State University of Bangladesh

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State University of Bangladesh
Type Private
Established 2002 (2002)
Chancellor President Abdul Hamid
Vice-Chancellor Iftekhar Ghani Chowdhury
Academic staff
Students 3000
Address 77, Satmosjit Road, Dhanmondi, Dhaka, 1205, Bangladesh
23°44′56″N 90°22′47″E / 23.7490°N 90.3797°E / 23.7490; 90.3797Coordinates: 23°44′56″N 90°22′47″E / 23.7490°N 90.3797°E / 23.7490; 90.3797
Campus MAIN Campus and BIJOY Campus

State University of Bangladesh (SUB) is a private university in Dhanmondi, Dhaka, Bangladesh. It was established in 2002 under the Private University Act 1992.[1]

Co-curricular activities[edit]

  • Computer club
  • JCMS Club
  • Business club
  • Entrepreneurship club
  • English club
  • Pharmacy club
  • Law club
  • Programming club
  • Cultural club
  • Sports club
  • Debating club
  • Mathematics club


The vision of State University of Bangladesh is to enhance the quality of education and to emerge as a leader in spheres of higher education and learning at home and abroad. Keeping the young generation in the global context in mind, SUB strives to ensure the quality education which is rich in values and time-befitting in content.


The mission of the University is to attain the goals of higher education and of sustainable economic growth by :

  • Providing a challenging academic environment and inspiring intellectual and artistic curiosity and creativity.
  • Strengthening SUB’s place on the global map of research and education.
  • Making the University responsive to ever- changing societal needs.
  • Creating more healthy environment for research activities.

Permanent Campus[edit]

The Premium Campus of (SUB) will be located at its own land ( area 01 acre) in Baridhara ( Purbachal), Dhaka. The architect of this permanent campus is Vistaara Architects (Pvt) Limited having its registered office at SE(H) 6, Road 143, Gulshan-1, Dhaka-1212 represented by its Managing Director Arch Mustapha Khalid. The engineers and project managers of this new campus expect that 50% work will be done by the end of 2018 and rest of the task shall be completed by the end of 2020. The university’s administrations are optimistic that few departments will be relocating at Baridhara Permanent Campus by end of 2018.


  1. ^ "Private University Act, 1992". Retrieved 2007-08-29. 

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