Publish Date : 11th May, 2017

This is for the information of all the students of EEE and ETE that Registration of the Summer 2017 will be held on 23rd May (Tuesday) and 25th May (Thursday ), 2017 respectively.

Registration Process

  • During above two days, the registration will take place in a central room and a student can complete registration from any faculty in that room (no fixed advisor during these days only).
  • Students are assigned in time slots based on their completed credit hours as shown in the table below.
  • If a student fails to perform registration in these two days, he/she will need to show evidence of valid reason (such as medical document etc.). Those who fail to do registration physically by themselves can authorize someone to complete their registration in time.

New from Summer 2017: Students who have completed their Final Advising and the payment of dues and 15,000 taka will be allowed to complete their registration online. Instructions for online registration can be found at


Registration schedule:


Students Date & Time Location
Students who have completed

65 credits or more

23rd May (Tuesday),  2017  10:00AM-02:00PM: Computer Lab 1
Students who have completed

between ‘35-to-64 credits  

23rd May (Tuesday),  2017  03:00PM-06:00PM: Computer Lab 1
Students who have completed between ‘18-to-34’ credits 25th May (Thursday),  2017 10:00AM-02:00PM: Computer Lab 1
Students who have completed between ‘0-to-17’ credits 25th May (Thursday),   2017  03:00PM-6:00PM : Computer Lab 1


Please note the followings:

  • Each student has to register at least 9 credit hours without thesis project to be eligible for scholarship/tuition fees waiver.
  • Probationary students will not be allowed to take more than 6 to 9 credits.
  • The theory with relevant lab course must be taken together as a bundle course.
  • Mandatory courses cannot be dropped
  • After completion of the registration process (with the final selection of courses from your advisor in registration window) no add/drop/section change will be allowed.
  • Exam Routine needs to be checked prior to registration to avoid conflict of exam.
  • Any “Fail” course in previous trimester will replace an existing mandatory course
  • Course section in 2nd campus has additional “N” before the section number & Course section in the new campus (above Medical Centre) has additional “S” before the section number. Verify this before registration so that back- to- back classes in the main campus, the new campus   and the 2nd campus can be avoided.




Prof. Dr. Raqibul Mostafa,

Head, Department of EEE.

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