CSE Program Objectives
The Program Computer Science & Engineering (CSE) is designed to meet the growing need for skilled computer engineering graduates, both domestically and globally. It offers the students a comprehensive understanding of Computer Science and Computer Engineering, while also providing the flexibility to tailor the program to their specific interests and goals. So, join the Department of Computer Science and Engineering to embark on an exciting journey of learning and innovation.
The National University’s Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) program equips students with the skills and self-confidence to effectively manage and adapt to a wide range of competitive and constantly changing business environments. The program is designed to provide students with the specialized knowledge they need for entry into the job market along with the analytical and communication skills essential for a successful career in business. The compulsory courses allow students to develop core business skills. You can then build on these by selecting one or two specialist areas including Accounting and Information Systems, Management Studies, Marketing and Finance and Banking.
BBA program which is referred to as the golden passport, since it gives its holder an edge in the job market by opening more doors of opportunity. The present decade has been labeled as the era of business, business administration and business graduates. The BBA program aims at developing a student’s intellectual ability, executive personality and managerial skills through an appropriate blending of business and general education. The program assists the Student in understanding and developing the unique leadership qualities required for successfully managing business functions, an organizational unit or an enterprise. The Bachelor of Business Administration degree program combines the required General Education courses that can provide liberal arts foundation with a coherent business core that is designed to provide a foundation for careers in business and management or preparation for advanced study. The learning goals of the BBA program are as follows:
To develop leadership skills, creativity and entrepreneurship
To handle future challenges of business
To Exhibit technical proficiency in domestic as well as global business through the study of major disciplines within the fields of business.
To analyze and develop solutions for business problems and issues by using logical reasoning patterns for evaluating information, materials and data.
To conceptualize a complex business issue and articulate into a written statement and oral presentation
To exhibit competence in the use of technology and information systems in modern organizational operations
To demonstrate entrepreneurial skills for creating and managing innovation, new business development and high-growth potential entity
To choose careers in the public, private, multi-national corporations (MNCs) and government sectors
To further facilitate advanced level programs in business administration.
The duration of the BBA Program is four years divided into eight semesters. A total of 126 credit hours are required to complete 40 taught courses, a viva-voce examination in the third year and an internship/project paper with defense at the end of the fourth year. The history of the emergence of the independence of Bangladesh is a compulsory course for all students of undergraduate programs of the National University.
In the seventh semesters students will determine their major or specialization area where he/she will have four options to choose from such as –
Accounting & Information System
Finance & Banking
The basic structure of the four- year BBA Program will be as follows:
Common Course (Credit X Course)
Project Report & Defense/Viva Voce
3X5=15 (major course)
3X5=15 (major course)
Project Report (2 Credit) & Defense (1 Credit)
40 Courses =
Each 3 credit taught course will require a minimum class lecture of 45 per semester (3 lectures per week), each semester being of six months duration. Each semester will consist of about 21 weeks, in which 17weeks will be kept for class lectures, 1 week for pre-examination break and 3 weeks for examination. The duration of class lectures should not be less than 50 minutes. Teacher assigned for a particular course should plan the lectures accordingly keeping in view the course content to match the available working days excluding holidays and other off days. The students are allowed 3 months, after their final examination, to complete and submit their Internship Report/Project paper.
The duration of the registration 7 years and academic session will be July to June.
Every student of BBA Program must attend at least 75% of class lectures to quality for sitting in the semester final examinations. Students having less than 75% attendance but more than 60% can be allowed to sit in examinations as non-collegiate students. Rules applicable for non-collegiate students will be applied to them.
Grading Systems Result of a BBA student will be determined on the basis of Grade Point in a 4-point scale along with Letter Grade. However, to determine the Letter Grade/Grade Point the following range of marks will be considered:
Less than 40
There will be an examination committee for each year of the BBA Program. Single examiner will evaluate the final examination scripts under the supervision of Head Examiner. Computation of Grade Point Average will be made on the basis of following illustration:
Results of two semesters in each academic year will be calculated for promotion to next year (1st year to 2nd year). The student must appear at the semester final examination in all courses and pass at least 60 percent of the total courses for example, 6 (six) out of 10 (ten) courses with a grade of D or above. Same rules will be applicable for promotion to the subsequent years that is, 2nd to 3rd and 3rd to 4th year.
Students receiving F grade in one or more courses must take the improvement examination(s) in subsequent semesters. Two chances will be given to convert F grade into any countable grade. If the students receive a countable grade, in that case he/she will not be allowed to further improve his/her grade. Moreover, the improved grade would not be higher than B Plus. Students can attempt to improve their grade from D to B minus. However, students cannot take the improvement exam for more than two courses in a particular year. Students will not be allowed to improve their In-course, Oral (viva voce) and Internship/Project paper) grade in any circumstances.
Any Student fails to qualify for the BBA degree within the seven academic years including Project Paper Defense, he/ she will automatically be dropped from the program.
The medium of instruction of BBA Program will be English.
a. There will be at least two in-course examinations and one home assignment to be conducted by the course teacher for his/her course and marks along with grade be submitted to the Head of the Department for compilation and subsequent submission to the Controller of Examinations of the National University. Only semester final examinations will be conducted by the National University. The routine for the final examination be spread in such a way that those sitting for improvement and retakes should not coincide. Single examiner will evaluate the final examination scripts under a head examiner.
b. Viva-Voce and Research Project: Students are required to appear before an oral exam (viva-voce) at the end of their third year. The weight of viva voce exam will be of 3 credits. In the 8th semester students will undertake an internship/ project relating to their specialization area under the supervision of a faculty member. The project paper will be evaluated by two examiners that is, supervisor of the student and an external member to be nominated by the respective examination committee from the National University TMIS database. Students are required to defend their internship or project paper before a committee. The committee members will be nominated by the respective examination committee.
Any student adopting unfair means in the examination will be treated as per the rules of National University.
Students must meet the following requirements in order to earn a BBA degree.
National University may time to time amend the existing rules for BBA Program. The National University will, also make any further clarification in regards to rules relating to examinations if needed.
Syllabus & course out line
DIIT (NU) follows the syllabus given by National University and each course contains 3 credit and duration of per course including Mid-term and internal final is 45 hours. It has yearly basis two semesters and total 8 semester, 120 credits.
Class routine and class
o Class routine will be prepared by respective batch coordinator defining starting date of class and probable completion time is after 26 to 30 classes (more than 30 class depending on course).
o The lead time & lag time of depends on from fill up date of semester final Exam selected by the National University, because the curriculum including semester final exam is governed by the National University. In our organization lead time and lag time is observed by course coordinator.
o Exam committee along with respective batch coordinator fixes the date of Mid-Term & Final (Internal) Exam minimum 10 days before starting the Exam. Internship & Viva, Lab, Practical Exam date is fixed by National University.
o Generally, when the syllabus given by National University is completed half portion (class 12-15) Mid-Term Exam is started and after completing full syllabus Final (Internal) Exam is started .Quiz, Presentation & Assignment are conducted by the respective course teacher. Per semester, at last 3 Quizzes, 2 Presentations, 2 Assignments have to be conducted.
o Midterm question pepper will be half of final exam (BBA, BTHM 35 Marks CSE 40) and Final (Internal) exam paper will be as like as the model of National University question (BBA, BTHM -70 marks & CSE- 80 marks) concerned course teacher will prepare two set questions (Set- A & B) after discussing with other concerned teachers and submit to the respective batch coordinator before 3 days of starting exam. The question paper should be checked randomly (if needed).
o The Answer Scripts of semester final is checked by the examiners who are assigned by the NU authority & final result is also published by them. For Mid- Term & Final (Internal) Exam the answer scripts have to be distributed to the Respective course teachers mentioning the submission date of answer scripts And the course teacher will impute the marks on the result sheet within the date of submission. Before submitting the answer scripts, the concerned course teachers have to show the students so that they can identify their faults/mistakes. The answer scripts have to be checked if any problem is arisen and preserved for one semester.
o Periodical regular students’ feedback should be taken by the students monitoring team. Students monitoring have to recorded priority basis for justification and farther necessary step, Random checking of batch wise file maintained by teachers will be observed by respective coordinator and batch coordinator.
Make up classes for weaker students.
Fully private/coaching free
Arranging workshops, seminars, campaigns & study tours
Facilities for industrial attachment
Scholarships from Daffodil Foundation: Full or partial tuition scholarships on the basis of academic excellence and extra-curricular activities
Session Jam free
Career Support (BCS, banks, BPOs, multinational companies)
Intensive Care Sessions (ICS)
Experienced and qualified Faculty
Multimedia Classroom and Digital Lab
Program Duration and Credits
The total duration of the Program is 4 (four) years. This program is followed Semester system. There will be 2 (two) semesters in a year. Each semester will be of 6 (six) months in duration. Total 138 credits hours.
Cost Structure for CSE
Admission (2022 – 2023)
Monthly Tuition Fees
5.00 (SSC & HSC)
500*8 = 4,000
1,000*8 = 8,000
4.00 – 4.99
500*8 = 4,000
1,000*8 = 8,000
3.00 – 3.99
500*8 = 4,000
1,000*8 = 8,000
500*8 = 4,000
1,000*8 = 8,000