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‘I figured out how to bring in a critical change in the education system of this university’

  • Published at 11:06 pm January 25th, 2019
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Textile engineering is an extremely forthcoming field of instruction in our nation. Sectors involved with jute, textile, and RMG are likewise, the most critical ones for creating work opportunity and increasing the standard of living of Bangladeshis

On December 22, 2010, Bangladesh University of Textiles started its journey after the College of Textile Technology was redesigned. The university has progressed to such an extent that, the VC believes he will be able to provide a global standard level education system and infrastructure. 

In today’s market, where fresh graduates have less scope of getting a good job, vice chancellor of Bangladesh University of Textile, Professor Engr Mashud Ahmed can gladly say that there’s no chance that students of his university will remain jobless.

"Despite the fact that there is a safe occupation showcase for our graduates, I figured out how to bring in a critical change in the education system of this university. Particularly, I emphasize more on a multipurpose education framework. I made the faculty members and students realize that we must think out of the box of having a secured job market and bring diversity to our work. Accordingly, students of this university are establishing their stand at various policy-making levels, including BCS,” said Professor Engr Mashud Ahmed, vice chancellor, Bangladesh University of Textile.

The university was kept running with no organogram for four years after its commencement. However, when the current VC took control, he figured out how to get it. He believes that the greatest accomplishment so far is getting the endorsement of a full organogram for the university from the government. 

The curricula were formulated in a short span of time and had not been updated for a long period of time. At the point when Professor Engr Mashud Ahmed assumed control on February 10, 2015, he found a way to refresh it and made it time-profiting. Even the academic curricula and prospectus of its six subsidiary colleges were made based on this idea. 

Milestone accomplishments have also been made in numerous different parts, of the university, yet the VC states, “We have come far, but yet to reach our desired destination, because our dream is to reach for the sky, and we just learned how to fly.”