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Welcome to CSEDU. The highest echelon of technology and academics.


The Department of Computer Science and Engineering is one of the pioneering educational institutions in and outside of the university. The long list of achievements ranging from organization of premium research conferences and programming contests to personal accomplishment attained by the students and faculty members of the department is a strong proof of efficacy and dedication of the department towards achieving higher standard of education and organizational management.

Achieving educational excellence has always been the department’s primary concern. Nevertheless, the department is also focused on multitudes of supplementary activities including programming contests, sports, cultural extravaganzas and organization of research conferences and seminars. By tradition, the department is consistently improving in pursuit of excellence in these areas through diligence and commitment.


The Department of Computer Science and Engineering encourages the members of the CSEDU family to be outspoken, innovative and vigorous in both their academic and nonacademic activities. Various clubs with multitudes of activities attest to that mentality. There are various clubs with specific focus in the department. The largest and most active among them is the CSEDU Student Club (CSEDUSC). This club is focused on organizing cultural extravaganzas, indoor sports festivals, technical sessions or talks, philanthropic work and many more.

Along with the CSEDUSC, there is the CSEDU Programming Contest Club, which focuses on the organization of intra and inter departmental programming contests, programming camps, training for the contestants, etc. This club also holds internal programming contests regularly as practice contests to keep the contestants sharp. There is also the CSEDU Football Club which is formed to oversee all football related activities. The club is especially active during the tournament seasons and takes over to manage the CSEDU football team.



The Department of Computer Science and Engineering is full of numerous activities all the year round. Besides the regular academic and administrative events, the department organizes and participates in activities ranging from social and cultural extravaganzas to programming and software contests and sports spectacles. Majority of these are organized by the students of the department while some are organized by the university itself or other departments where CSEDU joins in for either competition or general participation. The students are always encouraged to join these activities actively with enthusiasm and vigor.


Tanzir Islam

CSEDU introduced "CSEDU Ambidexterity Award" from this year for students who have tremendous result in both academic and programming contest arena. This year Tanzir Islam of 20th Batch (currently in 2nd year 2nd semester) won the award for his excellence in both sectors. Tanzir is part of the team DU_Neuromancer which stood 5th in the NCPC held in RUET this September. He also achieved 5th place (GPA 3.79/4.00) among his batch mates the last semester. CSEDU hopes that Tanzir will continue his hard work and achieve something truly great. CSEDU wishes that other students will follow his foot-marks and the award will continue to inspire students to reach excellence. The award is given by the three faculty members of the department, Anna Fariha, Md. Shiplu Hawlader and Hasnain Heickal.


Sharbani Pandit

Sharbani Pandit, student of 16th batch of CSEDU, is going to Georgia Institute of Technology in fall 2015 to pursue her PhD. Georgia Tech is among the top 10 Computer Science graduate schools in the world where Sharbani is going with fully-funded scholarship. High scores in GRE (325) and TOEFL (115), a very good academic result, and rigorous research experience played the key role to her success. Her mother has been a huge inspiration to her who always wanted Sharbani to pursue higher studies. Back then, Sharbani thought that she would become an astronaut, albeit the current goal is slightly deviated from that one. Along with the contribution of her mother, she is very grateful to all the teachers in her life for helping her discover the potentials and their beliefs that she would achieve great success. So, despite all challenges, she always had the confidence that, "What you believe, you can achieve". Regarding her career objective, she expressed her desire to work as a researcher in a reputed research oriented organization where she can employ her experience as a research assistant and conduct meticulous researches in exciting and challenging areas.


Md. Mahmudur Rahman

Md. Mahmudur Rahman secured the first position in year 2014 in the BSc (Hons) program securing highest CGPA among 50+ graduating students of his batch. He acknowledged his punctuality, sincerity and persuasion of knowledge as the catalyst of his success. He expressed his gratitude to his supportive parents, teachers, senior fellows, friends and everyone who have been at his side when needed. His thought about learning is, "Learning should be bondless. If you learn for result, it will return only result. But, if you learn for self-satisfaction, it will return a lot more than that". His philosophy is, "Simple living, high thinking". He dreams about a world where everyone is for everyone. Before being admitted in CSEDU, he passed the SSC from Zinzira P. M. Pilot High School in 2008 and HSC from Notre Dame College in 2010 with highest successes in both the exams. He is a student of CSEDU 17th batch and currently pursuing his MS by research degree from this department.


Momontho Mashak Monmoy

My HSC GPA was 4.6. I missed Golden A, by accidentally getting A+ in math. In 2009, more than 18000 HSC examinees got A+ (GPA 5.00), and only around 10,000 positions were available for admission in public Universities and colleges of Bangladesh, and private Universities’ tuition fees were unaffordable for me. Well, I never liked Bangladesh Education Board’s public education system because of many reasons, and I was too passionate about CSE to let their poor grades judge me.

It was the beginning of the month of February. I can still remember that day, February 1, 2010, our orientation day at CSEDU. I was sitting in the front, excited, thrilled and shy. I was happy and feeling proud being a part of the great family. Later, our first programming class it was, Ashis Sir explaining what “#include<stdio.h> int main{return 0;}” does. I didn’t understand anything. The next day there was this C lab. The problem was to print “\\Hello World//” to console. As far as I can remember, I couldn’t get rid of those stupid compile errors! But, I wanted to learn programming. So I tried and finished all the basics of C in two weeks.



Being the largest university of the country, University of Dhaka (DU) provides plenty of scholarship opportunities to the students of the university to acknowledge their merits, hard-works and academic performances. In addition, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Dhaka (CSEDU) too provides ample scholarship opportunities to the students of this department. Currently, four types of scholarships are available at CSEDU.

1. Hasna Hena Scholarship

2. Dohatec New Media Scholarship

3. Professor Lutfar Rahman Award

4. Chemon Ara-Ahmedullah Merit Scholarship

5. CSEDU Ambidexterity Award


Prospective Students

Whether you are a prospective undergraduate or graduate student, department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Dhaka (CSEDU) is the place to provide you ample opportunities to build your career.

Welcome to CSEDU. This is our utmost pleasure for considering CSEDU as your possible study. We believe CSEDU offers some of the best academic and student-services programs. Our undergraduate program is accomplished with the best science-oriented students of the country, while the graduate programs encompass one of the best research facilities among the CSE departments in the country.

Here we provide the links of some basic information that may guide you to be confident about selecting the department for your imminent study.