Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Hall is the newest and second largest hall of residence in KUET campus. The hall is named by the Father of the Nation of Bangladesh, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. The construction of the hall was started at 2011 by Prof. Dr. Muhammed Alamgir, the Honorable Vice-Chancellor of KUET. The Hall was inaugurated on 24th January 2013, by Sheikh Hasina, the Honorable Prime Minister of Bangladesh, the Daughter of the Father of the Nation and the student activity began from 5 March 2013.
There is a library, a mosque and a prayer room for Hindu students inside the hall. There are two big dining rooms, a large common room for indoor games and two TV rooms. There is a guest room near the guard point. Electric generator and submergible pump are available for emergency electricity supply and daily water supply respectively.
The hall is managed by one provost and two assistant provosts with the help of two full-time hall care taker cum office secretary. The total hall is divided into two blocks named East and West to manage properly. Besides, full-time security guard, imam, electrician, library staff, ward boy, office peon are available. A cook and an assistant cook, helper for processing the ingredients for cooking, head boy and dinning boys, dish cleaner are available for each dinning. Dry and wet sweepers and gardener are also available. Hall committee are formed every year from the resident students to help better hall management related to students and to arrange indoor games, outdoor games and inter hall cultural program as co-curricular activities of the student.
Management regarding students’ information is conducting by software for easy and comfortable use as well as to save the time of our student. Update of the software is going on for total hall management and account system. LAN system of the entire hall will be completed soon. Hopefully, we will be able to connect internet facility for our students very soon.
|Name & Designation||Phone|
| Dr. Pintu Chandra Shill
| Thuhin Kumar Dey
| Mizanoor Rahman