University of Rajshahi
Rajshahi University, also known as Rajshahi University or RU is a public co-educational research university in Bangladesh located near the northern Bangladeshi town of Rajshahi on a 305 hectare (753 acre) campus in Motihar, at 3 kilometers (2 mi) east of downtown Rajshahi. It is the second largest, in terms of academic activities, and also the second oldest university in Bangladesh. The 60 departments of the university are organized into ten faculties. It is considered to be one of the best research universities in Bangladesh. Researchers at this university have recently put in considerable effort and played a key role in the return of muslin fiber from Bangladesh. He has a tremendous alumni base in Bangladesh and abroad. Due to its beautiful, leafy and well-appointed campus, university atmosphere and traditional inclination for outdoor sports, it is commonly referred to as the Cambridge of the East. The university's 58 departments are organized into 10 faculties : Letters, Law, Sciences, Medicine, Business Studies, Social Sciences, Life and Earth Sciences, Fine Arts and Agriculture. The Faculties of Arts and Law are the oldest, both established in 1953, closely followed by the Faculty of Science (1956) and the Faculty of Engineering (established in 2009). The departments of the university represent traditional studies in the arts, business, science and engineering through programs such as English, History, Languages and Linguistics, Economics, Business Studies , mathematics, applied mathematics (2002 est.), physics, computer science and engineering, chemistry, statistics, geology and mining, geography, psychology, zoology, botany, etc. The university places an increasing emphasis on more specialized programs such as pharmacy, biochemistry, information and communication engineering (ICE) (2000 est.), Genetics and breeding (est. 1996).
H.EProf. M. Abdus Sobhan