University of Rajshahi

Rajshahi University
রাজশাহী বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়
Type Public
Established March 31, 1953
Chancellor Abdul Hamid
Vice-Chancellor Muhammad Mizanuddin [1]
Pro Vice Chancellor Prof Chowdhury Sarwar Jahan [1]
Academic staff
Administrative staff
Students 26,000 (approximately)[2]
Address Motihar, Rajshahi, Rajshahi, Bangladesh
24°22′12″N 88°38′13″E / 24.370°N 88.637°E / 24.370; 88.637Coordinates: 24°22′12″N 88°38′13″E / 24.370°N 88.637°E / 24.370; 88.637
Campus Urban, 753 acres (3 km2)

রাজশাহী বিশ্ববিদ্যালয় or Rajshahi University (Bengali: রাজশাহী বিশ্ববিদ্যালয় Raajshaahi Bish-shobid-daloy) is a public university located in Rajshahi, a city in north-western Bangladesh. University of Rajshahi was established in 1953, the second university to be established in what was then East Pakistan.

The university's 58 departments are organized into nine faculties. Rajshahi University is located in a 753 acres (3 km2) campus in Motihar, 3 kilometres (2 mi) from the Rajshahi city center. With 25,000 students and close to 1000 academic staff, it is one of the largest universities in Bangladesh.[3] In addition to hosting programs in the Engineering, arts, sciences, agriculture, social sciences, business studies and medical sciences, the university houses a number of institutes of higher studies. This is the premier university in Bangladesh to have online subscription of world-renowned journals.


Zuberi Guest house is named after the university's first vice-chancellor
The description on the memorial says,"Rajshahi University: Those who were martyred during the Liberation war".

The first proposal to establish a university came in 1917, when Calcutta University created the Sadler Commission to assess the university system in Bengal. However, the recommendations of the report had no immediate consequences.

Following the Partition of India in 1947, what is now Bangladesh became East Pakistan. University of Dhaka, established in 1921, was the only university in East Pakistan at the time. Demand for a university in the northern part of East Pakistan gained momentum when two universities were established in West Pakistan without the establishment of any in the east. Students of Rajshahi College were at the forefront of the movement demanding a new university.[4] Finally, Rajshahi was selected as the home for the second university in East Pakistan and the Rajshahi University Act of 1953 (East Bengal Act XV of 1953) was passed by the East Pakistan provincial Assembly on 31 March 1953.[5] Itrat Hossain Zuberi, the Principal of Rajshahi College was appointed the first Vice-Chancellor of the university. Initially, the university was housed in temporary locations, such as the local Circuit House and Bara Kuthi, an 18th-century Dutch establishment. B B Hindu Academy, a local school, housed the library, teachers' lounge and the medical centre of the university. The university started out with 20 professors, 161 students (of which 5 were female) and six departments—Bengali, English, History, Law, Philosophy and Economics. In 1964, the offices moved to the permanent campus.

The 1960s was a turbulent period in the history of Bangladesh, when demands for East Pakistani autonomy became stronger. The students and staff of the university started playing an increasing role in politics during this period. On 18 February 1969, Shamsuzzoha, a professor of the university was killed by the police when he tried to prevent them from shooting student demonstrators.[6] This date is now commemorated as Zoha Day.[7] During the Bangladesh Liberation War of 1971, the university campus was used as a base by the Pakistan Army. A number of professors, students and officers of the university were killed by the Pakistan army during this period.

After independence, a new act regarding the administration of the university came into being—the Rajshahi University Act of 1973. The post-independence years saw the university grow steadily in student enrollment and size of the academic staff. However, the 1980s were turbulent years for the university, as the students agitated with other institutions of the country against the military rule of Hossain Muhammad Ershad. Since early 1990s, the university have seen relative calm and lowering of session backlogs, though active student politics remains a contentious issue to date.


The current emblem of the university was also selected. The circle of the emblem represents the world. An open book is shown in red and gold, red representing one of the colors of the national flag, and gold the value of education. The body of the book is blue, the color of the sky, and at the centre is a shapla flower (Nymphaeaceae), the national flower of Bangladesh.


Main campus

The administrative building dominates the main entrance to the university
Shabash Bangladesh commemorates the Bangladesh Liberation War
The Shaheed Minar is perhaps the most well known landmark in the University

The university's main campus is located in Motihar, on the eastern side of the city of Rajshahi and a mile from the river Padma.[5] The campus area is nearly 753 acres (3.05 km2). Access to the walled-off university campus is controlled through three security gates. The campus houses eleven large academic buildings—five for the arts, business studies and social sciences, four for the sciences and two for agricultural studies.

The central part of the university, accessible by the main gate, is dominated by the administrative building, where the offices of the Vice-Chancellor and other officials are located. This is flanked by the senate building and the residence of the Vice-Chancellor on one side (also featuring the famous Shabash Bangladesh sculpture) and the university mosque and Shaheed Minar complex on the other.[8] Behind the administrative building is the central library, around which the four science buildings and three main arts buildings are located. The science buildings are named numerically as the "First Science Building" and so on. The arts buildings are named respectively after Muhammad Shahidullah, Momtazuddin Ahmed and Rabindranath Tagore. More towards the east lie the stadium, the new teacher-student centre and the main auditorium.

The Kazla gate provides access to the south-western part of the campus. The Juberi international guest-house, Rajshahi University School and the main residential facilities for the academic staff and university officers are located here.[8] Near the residential areas are all five dorms (known as residential halls) for female students. The eastern part of the campus houses the Institute of Bangladesh Studies,[9] the medical and sports facilities and more residential facilities for the university staff—but is dominated by the eleven large dormitories for male students. From the Binodpur gate, the residential halls named after Nawab Abdul Latif, Shamsuzzoha and Madarbux are located to the north, while Sher-e-Bangla hall and the oldest dorm Motihar Hall[10] lie to the west.[11] The second largest mass graves in Bangladesh from the 1971 war era is located behind Shamsuzzoha Hall.[12]

The campus contains a quite a few mango orchards. The Rajshahi area is regarded as one of the best mangoe producing areas in the country,[13] and these orchards are leased out to professional farmers during the summer, when the fruits grow. The campus also reflects the region's silk industry, fields of mulberry trees are to be seen in the campus, both for agricultural and research needs. The northern part of the campus houses a botanical garden, which has a good collection of rare plants.

Other facilities

Varendra Museum is the oldest in the nation and an important resource for the university

A few miles from the main campus is the Varendra Research Museum,[14] one of the richest repertory of Bengal sculptures in the world.[15] Established in 1910 by Ramaprasad Chanda, the museum became a part of the university in 1960s when a financial crisis threatened its existence. Under the university, the museum has thrived, adding an folklore gallery to its impressive collection from ancient and medieval Bengal.[14] The Bara Kuthi, where the university was established is also still under university control, and is located on the Padma not too far away from Varendra Museum. The university has an agricultural facility few miles from the main campus. Rajshahi University maintains other facilities across the country including a guesthouse in the capital city, Dhaka.


University of Rajshahi is home to many architectural and artistic landmarks, which area is about almost 304 hectors. The Shaheed Minar is an important example, complete with a mural designed by Murtaza Bashir. The Senate House is a modern mini-parliament house, has 206 rooms and fully air-condHitioned, usually used for meetings of the senate of the university, but it also accommodates national and international conferences, seminars and symposiam. In front of the Senate House is Shabash Bangladesh, one of the largest war memorial sculptures in the nation; designed and constructed by Nitun Kundu.[16] The name comes from a poem by Sukanta Bhattacharya of the same name, the last four lines of which is engraved under the structure. Golden Jubilee Tower, a 2003 addition to the university's array of sculptures, commemorates the university's 50th anniversary. It can easily found just right beside the main gate. It has also an open theater and two beautiful murals. Other well-known buildings include the library and the university mosque. The Department of Fine Arts hosts a sizable collection of contemporary art, while Varendra Museum has a large collection of ancient and medieval art.[17]

Organization and administration

The university is run according to the Rajshahi University Act of 1973.[18] The act, passed in 1973, allows the university considerably more autonomy than most other peer institutions. The president of Bangladesh is the de facto Chancellor of the university, but his role is mainly ceremonial. The highest official after the Chancellor is the Vice-Chancellor, selected by the senate of the university every four years. The Vice-Chancellor, as of 2016, is Professor Muhammad Mizanuddin. Other important officers of the university include the Pro Vice Chancellor, the registrar, the controller of examinations and the proctor.[18] The proctor is in direct charge of student activities and is the official with most direct contact with the students. The most important statutory bodies of the university are the senate, the academic council and the syndicate.[18] As a public institution, most of Rajshahi University's funding comes from the government. The University Grants Commission (UGC) is the body responsible for allocating funds to all public universities.

Students are admitted after they pass the Higher Secondary Exam (HSC exam). In earlier days students partake in entrance examinations, a separate one for each department. But now students need to partake under unit of different faculty.[19] This has been a contentious issue,[20] as there used to be only one exam for each faculty, after which students would be allocated to departments according to their result and choice of program. As a public university, University of Rajshahi's tuition fees are relatively low; nevertheless, a hike in admission fees, during the 200607 session, have drawn criticism from student bodies.[21] As of 2007, the university awards a total of 340 scholarships, whose annual value is around 1.1 million taka. In addition, there are merit awards given by residential halls, departments and the university itself. Students are also eligible for the Prime Minister's Gold Medal award.[22] All colleges of the northern and southern regions of the country used to be affiliated with University of Rajshahi. However, the administration of colleges across the country was taken over by the National University when it was established in 1992.[23]

List of Vice-Chancellors

Following is the complete list of the Vice-chancellors.[24]

  1. Itrat Husain Zuberi (June 7, 1953 – September 30, 1957)
  2. Momtazuddin Ahmed (1957 – 1965)
  3. Muhammad Shamsul Huq (1965 – 1969)
  4. Syed Sajjad Hussain (1969 – 1971)
  5. Muhammad Abdul Bari (1971 – 1972)
  6. Khan Sarwar Murshid (1972 – 1975)
  7. Mazharul Islam
  8. Syed Ali Ahsan (September 27, 1975 – June 26, 1977)
  9. Muhammad Abdul Bari (1977 – ) (2nd term)
  10. Makbular Rahman Sarkar
  11. Moslem Huda
  12. Md. Abdul Rakib
  13. Amanullah Ahmed
  14. M. Anisur Rahman (1992 – 1994)
  15. M. Yusuf Ali
  16. Abdul Khaleque
  17. M. Sayeedur Rahman Khan (1997 – 2001)
  18. Faisul Islam Farouqui
  19. Md. Altaf Hossain ( – May 15, 2008)
  20. Mumnunul Keramat (acting)
  21. Abdus Sobhan (2008 – February 24, 2013)
  22. Muhammad Mizanuddin (March 20, 2013 – present)

Faculties and Departments

Faculties of Rajshahi University

  • Faculty of Science
  • Faculty of Engineering
  • Faculty of Arts
  • Faculty of Social Science
  • Faculty of Business Studies
  • Faculty of Life & Earth Science
  • Faculty of Law
  • Faculty of Agriculture
  • Faculty of Medicine
  • Faculty of Fine Arts
The Faculty of Engineering: Krishnachura blossoms in front of the First Science building, that houses Physics and Applied Physics & Electronic Engineering

The university's 52 departments are organized into 10 faculties: Arts, Law, Science, Medicine, Business Studies, Social Sciences, Life and Earth Sciences, Fine Arts and Agriculture.[25] The Arts and the Law faculties are the oldest in the university, both established in 1953, closely followed by the Faculty of Science (1956) and newly established the Faculty of Engineering (est. 2009). The university's departments represent the traditional studies in arts, commerce, sciences and engineering through programs such as History, Languages and Linguistics, Economics, Business Studies, Mathematics, Applied Mathematics (est.2002), Physics, Computer Science & Engineering, Chemistry, Statistics, Geology & Mining, Geography, Psychology, Zoology, Botany, etc. The university is increasingly emphasizing on more specialized programs such as Pharmacy, Biochemistry, Information and Communication Engineering (ICE)(est. 2000), Genetics and breeding (est. 1996).[4]

Faculty of Engineering

The Faculty of Engineering include the following departments

  1. Information and Communication Engineering (ICE)(est. 2000)
  2. Computer Science & Engineering
  3. Applied Physics & Electronic Engineering
  4. Applied Chemistry & Chemical Engineering.
  5. Material Science and Engineering
  6. Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE) (est. 2015)

In the late 1990 and 2000s, programs in computer science & engineering and Information & Communication Engineering were introduced. the newest addition to the faculty of Engineering is the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering in 2015. The university used to have a separate engineering program through BIT (Bangladesh Institute of Technology) Rajshahi, which has become an independent university being renamed Rajshahi University of Engineering & Technology in 2002.

Faculty of Social Science

The Social Science Faculty has the following departments:

  1. Economics
  2. Political Science
  3. Social Work
  4. Sociology
  5. Mass Communication and Journalism
  6. Information Science & Library Management
  7. Public Administration
  8. Anthropology
  9. Folklore
  10. International Relations[26]

Faculty of Business Studies

The departments

  1. Finance
  2. Management Studies
  3. Marketing
  4. Accounting & Information Systems
  5. Banking and Insurance

make up the Faculty of Business Studies. all these Departments are in the Rabindra Arts Building

Faculty of Science

Faculty of Science has the following Departments

  1. Mathematics
  2. Physics
  3. Chemistry
  4. Statistics
  5. Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
  6. Pharmacy
  7. Population Science & Human Resource Development
  8. Applied Mathematics
  9. Physical Education and Sports Sciences

Most of these Departments are located in the 2nd, 3rd and 4th science building of the University.

Faculty of Life and Earth Science

Prominent departments in the faculty of Life and Earth Sciences are

  1. Psychology
  2. Botany
  3. Zoology
  4. Geology & Mining
  5. Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology
  6. Clinical Psychology
  7. Geography and Environmental Studies

Faculty of Agriculture

Faculty of Agriculture has the following departments

  1. Agronomy and Agricultural Extension
  2. Fisheries
  3. Veterinary & Animal Science
  4. Crop Science and Technology.

Agriculture faculty has their own campus in a nearby area called NarikelBaria.Founded in 2000, the Faculty of Agriculture was formed when a local agricultural college was absorbed into the university.

Faculty of Medicine

This Faculty is organized differently from other disciplines. Medical education is provided by seven medical colleges located around Rajshahi Division and Khulna Division. Though these colleges are autonomous to a large extent, the degrees are conferred by Rajshahi University. Rajshahi Medical College is the oldest medical college under administration of the university and is located a few miles west of the university campus along with a highly equipped 1000 Bed hospital The RajshahI Medical College Hospital.

Medical Colleges Under the Supervision of Rajshahi University are

  1. Rajshahi Medical College
  2. Pabna Medical College
  3. Shaheed Ziaur Rahman Medical College, Bogra
  4. Rangpur Medical College
  5. Dinajpur Medical College
  6. Kushtia Medical College
  7. Jessore Medical College
  8. Khulna Medical College
  9. Satkhira Medical College
  10. Shaheed M. Munsur Ali Medical College, Sirajgonj

Student life


The university has sixteen residential halls for students, five for women and eleven for men. The residential halls are named after prominent Bangladeshi historical and cultural figures, some of them from Rajshahi. The largest men's hall is Shahid Habibur Rahman Hall, named after a mathematics professor killed on campus during the 1971 war by the Pakistani Army. The largest women's hall is Monnujan Hall, followed by Begum Rokeya Hall, named after Rokeya Sakhawat Hussain, a leading figure in women's rights activism in Bengal. The housing system can accommodate 8,000 students, which has created a deepening accommodation crisis as the student body has risen to 25,000.[27] Apart from the seat limitations, the amenities of these halls do not always meet decent accommodation standards.[28] This has led to the establishment of many privately owned off-campus "messes". The residential halls provide meals, which are subsidised by the university authorities.

Name of Halls of Rajshahi University

No Name of Halls Name of Provosts PABX Telephone
01 Sher-e-Bangla Fazlul Haque 4191
02 Shah Makhdum M.Zahangir Alam 4193
03 Nawab Abdul Latif 4195
04 Syed Amir Ali Golam Mortuza 4194
05 Shahid Shamsuzzoha M. Belal Hossain 4196
06 Shahid Habibur Rahman Prof. Abdur Rahman 4200
07 Motihar Afrouzzaman Khan Chowdhury 4192
08 Madar Baksh M. Abdur Rahim Khan 4198
09 Shahid Sohrawardi M. Abdul Latif 4197
10 Shahid Ziaur Rahman A.N.M. Zahangir Kabir 4199
11 Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Mohd. Nurul Islam 4190
12 Monnujan Irin Banu Luci 4204
13 Begum Rokeya Nazma Afroz 4202
14 Tapashi Rabeya Hosne Ara Jesmin 4201
15 Begum Khaleda Zia Salma Banu 4203
16 Rahamatunnesa Mele Jesmin 4205
17 Bongomata Sheikh Fazilatun-nesa


The physical education department of the university has 27 instructors and is equipped with a 25,000-seat stadium, 2 gymnasiums, 1 swimming pool, 4 football grounds, 1 hockey ground, 4 tennis courts, 2 basketball courts and a squash court. The Teacher Students Center was designed to be the center of cultural activities of the university. Reception of fresh students, celebration of national holidays as well as the annual cultural competition are key cultural events at the university campus.[18] The university is home to recitation groups like Shwanan, and drama groups like Anushilon and Rajshahi University Drama Association (RUDA).[29] A vibrant fine arts scene thrives around the Department of Fine arts, and the campus hosts a number of exhibitions each year. The university has branches of all major national cultural groups, including Udichi and Gono Natto Shongstha.

During the three major national days, Language Movement Day (February 21), Independence Day (March 26) and Victory Day (December 16), the university hosts public meetings, cultural programs and political activities. On these days, students and teachers, going barefoot, congregate around the Shaheed Minar and pay their respect. During the major Muslim religious occasions of Eid, the university is usually deserted as students go home to be with their families. Other religiously important days like Shabe-barat are observed through discussions and religious activities. The major Hindu festival celebrated in the university is Saraswati PujaSaraswati, the goddess of knowledge, is worshiped in a central location as well as individually in many residential halls. The Bengali new year, Pohela Baisakh is also observed with much pomp.[30]

Alumni and notable staff

The alumni of the university work at all levels of public and private sectors of the country. The academic staff of the university include some of the eminent scholars of the country. The faculty of the university at one point or other included the following academics: linguist Muhammad Shahidullah, linguist Muhammad Enamul Haque, the renowned literary writer Hasan Azizul Huq, author and scholar Ghulam Murshid, English Professor Zillur Rahman Siddique, eminent Political Scientist Talukdar Muniruzzaman and notable Islamic scholar Muhammad Asadullah Al-Ghalib. The alumni of the university include some national political figures, such as Habibur Rahman, who was also the former Chief Justice and head of the caretaker government in 1996 and Abul Hasanat Md. Kamruzzaman, one of the top leaders of Bangladesh's freedom struggle; Abdullah Al Kafi former Member of Parliament from Dinajpur-1, notable artists and journalists such as singer Andrew Kishore, writer Selina Hossain, journalist Abdul Matin, Hamiduzzzaman, Managing Editor of the National News Agency, BSS.

Rajshahi University Old Boys Association is the platform of former students of the university. Presently Mohini Mohan Chakravarti and Advocate Subrata Chowdhury are the Acting President and General Secretary of the organization.

Incidents and controversies

During the 1980s, the four-year honors course took as long as eight years due to the session backlogs, resulting mainly from conflicts between factions of political groups. Since early 1990s, student politics has been comparatively calmer, with student body elections not being held for more than a decade. The student groups have been demanding elections whereas others feel student politics should be banned.

In late 2004 and early 2005, two professors of Rajshahi University got assassinated within three months: Professor Yunus from the Economics department in December 2004[31] and Professor Taher from the Geology and Mining department in February 2005.[32] Both murders were suspected to be driven by political motivations. In 2006, the commander of Jama'atul Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) admitted to the RAB interrogators that his operatives carried out the attack on Professor Yunus, as well as the 2004 attack on writer Humayun Azad, the murder of another writer, bomb blasts, and attacks on cinemas.[33] A controversy over the hiring of over 500 new employees broke around the same time; detractors suggested that they were hired illegally, either in return for money or for political reasons.[34] Since the new millennium, much attention has been focused on politics among university teaching staff. Observers have claimed that the teaching staff have been thoroughly polarized according to party lines in national politics. In 2005, Professor Muhammad Asadullah Al-Ghalib of the university was arrested for links with the Ahle Hadith Andolon Bangladesh, but was acquitted in 2008.

In August 2007, six detained professors of the university were temporarily suspended for their involvement in organizing protests for restoring that violated Emergency Power Rules,[35] though they were discharged later from allegations and returned to the university with proper honour.

See also

Wikimedia Commons has media related to University of Rajshahi.


  1. 1 2 The Daily Star, Thursday, March 21, 2013
  3. "Task Force Review 2003: Education (Bangladesh)" (PDF). UN Online Network in Public Administration and Finance. 2003. p. 11. Retrieved 2006-03-14.
  4. 1 2 Hasan, A D, ed. (2006). University of Rajshahi: A profile. University of Rajshahi.
  5. 1 2 "University of Rajshahi: Glorious 52 years". University of Rajshahi. Retrieved 2006-07-14.
  6. Murshed, Md Mahbub (2012). "Shamsuzzoha, Shaheed Mohammad". In Islam, Sirajul; Jamal, Ahmed A. Banglapedia: National Encyclopedia of Bangladesh (Second ed.). Asiatic Society of Bangladesh.
  7. "Rajshahi observes Zoha Day today". The Daily Star. 2007-02-18. Retrieved 2007-03-14.
  8. 1 2 Hasan, A D, ed. (2005). University of Rajshahi: A profile. University of Rajshahi. p. 3.
  9. "Genesis of IBS". University of Rajshahi. Retrieved 2006-07-14.
  10. "RU budget deficit hurting higher studies". The Independent. 2005-04-28. Retrieved 2008-04-28.
  11. "Name of Halls of University of Rajshahi". University of Rajshahi. Retrieved 2008-04-28.
  12. "Martyrs Memorial inaugurated at RU". The Daily Star. 2004-12-11. Retrieved 2006-10-14.
  13. Kabir, SM Humayun (2012). "Mango". In Islam, Sirajul; Jamal, Ahmed A. Banglapedia: National Encyclopedia of Bangladesh (Second ed.). Asiatic Society of Bangladesh.
  14. 1 2 Chowdhury, Saifuddin (2012). "Varendra Research Museum". In Islam, Sirajul; Jamal, Ahmed A. Banglapedia: National Encyclopedia of Bangladesh (Second ed.). Asiatic Society of Bangladesh.
  15. Rahman, Mukhlesur (1998). "Sculpture in the Varendra Research Museum : A Descriptive Catalogue". Rajshahi. Retrieved 2008-04-24.
  16. M. Shafiullah (2006-09-22). "Nitun Kundu". The Daily Star. Retrieved 2006-07-14.
  17. M. Shafiullah (2002-03-05). "US grant for Varendra Museum". The Independent. Retrieved 2006-07-14.
  18. 1 2 3 4 Rahman, Mahbubar (2012). "University of Rajshahi". In Islam, Sirajul; Jamal, Ahmed A. Banglapedia: National Encyclopedia of Bangladesh (Second ed.). Asiatic Society of Bangladesh.
  19. "Admission Circular". Varsity Admission. Archived from the original on 27 September 2007. Retrieved 2006-10-10.
  20. The Daily Star. "The State of Higher Education". University of Rajshahi. Retrieved 2006-10-10.
  21. RU Correspondent (2007-03-12). "RU increases admission and certificate fees". The Daily Star. Retrieved 2007-03-10.
  22. BSS, Dhaka (2005-08-31). "Khaleda urges teachers, students: Maintain campus peace". News from Bangladesh. ISSN 1563-9304. Retrieved 2008-04-28.
  23. Hossain, Md Anawar; Khanam, Mobashera (2012). "National University". In Islam, Sirajul; Jamal, Ahmed A. Banglapedia: National Encyclopedia of Bangladesh (Second ed.). Asiatic Society of Bangladesh.
  24. "Vice-Chancellor's Office". University of Rajshahi. Retrieved 7 July 2016.
  25. "Faculties of University of Rajshahi". University of Rajshahi. Archived from the original on 26 August 2009. Retrieved 2006-07-14.
  26. "Departments of University of Rajshahi". University of Rajshahi. Retrieved 2006-07-14.
  27. "University of Rajshahi". Glorious 52 years. The Bangladesh Today. 2005-08-05. Retrieved 2008-04-29.
  28. S.M. Humayun Kabir (2005-06-05). "Students live with poor amenities at University of Rajshahi". New Age. Retrieved 2006-10-10.
  29. Rajshahi Correspondent (2006-07-07). "53rd founding anniversary of RU observed". New Age. Retrieved 2007-03-17.
  30. Rajshahi Correspondent (2006-04-16). "Grand celebrations in Rajshahi". New Age. Retrieved 2006-10-10.
  31. "90 RU teachers want VC to quit over Taher killing". The Daily New Age. 2006-03-04. Retrieved 2008-04-28.
  32. "Verdict in RU Prof Taher murder case today". May 22, 2008. Retrieved 16 February 2015.
  33. "JMB also killed writer of Tangail". The Daily Star. 5 June 2006.
  34. The Daily Star (2006-10-08). "Recruitment in RU postponed amid employees' agitation". Daily Star. Retrieved 2006-10-10.
  35. Staff Correspondent (2005-02-24). "RU suspends its 6 detained teachers". Daily Star. Retrieved 2007-03-10.


This article is issued from Wikipedia - version of the 11/14/2016. The text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution/Share Alike but additional terms may apply for the media files.