Admission Fall 2021 of EEE is going on

According to the 58th Academic Committee Meeting decision # 2 (dated 25th January 2018), an ‘Industry Advisory Panel (IAP)’ with its Terms of References (TORs) for the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering of Southeast University was formed as follows:

Industry Advisory Panel

Sl #

Name

Designation

Position

1.

Prof. Dr. Engr. Muhibul Haque Bhuyan

Chairman

Chairman

2.

Engr. Abdullah Al Mahfazur Rahman

Lecturer and Coordinator (Day)

Member Secretary

3.

Prof. Dr. Md. Shah Alam

Professor, Department of EEE, BUET

External Expert from Curriculum Committee

4.

Prof. Dr. Khawja Iftekhar Uddin

Professor, Department of EEE, United International University (UIU)

Engineering Education Expert

5.

Engr. Asim Kumar Bhakta

Sr. Assistant General Manager, Testing Division, Energypac Engineering Ltd.

Member

(Power Expert)

6.

Dr. Engr. Md. Abdur Razzaque

Principal Engineer, NPED, Bangladesh Atomic Energy Commission

Member

(Power Expert)

7.

Engr. Mohammad Tofazzal Hossain

Head of Transport Network, Planning, Technology, Banglalink Digital Communications Ltd.

Member

(Communication Expert)

8.

Engr. Md. Monzur Hossain

Deputy General Manager (Technology Division), Grameenphone Ltd.

Member

(Communication Expert)

9.

Engr. Md. Nizamul Haque Shakil

Manager, KD Operation, Samsung India Electronics Ltd. (Bangladesh Branch)

Member

(Electronics Expert)

10.

Engr. Forhad Hasan Mamnun

Additional Director, Head of the Department (LED TV and R&D), Walton Micro-Tech Corporation Ltd.

Member

(Electronics Expert)

11.

SM Mahabub Alam

Managing Director and CEO, Massive Star Studio

Member

(Computer Expert)

12.

Engr. Md. Al Imran Sarker

Assistant Manager (Engineering and Operations), Sonar Bangla Foundation Ltd.

Alumni Member

Terms of References (TORs)

1. Attending meetings convened by the department at least once in a year

2. Reviewing the existing curriculum

3. Introducing/ dropping new/old courses in/from the curriculum as per industrial needs

4. Suggesting changes in the curriculum as per industrial needs

5. Attending in the industry advisory panel meeting

6. Suggesting new books for the courses in the curriculum as per industrial needs

7. Updating the panels as and when required

8. Placing any changes in the curriculum to the Academic Council for approval