People's University of Bangladesh

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The People's University of Bangladesh
People's University of Bangladesh logo.jpg
Motto To enhance the opportunities for higher education
Type Private
Established 1996 (1996)
Chancellor President Advocate Abdul Hamid
Vice-Chancellor Md. Abdul Mannan Chowdhury (Acting)
Location 3/4 asad avenue, Dhaka (beside sheltech Kali mosharrof tower and Mohammad preparatory school), Bangladesh
23°45′37″N 90°22′13″E / 23.7602°N 90.3703°E / 23.7602; 90.3703Coordinates: 23°45′37″N 90°22′13″E / 23.7602°N 90.3703°E / 23.7602; 90.3703
Campus Urban

The People's University of Bangladesh or PUB is a non-profit educational institution located at Dhaka, Bangladesh. It was established on 14 May 1996 as a private university under the Private University Act 1992[1] with a view to expanding the scope of higher education in Bangladesh. The university has two own campuses, one at Mohammadpur and the other one located at Sristighar, Shibpur, Narsingdi. Mr.Shirazul Islam Mollah is the chairman of PUB. The University Grants Commission (UGC) of Bangladesh has approved its syllabi and curricula. The first convocation was held on 29 October 2007 at Bangladesh China Friendship Conference Centre;[2] the second convocation was held on 9 February 2010 at Bangabandhu International Conference Centre in Dhaka.

Academic programs[edit]

The PUB offers courses in different disciplines in school of Arts, Applied Science and Business Administration.

Faculty of Business & Social Studies
School of Applied Science
School of Arts
  • B.A.(Honors) in English
  • M.A.(Final) in English
  • B.A. (Honors) in Islamic Studies & Culture
  • M.A. (preliminary) in Islamic Studies & Culture
  • M.A. (Final) in Islamic Studies & Culture


  1. ^ Private University Act, 1992
  2. ^ "1st Convocation 2007", Prothom Alo, p. 13, 29 October 2007 

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