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Islamic University, Bangladesh
Bengali: ইসলামী বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়, বাংলাদেশ
Type Public University, Coeducational.
Established November 22, 1979 (1979-11-22)
Chancellor President Md. Abdul Hamid
Vice-Chancellor Harun-Ur-Rashid Askari
Academic staff
Administrative staff
Students 17,000+ (Undergrad,Postgrad)
319 (Degree Awarded), 438 (Ongoing)[1]
Location Kushtia-Jhenaidah, Bangladesh Bangladesh
23°43′16″N 89°09′01″E / 23.7212°N 89.1504°E / 23.7212; 89.1504
Campus Urban, 175 acres at Shantidanga-Dulalpur, beside the Kushtia-Khulna highway, about 24 km south from Kushtia town and 22 km north from Jhenidah town, (Post Code: Kushtia-7003).
Language English, Bengali, Arabic
Academic departments 33
Nickname IU (ইবি)
Affiliations ACU, UK
IAU, France
UGC, Bangladesh
Sports Football, cricket, basketball, volleyball, athletics

Islamic University, Bangladesh (Bengali: ইসলামী বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়, বাংলাদেশ) (Arabic: الجامعة الإسلامية بنغلاديش‎) (French: Université Islamique, Bangladesh), commonly known as Islamic University, Kushtia (Bengali: ইবি), is one of the sixth major public research universities in Bangladesh and largest seat of higher education in the south-west part of the country[2] financially aided by the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation(OIC) and financed by the Government of Bangladesh through University Grants Commission, Bangladesh. On 22 November 1979, the foundation of the Islamic University was set up in Kushtia[3] and it is operated under the Islamic University Act of 1980.[4] Islamic University began operations on 28 June 1986. It is 7th oldest university in the country and the first university on the land of independent Bangladesh which was established after acquiring independence from then West Pakistan in 1971. The university is recognized as the hub of sports, cultures and academic research activities with a very natural and peaceful environment where teachers, students, and administrative staffs come from all religious communities and ethnic groups without any gender discrimination. It is a major international centre for an excellent integration of Islamic studies with general studies and studies of modern science, engineering and technology. The university provides both local and foreign students with the facilities of undergraduate studies, postgraduate research and teaching.The standard of teaching is high and the facilities both for academic and extracurricular activities are of good quality. It is a campus-oriented university, where the academic and administrative buildings, central library, student's residential halls, teacher's dormitories, gymnasium, two big play grounds, tennis court, central cafeteria, lakes, safe places of birds, many flower gardens, children's park, shahid minar (monument), martyrs’ memorial, Mukto Bangla(sculpture) and one of the largest campus-based auditoriums in Bangladesh are all on one self-contained 175-acre site at Shantidanga-Dulalpur, beside the Kushtia-Khulna highway. It is located about 24 km south and 22 km north of the Kushtia and Jhenidah district-towns, respectively.[5][6]


Islamic University Auditorium, Kushtia, Bangladesh

On 1 December 1976 then government announced the establishment of the Islamic University to promote Islamic System of education and to co-ordinate with Islamic Education and other branches of modern education in the country. Islamic University, Kushtia was founded on 22 November 1979 at Shantidanga-Dulalpur (Kushtia-Jhenidah) by the ex-president of Bangladesh General Ziaur Rahman, based on the recommendation of ‘Islamic University Planning Committee’ on 7 January 1977 headed by M. A. Bari including other seven members.

Then the Islamic University Act was passed by National Assembly of Bangladesh on 27 December 1980.

The main objective for establishing Islamic University is “to provide for instruction in theology and other fields of Islamic Studies and comparative jurisprudence and such other branches of learning at Graduate and Postgraduate level as the University may think fit and make provision for research including Post-Doctorate research and training for the advancement and dissemination of knowledge”[Clause 5(a), The Islamic University Act 1980(37)].

On 1 January 1981 the government of Bangladesh appointed A. N. M. Mamtajuddin Choudhury as the first vice-chancellor and the university became operational that year.[7]

As construction of several important buildings began, a presidential decree was issued on 15 May 1982 to shift the university from Shantidanga-Dulalpur (Kushtia-Jhenaidah) to Boardbazar, Gazipur on an area of 50 acres. The construction of an academic building, two residential halls and other necessary infrastructures were completed. Initially two faculties (Faculty of Theology and Islamic Studies, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences) with four departments (Al-Quran, Dawah, Accounting, Management) were established and 300 students were enrolled in the session of 1985-86..

In 1987, two more departments (Sharia and Economics) were established.

On 28 December 1988, while the infrastructure development and academic activities were in full swing, the university was again shifted to Shantidanga-Dulalpur (Kushtia-Jhenidah).

In 1991 five more departments — Bengali, English, Arabic, Islamic History, and Public Administration — were established.

In 1995 three more departments — of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Applied Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, and Computer Science and Engineering— were established.

In 1998 three more departments — Information and Communication Engineering, Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering, and Nutrition and Food Technology — were established.

In 2007 two more departments Mathematics, and Al-Fiqh and Legal Studies— were established.

In 2009 two more departments Finance and Banking, and Statistics— were established.

In 2015 three more departments — Folklore Studies, Political Science, and Marketing— were established.

On 25 September 2017, 8 more departments— Law and Land Management, Development Studies, Social Welfare, Biomedical Engineering, Pharmacy, Environmental Science & Geography, Human Resources Management, Tourism and Hospitality Management — were established.[8][9]

Now there are 33 departments under five faculties—modern applied sciences, technological, and engineering subjects were included with the ordinary departments.

It is mention-able that the department of Information and Communication Engineering of Islamic University in Kushtia was opened in 1998 as the pioneer department in that name in Bangladesh. In addition, "ICE Innovation Lab", the first ever Internet of Things (IoT) lab in Bangladesh, was inaugurated at the department of Information and Communication Engineering (ICE) of Islamic University (IU) in Kushtia on 21 September 2016. Three former students of the department contributed to procure all the Internet of Things (IoT) related equipments including with Sensor, Rasperri pi, Arduino, Sheild etc. for the Innovation Lab.[10][11][12]

On 23 June 2009, an Act of Parliament assigned the President as chancellor, replacing the Prime Minister.[13]


The Chancellor is the ceremonial head of the university who appoints the Vice-chancellor. The position is held by the incumbent President of Bangladesh, the Head of State of Bangladesh.The Vice-chancellor is the executive head of the university. Present and the 12th Vice-Chancellor is Harun-Ur-Rashid Askari, who writes under the pen name Rashid Askari, was appointed on 21 August 2016.[14][15] M. Shahinoor Rahman has been the pro vice-chancellor since 20 February 2013.[16] The treasurer is Selim Toha.[17]

Chancellor President Abdul Hamid, the Head of State of Bangladesh
Vice-chancellor Harun-Ur-Rashid Askari
Pro vice-chancellor M. Shahinoor Rahman
Treasurer Selim Toha

List of vice-chancellors[edit]


  1. A. N. M. Mamotaz Uddin (from 9 February 1979 to 31 December 1980)
  2. Muhammad Sirazul Islam (from 28 December 1988 to 17 June 1991)
  3. Muhammad Abdul Hamid (from 18 June 1991 to 21 March 1995)
  4. Muhammad Enam-Ul-Haque (from 9 May 1995 to 2 September 1997)
  5. Kayes Uddin (from 3 September 1997 to 19 October 2000)
  6. Muhammad Lutfar Rahman (from 20 October 2000 to 3 November 2001)
  7. Muhammad Mustafizur Rahman (from 10 December 2001 to 2 April 2004)
  8. M. Rafiqul Islam (from 3 April 2004 to 10 July 2006)
  9. Foyez Muhammad Sirazul Haque (from 10 August 2006 to 8 March 2009)
  10. M. Alauddin (from 9 March 2009 to 27 December 2012)
  11. Abdul Hakim Sarkar (from 27 December 2012 to 30 June 2016)
  12. Harun-Ur-Rashid Askari (from 21 August 2016 to till date);

Notable faculty[edit]



Undergraduate (Bachelor) programs[edit]

4 Years Bachelor of Science (B.Sc), Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharm), Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), Bachelor of Arts (BA), Bachelor of Theology and Islamic Studies (BTIS), Bachelor of Social Science (BSS), Bachelor of Law (LL.B) & Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) program.

Graduate (Master's) programs[edit]

Master of Science (M.Sc), Master of Pharmacy (M.Pharm), Master of Arts (MA), Master of Theology and Islamic Studies (MTIS), Master of Business Administration (MBA), Master of Social Science (MSS), Master of Law (LL.M).

Post Graduate Research Programs (MPhil/PhD)[edit]

M.Phil, Ph.D

  • In addition, Islamic University offers Diploma in Library and Information Science, and a Master of Public Health (MPH) in Nutrition degree under the Department of Applied Nutrition and Food Technology.[19]
Students enjoy their time at the 4th Convocation of Islamic University on 7th January 2018

Grading system[edit]

The academic year consists of two semesters. Academic courses are based on credit system. The grading system:

Grading System of Islamic University, Bangladesh.
Marks Range Letter Grade Grade Point Interpretation
80% and above A+ 4.00 Outstanding
75% to less than 80% A 3.75 Excellent
70% to less than 75% A- 3.50 Very Good
65% to less than 70% B+ 3.25 Good
60% to less than 65% B 3.00 Satisfactory
55% to less than 60% B- 2.75 Below Satisfactory
50% to less than 55% C+ 2.50 Average
45% to less than 50% C 2.25 Below Average
40% to less than 45% C- 2.00 Poor
Less than 40% F 0.00 Fail

Student scores overall CGPA above 3.75 is awarded distinction.

Conversion of CGPA/GPA to Class of Islamic University, Bangladesh.[edit]

First Class CGPA 3 and above
Second Class CGPA below 3


IU has academic collaboration with following institutes:


Undergraduate (Bachelor's)[edit]

Before starting every academic session, applications for admission into undergraduate studies are asked by IU authority and prepares details prospectus on the admission process including qualifications criteria i.e. cumulative grade points average of Secondary level (S.S.C.), Higher Secondary level (H.S.C.), Diploma, A level, O level etc. The prospectus also include units’ distribution on different subjects under different faculties, seat capacity, examinations fee and particular date to be held the examinations. The Undergraduate admission test is one of the competitive examinations in Bangladesh. After completion of Twelve years of studies or Higher Secondary level (H.S.C.) education, a student can submit her or his application for undergraduate admission if he/she fulfills the minimum requirements. There are 8 units ( A to H) for admission test; each unit has its unique questions patterns .i.e. applicants are required to answer questions on Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology, English etc. based on the unit’s subjects type to be admitted under Faculty of Applied Science and Technology. For the faculty of Business Administrations, applicants are required to answer questions on Business Studies, Accounting, General Knowledge, IQ and Mathematics etc. For the Faculty of Law and Shariah, applicants are required to answer questions on English, Bengali, and General Knowledge etc. For the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, applicants are required to answer questions on English, Bengali, and General Knowledge etc. For the Faculty of Theology and Islamic Studies, applicants are required to answer questions on Arabic, Al-Quran, Al-Hadith, Dawah & Islamic Studies, Al-Fiqh, Islamic History, English, Bengali, General Knowledge etc. More than one lac (100,000+) students are seat for the competitive examination to be enrolled at Islamic University, but after the admission test, only about 1600 students get admitted.

However, for admission to the M.S. and Ph. D. programs, candidates are required to appear in interviews and/or written tests.

Postgraduate (M.Phil or Ph.D)[edit]

Before starting every academic session, applications for admission into postgraduate studies i.e. M.Phil or Ph.D are asked by IU authority and prepares details prospectus on the admission process including qualifications criteria i.e. cumulative grade points average of Secondary level (S.S.C.), Higher Secondary level (H.S.C.), Diploma, A level, O level, percentage of marks in the bachelor studies, and number of publications or research papers etc..

International Student Affairs & Admission Cell (ISAC)[edit]

IU also welcomes foreign students every year for Undergraduate, Graduate and Post Graduate Research programs M.Phil, Ph.D. Students can be admitted at IU from SAARC countries, South Asian Countries Middle East countries specially from Nepal, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Maldives, Bhutan, Somalia, Cambodia, Afghanistan and Indonesia. [20]

Faculties and Departments[edit]

Academic activities are conducted by 33 departments under five faculties.

Faculty of Applied Sciences and Technology[edit]

There are eleven departments including applied/engineering sciences and biological sciences under this faculty and the medium of instruction & examination is English, which are:

No Name of the department Medium of instruction and exam. Year of establishment
01 Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE) English 1995
02 Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) English 1995
03 Information and Communication Engineering (ICE) English 1998
04 Biomedical Engineering (BME) English 2017
05 Applied Chemistry and Chemical Engineering (ACCE) English 1995
06 Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering (BTGE) English 1998
07 Applied Nutrition and Food Technology (ANFT) English 1998
08 Environmental Science & Geography (ESG) English 2017
09 Pharmacy English 2017
10 Mathematics English 2007
11 Statistics English 2009

Faculty of Business Administration[edit]

There are six departments under this faculty and the medium of instruction & examination is English, which are:

No Name of the department Medium of instruction and exam. Year of establishment
01 Accounting and Information Systems (AIS) English 1986
02 Management (MGT) English 1986
03 Finance and Banking (FAB) English 2009
04 Marketing (MKT) English 2015
05 Human Resources Management (HRM) English 2017
06 Tourism and Hospitality Management (THM) English 2017

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences[edit]

There are ten departments under this faculty and the medium of instructions are English, Bengali & Arabic based on each department individually, which are:

No Name of the department Medium of instruction and exam. Year of establishment
01 Economics English 1989
02 Arabic Language and Literature Arabic, English, Bengali 1991
03 Bengali Bengali, English 1991
04 Islamic History and Culture Bengali, English 1991
05 English English 1991
06 Public Administration English, Bengali 1991
07 Folklore Studies Bengali, English 2015
08 Political Science English, Bengali 2015
09 Development Studies English 2017
10 Social Welfare English 2017

Faculty of Law and Shariah[edit]

There are three departments under this faculty and the medium of instructions are English, Bengali & Arabic based on each department individually .

No Name of the department Medium of instruction and exam. Year of establishment
01 Law English, Bengali 1990
02 Al-Fiqh and Legal Studies English, Arabic, Bengali 2007
03 Law and Land Management English, Bengali 2017

Faculty of Theology and Islamic Studies[edit]

There are three departments under this faculty and the medium of instructions are Arabic, English & Bengali based on subjects, which are:

No Name of the department Medium of instruction and exam. Year of establishment
01 Al-Quran and Islamic Studies Arabic, English, Bengali 1986
02 Dawah and Islamic Studies Arabic, English, Bengali 1986
03 Al-Hadith and Islamic Studies Arabic, English, Bengali 1992

Academic Buildings[edit]

There are six academic buildings in IU to operate academic activities of 33 departments, which are:

No Name
01 Faculty Building
02 Faculty of Applied Science and Technology Building
03 Nuclear Scientist M. A. Wazed Miah Science Building
04 Faculty of Business Administration Building
05 Mir Mosharraf Hossain Academic Building
06 Rabindra-Nazrul Arts Building


The first convocation of the university was held on 27 April 1993.[21] Since then, a second convocation was held on 5 December 1999 and the third on 28 March 2002. The 4th convocation of Islamic University (IU), Kushtia, was held on 7 January 2018.[22]


The University Library, housed in a separate 4-storey building, is one of the biggest in Bangladesh. The library holds a collection of thousands of books and volumes, including bound volumes of periodicals. In addition, It subscribes to hundred of foreign journals. It has an advanced level E-Library Teachers, students and researchers are able to read all journals, books research papers and articles, by using the E-Library facilities. Students have to be member of the library till their studentship in the university. The library has 'Bangabandhu Corner'[23] Muktijuddho Corner (Liberation War Corner) which provides the opportunity to learn the history of independence of Bangladesh against then Pakistan. Moreover, every academic department of the university has its own seminar library for its students, from where students can borrow books for a month. Academic journals, international research papers also available in the departmental library. In addition, every hall of residence has its own library, give opportunities to the residential students to read books, journals, newspapers and borrow books.

University Map[edit]

Magazines, journals and research bulletins[edit]

  • Jouranal of Islamic University (IU Journal)
  • Journal of the Faculty of Applied Science and Technology
  • Journal of the Faculty of Business Administration
  • Islamic University Studies
  • "Swapno", a Literary magazine[24]
  • "Mukta Bangla" Literary magazine[25]

Innovations and achievements[edit]

  • 'The Intelligent Smart and Versatile Home Security System' was designed by Niaz Mustakim, an M.Sc student of the Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE) Department.It can be used for everyday tasks like opening and closing doors, switching lights and air-conditioning on and off, as well as warning of dangers such as gas leaks and fire.[26]
  • A robot was invented by ASM Shamim Hasan, an M.Sc student of the Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE) Department. The device is capable of collecting information from spaces which are usually out of the reach of humans.[27]
  • IU is four times champions in football, two times in basketball and fourteen times in volleyball at the Bangladesh inter-universities sports competition. Moreover, some IU students played in the Asian games and Olympic games for the Bangladesh National Team and acquired prizes at that competition.

Computer Centre[edit]

Islamic University Computer Centre was established in the Faculty of Applied Science & Technology Building in order to accelerating research facilities for faculty, staff and students.[28]

Present Director of the Computer Centre is Paresh Chandra Barman (Ph.D, KAIST, South Korea; Professor of ICE, IU).

Conferences and workshops[edit]

Islamic University regularly organizes national and international conferences and workshops in its campus to enhance the research capabilities of its students and faculties. Among the conferences and workshops organized by different faculties and departments, following are notable:

  • National Workshop on Networking and ISP set up (System Administration) using LINUX.
  • International seminar on ‘Role of Microbial Proteases in their own metabolism and host Infection’[29][30][31]
  • Seminar on self-assessment.[32][33][34]
  • Workshop on 'Effective Teaching of English: Best Practice' on 30 July 2016, jointly organized by the English Department of the university and Bangladesh English Language Teachers Association(BELTA), sponsored by the American Centre, US Embassy, Dhaka.[35][36]
  • A three-day workshop on 'Pure Pronunciation, News Presentation and Recitation’[37]
  • A career camp on ‘Information and Communication Technology’[38]
  • A two-day national workshop on 'Bioinformatics and Computational Biology'.[39][40][41]
  • A seminar on ‘comparative study between Tennessee Williams and Nathaniel Hawthorne’.[42][43]
  • An international conference on ‘The Role of Nutrition in Health and Development’.[44][45][46][47][48][49][50]
  • A seminar on ‘the practices of communicative language teaching at private college level in Bangladesh: problem and solutions’.[51]
  • A seminar on 'Regression Analysis and Environmental Statistics'.[52][53]
  • A programme on "Ethics of Teaching: Duties and Responsibilities of a University Teacher".[54][55]
  • An international seminar on 'One Step Forward'[56]
  • An international seminar on ‘Contemporary Trends in Folklore'.[57]
  • Idea Innovation Workshop for Mobile Games and Apps Development.[58]
  • A four day-long training on “Active Citizens Youth Leadership, organized by British Council and Democracy Watch.[59]
  • A seminar on "Photon beam commissioning of an eleckta Synergy linear accelerator".[60]
  • A seminar on "Present Muslim World" [61]
  • A seminar on "Collaboration with Canadian Universities" [62]
  • A seminar on "Traditional Contact and Online Contact in the Light of Al-Fiqh"[63]
  • A seminar on “Language, Culture and Society: A Postcolonial Perspective” [64]
  • An international seminar on “The influence of world literature on the Tagorean characterization of women” was held on March 3, 2018. [65]

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  • A seminar on "Role of University to Revive River Economy". [68]
  • An international seminar on ‘Management Practices in Bangladesh and Challenges of Twenty First Century’.[69]
  • An international seminar on 'Historical and Linguistic Features of Arabic Language'.[70]
  • An international seminar on “Innovation of Healthy Products through Biotechnology” “Innovation of Healthy Products through Biotechnology” [71]

Baishakah (Bengali New Year) and Science Fair/Carnival[edit]

The university authorities organize the Baishakah (Bengali New Year) and Science Fair every year on the occasion of celebrating Pahela Baishakh and the Bengali New Year. On the occasion, the IU authority organize cultural programs like concert, stages drama, scientific and technological projects show etc [72].

Student life and facilities at IU Campus[edit]

Student body[edit]

The university has about 16,000 regular students.[73] There are seven residential halls for students, including four of 2000 seats for male and three of 1500 seats for female students. This capacity is not enough and students usually live in two adjacent cities, Kushtia and Jheniadah.

Halls of residence[edit]

The University has 8 residential halls, 5 for males and 3 for female: They are:

  • Male halls:
  • Female halls:
    • Khaleda Zia Hall; named after the ex-prime minister of Bangladesh Begum Khaleda Zia
    • Mother of the Bengal Begum Fazilatunnesa Mujib Hall; named after the wife of the Father of the Nation of Bangladesh, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman
    • Deshratna Sheikh Hasina Hall; named after the present prime minister of Bangladesh, daughter of the Father of the Nation of Bangladesh, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman


Internet Services[edit]

Looking for a better internet facilities at the campus, the University authority decided to install the Fiber Optic Network System. At present the total length of Optical Fiber Network is about 10 kilometers. Students, Teachers, Officers, of Islamic University are enjoying the Superhighway network of 10 Mbit/s bandwidth.


The university runs its own regular bus services to and from the Kushtia & Jhenidah district town. Although, it has a total of 47 Bus to ensure transportation facilities of the students, teacher officers and support staff residing inside and outside of the campus, but it’s not adequate. In addition, VC, Pro-VC and Treasurer use university Car for their transportation facilities.

  • 16 university own Bus (One double-decker Bus for students)
  • 31 hired Bus (Two double-decker Bus for students)
  • 2 university own Ambulance
  • 4 university own Minibus

Health services[edit]

Health services are provided by a medical center of the Islamic University. The medical center is situated near the Mir Mosharraf Hosain Academic Building and Mofiz Lake. The medical center offers free medical service and free pathological examinations to students, teachers and staffs of the University and also family members of the teachers and staffs. The Centre provides service round the clock, seven days a week, with 15 doctors working in different shifts. The Centre also has dental unit, eye unit, x-ray department and two ambulances. The Centre has in its premises arrangement for 05 bed accommodation so that students suffering from such contagious diseases as chicken pox, mumps, etc. may be taken care of in isolation.[75]


There is a central cafeteria, situated within the central auditorium’s south side. Moreover, every faculty building, library, residential halls have cafeterias on the campus.

Sports facilities[edit]

IU has two large playground, one is for playing cricket and another for playing football. These two are used as venue of annual athletics competition of the university as well as cricket, football, hockey competitions. Moreover, these two venues are very popular for inter-university football and cricket competition. Students can access the facility all year round. IU has tennis court beside the gymnasium building. It also has a gymnasium cum indoor stadium near the halls of residence where students can do gymnastics and play basketball, badminton during leisure, and this gymnasium is used almost every year for inter-university basketball, badminton competition.

Islamic University theatre[edit]

Islamic University Theatre (IUT) was established in 1991 by some students on the campus. On 21 October 2017, IU theatre celebrated its 26th birth anniversary by cutting cake. Every now and then drama is staged at the Student Teacher Cultural Centre.[76][77]

Student organizations for extracurricular activities[edit]

University School & College[edit]

IU has a 'Laboratory School & College' of secondary level and higher secondary level education inside the campus for children. The school & college also receives general students from out side of the campus.[82]

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Coordinates: 23°43′16″N 89°09′01″E / 23.7212°N 89.1504°E / 23.7212; 89.1504