Khulna University of Engineering & Technology is committed to providing its students with a holistic and balanced education, consisting of both formal and non-formal elements. The formal element is primarily academic pursuit, while the non-formal element includes non-academic and extracurricular activities.
The Office of Student Welfare aims to facilitate the all-round personal development and growth of students of the University. We work with other functional units within the University and external resources to provide quality non-formal educational experience to our students. It is our goal to meet students’ progressive needs and help them realize their potential as they advance along their educational path at the University.
To assist students in their personal growth and development, the Office of Student Welfare provides professional services in the following areas:
We believe that participation in student activities is an important part of the students’ experiential development. We coordinate student activities and organize leadership training and development programs. In particular, we encourage and support student-directed activities. We also provide assistance and advice to students and student bodies in their organization of student activities.
The University provides a range of facilities and amenities for students such as auditorium, central play ground, cafeteria, gymnasium etc. We are responsible for the management of these facilities.
We coordinate student care services for incoming non-local students to assist them in their adjustment to campus life. We promote cultural diversity on our campus by organizing and coordinating a variety of cultural activities.
In order to enable non-local undergraduates more ready to benefit from the University’s learning environment, we provide proactive support on adjustment and learning-related issues. Person-to-person guidance is given to year one students, while group activities are organized to enhance mutual support among the non-local undergraduates.
We strive to enhance communication and mutual understanding between students and the University by organizing suitable functions and activities. We also liaise with student associations in the University.
We aim to enable our students to become confident, competent and competitive young adults. Through psychological counseling, developmental programs and mental health education, we assist students to overcome difficulties in adjusting to the University, derive success and satisfaction from their university experiences, and achieve genuine personal growth and self-management.
We provide career guidance and development services to students so as to enhance their competitiveness and employability. Our strategies are to broaden the scope of networking with potential employers and other external parties, and to equip our students with the essential employability qualities and skills. We also organize a wide range of internship opportunities and other suitable programs for our students.
To enable foreign students to actively participate in campus life and to facilitate their learning, special services and facilities can be arranged according to individual needs so that foreign students can enjoy university life and attain fruitful academic pursuits.
|Name & Designation||Phone|
|Prof. Dr. Md. Abdul Motin
+88-02477733351~69 Ext: 504, 515
|Dr. Dipayan Mondal
|+88-02477733351~69 Ext: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com|
| Md. Abu Safayet
|+88-02477733351~69 Ext: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Nazia Jahan Khan Chowdhury
|+88-02477733351~69 Ext: email@example.com|
| Md. Helal Fakir
Deputy Director (Physical)
|+88-02477733351~69 Ext: 166
|firstname.lastname@example.org , email@example.com|
| Md. Sarder Abul Kalam Azad
Assistant Director (Physical)
|+88-02477733351~69 Ext: 195
| Shaikh Omor Faruk
|+88-02477733351~69 Ext: 8161
| Sayed Raihanul Islam
Physical Education Officer
|+88-02477733351~69 Ext: 8165
|firstname.lastname@example.org , email@example.com|
| Md. Azizur Rahman
Asst. Physical Instructor