One of my dreams is to own a laptop and the dreams become true. I bought the laptop on 27th July. Basically I didn’t do anything with this till now except burning the DVD’s. After bought the laptop the thing what happened is I burned all the data’s from my desktop. Now the hard disk of my desktop is empty and ready to become a toy ;). I am going to use it for my RnD purpose. What I bought actually. I bought ACER ASPIRE 4745 whose processor is i3, 2 GB DDR3 RAM and 250 Harddrive. I would like add a capture of my laptop but I don’t get any camera :(. But I can add my image from my laptop’s webcam :P. See how I am
After about one month again I am starting to write on my blog 🙂 and it is May. IUB sucks me this one month. I didn’t find any day where I didn’t have any academic activities, exams, presentations ufffffffff. At last I safe from it. Already on a previous post I wrote that, this will be my worst semester and yes, it is becoming my most worst semester in my IUB life. Actually I don’t understand why this is happening. Is it my problem or the problem of instructor……. By the way, I completed all of my exams yesterday 🙂 and it takes two days more than the scheduled time. This is first time I am eagerly wanted that when the exam will completed. Actually, mind is not supporting to read. It is all time saying when it is completed. Most probably this were my last written exams. Because, next semester I sit on a course which is experinmental based. And now the time to find out the intern…Can anyone give the intern on a good post in a mobile operator company. I need to learn something technical from there, not data entry..
First time in Independent University,Bangladesh(IUB) celebrated Bangla Utshab organized by Club of Engineering and Computer Science(CECS). IUB is a private and also an English medium university. According to the people’s of Bangladesh, they think that private university students follow the western culture and they avoid the bangla culture. In other hands, people think that, engineers are not creative and they don’t have any connection with the world without educational purposes. Both of these two sides we want to prove that, private university students all time follow the bangla culture and engineers are creative. This program is totally bangla program and all the words will be use in bangla. We have a lot of events here and think that most interesting thing will be the funny debate, drama.For update about the program please visit here .
The event will be held on 5th April, 2009 Sunday.
Venue: Ground Floor(C-8),
School of Engineering and Computer Science (SECS),
Independent University, Bangladesh (IUB)
Road: 14/2-A, Baridhara North Road,
This program is organized by
I admitted in IUB at Autumn,2005. That semester I took 9 credits, that means 3 courses. The courses are ENG 101, ENG102 and MAT102. Within this three courses I only feel comfortable at MAT102 which was taken by Ahmad Mostofa Kamal Sir and other two courses are taken by Sara Zabeen Madam. What I did at those class…….
ENG101: This course is a preliminary course for every new student and the title of this course is English speaking and listening. There we were around 30 students and unfortunately most of students background was English Medium. Normally as a student of bangla medium and also as an introvert guy I all time feel shy to speaking whether my listening was quite ok. But overall my class performance was very bad. And as a result I got a bad grade. The only people whose I know now avijit who did this course with me.
ENG102: The title of this course is English Reading Skill. In this course I didn’t had to participate a lot and the performance of this course was not that much bad as Eng101. But here to get a good I bought a lot of magazine. But I didn’t understand anyone of that:(. And still I am trying to read those magazines and still I don’t understand these. I am not a good reader in English.
MAT102:The only course which I enjoyed a lot, taken by a very smart instructor which already I mentioned. When we did his course we heard his political life beside the Math.. That was really amusing us. After completing his course I knew that he is a writer and I still thinking how a science student writes story. By the I also got a good grade in this course. And the classmates of this course are my best friends in university. The people who did this course with me are Tomal, Kamruzzaman, Sheriff, Parvez, Shudha..
In engineering building of IUB there is myth that if you passed the course CSC205 then it can be say that you get the graduation certificate. Yes, CSC 205 is the most harder course for the engineering students according to the students. I also frightened on this course before I did it. I all time tensed about it. Last semester I took the course. Around 30 students enrolled that course. But for the pressure of this course most of the students drop and withdraw this course. I didn’t drop this course. Actually I was confident that I shouldn’t fail on this course. Teaching style of this course was very good. The instructor was Dr. Ali Shihab Sabbir. He has a motto that, if want to pass this course you must know something. Every instructor has this motto also. But after passing those course I forgot everything. I don’t know why this is happened? But I remember everything of this course(CSC 205) after completing this course. I did the programming regularly, but I didn’t ever expect that I will get an ‘A’ on this course. But astonishingly I got that. Actually sir said that if anyone got 90% in final he will give him an ‘A’. I got 90% in final and I got A. In that semester 4 students got ‘A’. Most probably this is not happened before under this instructor in IUB . ‘A’ is in 80% and my average was 77%. Luckily I got ‘A’ in that course for gaining 90% in final. Hah….I became hero in my friend circle….:D
Today I had a work at IUB registrar’s office and there I found that it is worse than the so called Bangladeshi government office. I went there at 10:00 for a sign of registrar. I didn’t update my due money from accounts and for updating this I need his sign and we are not allowed to directly enter the registrar’s room. For signing it I met with the assigned official. He said that it is not possible and after that he didn’t give any response on me. When I asked him that if it is possible in any how please give the way. Though I didn’t get any response. After waiting an hour he took my papers and sent it to the registrar for signing. Actually the thing is that, he can do it that time when I went to him or said that come later. But he wastes around 1 hour from me. And that is the real situation of registrar’s office. It takes a huge time for simple work. As in global world everything become faster but registrar’s offices working is still same from when I am in university. I think that high official IUB will think about this.
Actually I didn’t ever thinking that, I would be in a private university. Because my families financial condition is not that much fruitful .But the true is that now I am in a top class private university in Bangladesh. Actually I admitted in this university without any preparation. I was a confused man like my father and now may be little bit less. Ok, the thing is that, before this university I admitted one more university, Jagannath University and I passed the admission in SUST. But I didn’t allow to admit there, because that is outside of Dhaka and then I admitted in Jagannath University in major of Chemistry. I also attend the class there about two months. I enjoyed the class there, but suddenly one day my maternal said that,”Do heard about Independent University, Bangladesh(IUB)”. I said,”no”. He said that, try to find out that university and take some informations about that. But the true is that, I didn’t able to find out that university. No one knows this university. Yes, it is true. The officials of IUB alltime say that, is one of the leading universities of Bangladesh, but still it is difficult to find where is IUB?? Back to the main topic, then my uncle gave a card of his friend who works in IUB. In card I saw that, it situated in Baridhara. I again became frustrated that, I didn’t know Baridhara. After a few days, my father had come dhaka for his official work and uncle said my father to saw the university. I first came IUB with my father and astonishingly he bought a form for me. I filled it and after two days I took part in admission eaxam. I passed the exam and after the publication of the result there also happened big history. May be that I shall write in another post. Then I admitted in IUB. I would like thank God that, I am still continuing my study in this expensive University..