id="pastemarkerend">&nbsp;</span></p>

Address: Saver, Dhaka

Telephone: 7791045-51

Fax: 7791052

Email: regist@juniv.edu

Website: www.juniv.edu


<p>Jahangirnagar University was formally launched on 12 January 1970<sup> </sup>under the Jahangirnagar Muslim University Ordinance, 1970 and this days is observed as <i>University Day</i>. At the time of starting, its name was <i>Jahangirnagar Muslim University</i>, and the initial plan was to operate this university as like as Aligarh Muslim University. But after the independence of Bangladesh, its name changed as <i>Jahangirnagar University</i> under the act of <i>Jahangirnagar University Act' 1973</i>.<span id="pastemarkerend">&nbsp;</span></p>

Address: Saver. Dhaka

Telephone: 7791045-51

Fax: 7791052

Email: regist@juniv.edu

Website: www.juniv.edu


<p style=" text-align: justify" align="justify"><span style="color: #000000;"><b><span style="color: #696969">U</span></b></span><span style="color: #000000;"><span style="color: #696969">niversity of Rajshahi is one of the largest Universities in the country and the largest in the northern region of Bangladesh. After its foundation on July 6, 1953, the university has passed 60 years providing higher education and research<span style="color: #696969">. The university is located at the green premises of Motihar which is very close to the mighty river Padma and seven km. east from the Rajshahi City Center.</span></span></span></p> <p id="contentright" align="justify"> </p> <p align="justify"> </p> <div align="justify"><span id="pastemarkerend"></span><br> </div>

Address: Rajshahi, Kajla, Benodpur

Telephone: 0721-711104, 711170,750169

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Email: webmaster@ru.ac.bd, vc@ru.ac.bd

Website: http://www.ru.ac.bd

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