Co-curricular Activities

The Student Affairs emphasizes on the wholeness of university experience through synchronized development of body, mind and spirit. The main objectives of Student Affairs Office are to create an environment for spontaneous participation of students in co-curricular activities, create leaders for future, and provide opportunities for community service activities. Further SAO enforce to enhance the teacher-student relationship, liaise with other universities, organizations and student bodies at national and international level.

There are 38 student clubs and forums in different categories of:

  •     Cultures/Films
  •     Debate/Moot
  •     Business/Economics
  •     Heritage/ Arts
  •     Social welfare/ Community services
  •     International
  •     Entrepreneurial
  •     Subject related
  •     Sports
  •     Science
  •     Adventure/Environment


These clubs and forums provide opportunities for developing leadership, confidence, goal setting, and sense of ownership, time management, collaboration and teamwork.

Major activities of clubs and forums include:

  •     Club Fair, Job Fair
  •     Debate Competition, Film Show
  •     Cricket, Football and Indoor Games
  •     Voluntary Blood Donation Campaign, Community Volunteer Work
  •     Art, Photography and Hobby Exhibition
  •     Seminar and workshop, Help Group/Help Sessions
  •     Competitions in Art, Music, Photography, Film
  •     Celebration of National and International events such as Pohela Boishakh, International Mother Language day, Independence day, Victory Day
  •     Business plan, Computer programming, Quiz and Business case competitions
  •     Newsletter/ Magazine publishing
  •     National and Regional Festivals
  •     Study Tour
  •     Annual Drama, Annual Cultural Program
  •     Archives
  •     Concert