Founder

Khan Bahadur Ahsanullah (R.)

Education Institutions

Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology (AUST)
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Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology (AUST)
 
 

Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology (AUST) was established by DAM in 1995 as a specialized university in the engineering field, to offer undergraduate and postgraduate programmes characterized by academic excellence, relevance with modern time and anticipated needs of the society. In AUST the Bachelor's Degree Programs are conducted under three faculties, these are: i) Faculty of Architecture and Planning, ii) Faculty of Business and Social Science and iii) Faculty of Engineering. The Master's Degree Programs are conducted under the Faculty of Business and Faculty of Education. The departments/schools under these faculties are of architecture, business, civil engineering, computer science and engineering, electrical and electronics engineering, textile technology, related subjects and education. At Rajshahi courses on computer science and engineering, electrical and electronic engineering and business administration are offered.

For more information visit www.aust.edu

 
 
Khan Bahadur Ahsanullah Teachers Training College (KATTC)
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Khan Bahadur Ahsanullah Teachers Training College (KATTC)
 
 

Established by Dhaka Ahsania Mission in 1992, the aim of the college is to train up teachers in imparting quality education in the secondary school of our country. It is the first secondary education level teachers training college is the private sector in Bangladesh. The overall administration and management of the institution is conducted by a Governing Body comprising eminent educationists and educational administrators. The college has been maintaining a congenial and peaceful academic atmosphere and upholding a high standard of academic excellence since its inception and has earned a wide reputation in maintaining high academic discipline and functional efficiency.

There are 119 teachers training colleges in our country. Among them 14 are government run teachers training college and 105 are non-government. Recently the Ministry of Education of Bangladesh had surveyed on 119 teachers training colleges both government and non- government. According to the survey report only 17 teachers training colleges were classified as quality education institution. Out of these 17 colleges 14 are government and 3 are non- government managed. It is graceful to record that Khanbahadur Ahsanullah Teachers Training College has been listed in the first position among those 3 non-government T.T colleges that provide quality education.

KATTC campus is free of student politics and smoking atmosphere. In lieu of a students union, the students are organized into several groups under student leaders to engage themselves in different co-curricular activities. At the end of the education session, a cultural week is organized when competitions on various cultural activities are held and wall magazines are published by the groups and rewarded after evaluation.

B. Ed (Bachelor of Education) degree is offered in this college with the affiliation of the National University and M. Ed (Master of Education) degree offered under the auspices of Faculty of Education of Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology (AUST). The B. Ed and M. Ed courses are being conducted with an aim of importing quality teaching and training to produce hardworking devoted and dedicated teachers imbued with ennobling ideals, zeal and enthusiasm for making worthwhile contribution for raising the standard of teaching at the secondary level of education which has been facing a setback for lack of adequately trained teachers.

During the year 2009-10, performance of the B. Ed and M. Ed courses are found quite encouraging. In 2009-10 academic sessions 125 trainees appeared at the B. Ed final examination under the National University. In follow-up that admission started in the B. Ed course for the academic session 2010-11.

 
 
 
Ahsanullah Institute of Technical and Vocational Education and Training (AITVET)
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Ahsanullah Institute of Technical and Vocational Education and Training (AITVET)

Ahsanullah Institute of Technical and Vocational Education and Training (AITVET) is the first of its kind in the private sector, which have been offering mid-level technical education with an innovative delivery method in Bangladesh. A Memorandum of Understanding was signed between Bangladesh Technical Education Board and Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology in 1995 to offer Diploma-in-Engineering Programme.The institute offers the academic programmes in 7 (seven) disciplines, viz i) Architecture Technology ii) Civil Technology iii) Computer Technology iv) Electrical Technology v) Electronic Technology vi) Chemical Technology and vii) Textile Technology leading to the award of Diploma-in-Engineering. The programmes are open to the candidates with SSC or its equivalent qualifications, irrespective of age or year of passing the examination. Since the programmes are operated in the afternoon, the people engaged in full- time jobs can get themselves admitted in the programmes. This innovative aspect of the programmes has opened up new opportunities to those who aspire to attain or improve their skills and competence in technology. The duration of the programme is now 4-year and the semester final examinations are held under Bangladesh Technical Education Board.

For more information visit www.aitvet.edu.bd

Ahsania Mission College (AMC)
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Ahsania Mission College (AMC)

Ahsania Mission College (AMC) was established in 2002 with a dream to demonstrate the model of an institution of human development through quality education. The year 2009-10 has been eventful towards achieving the founding goal of the college. Some vital activities of the session 2009-2010 are depicted below.

The academic activities of the college are divided in three terms. Two monthly tests are held in every term. The duration of the first term is from 1st January to 30th April, the second term is from 1st May to 19th August and the third term is 20th August to 31st December .The final result of the students is prepared adding 25% marks from first and second terminal examinations and 50% marks from final examination.

In 2009 the government decided to hold the completion examination for class Five. 47 students of class Five of this institution appeared at the examination and 43 of them got First Division and 4 got Second Division. Among them four students got talent pool scholarship and four students got scholarship in General Grade.

In 2010, 40 students appeared at S.S.C and 16 students appeared at H.S.C exams.11 students got A+, 23 students got A, and 6 students got A-grade in S.S.C. The percentage of passing was 100%. In H.S.C exam 6 students got A, 7 students got A- and 3 got B grade. The percentage of passing was 100%. It demands to be mentioned here that no student in S.S.C and H.S.C failed in the last four years.

The annual sports and cultural function was held at the end of the month February 2010. It should be mentioned here that in that competition the boys and girls participated being divided in 12 groups. 3 events were held in each group. 216 students were awarded prizes. An occasion for giving away prizes was held at the end of the month May 2010.The prominent national figure, the President of DAM beautified the occasion as the chief guest and the winner students were fortunate enough to receive prizes from his hands.

The college was being run with the primary approval of Dhaka Education Board. The college got its temporary recognition in 2009 because of the cordial measures taken by the college management.

Before the session 2009-2010, the college was being run by an Administrative Committee. The Deputy Commissioner of Dhaka District chaired the post of the chairperson. With the initiative of the Principal and active support of the college management it is now run an organizational level committee. As a result on 2.9.2009, the college got permission to form its own committee and the President of Dhaka Ahsania Mission has been selected chairperson of the college management committee.

A wide-spread publication was made in the session 2010 for the students’ admission in this college from class One up to class Twelve. The total number of the students in the college is 843.

Ahsanullah Institute of Information & Communication Technology (AIICT)
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Ahsanullah Institute of Information & Communication Technology (AIICT)

Ahsanullah Institute of Information and Communication Technology (AIICT) was established with a view to meeting the growing needs of skilled human resource in the field of information and communication technology. AIICT functions with the affiliation of the National University. The institute follows semester system and students have to complete eight semesters for securing the Bachelor degree. It offers four year B. Sc (Hons.) in Computer Science & Engineering (CSE), Electronic & Communication Engineering (ECE) and Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA).

Since establishment, 2001 students graduated from this institute in various disciplines. During 2009-2010, there were 159 students, of which 13 students appeared in the BBA final examination and 5 students appeared in the ECE final Examination under National University.

For more information visit www.aiict.edu.bd

Centre for International Education and Development (CINED)
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Centre for International Education and Development (CINED)
CINED is a specialized institution of Dhaka Ahsania Mission (DAM), established in 2009 for education and development of professional groups and disadvantaged sections in the society. The center is involved in developing innovative programmes and contents for literacy and skills training. By utilizing electronic, print and community media and technology, CINED is developing innovative educational products and delivery approaches for both formal and non-formal education sub-sectors.This center is organizing national and international training programmes, workshops, conferences and exchange programmes on thematic issues and providing consultancy support to national and international organizations.
This center is developing and promoting Open Educational Resources (OER). OER developed by CINED are freely available online for everyone to use.
CINED is implementing programmes to provide long term institutional support to street children, abandoned children and destitute women through two affiliated institutions.
For more information visit www.ahsaniamission.org.bd/cined
Center for Ethics Education (CEE)
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Center for Ethics Education

The Center for Ethics Education (CEE) was set up in Dhaka, Bangladesh, in July 2017 to promote moral, ethical and spiritual values with the intent to create an enabling environment to build a fair and just society. The Center was co-founded by Dhaka Ahsania Mission (DAM) and the North American Bangladeshi Islamic Community (NABIC), USA, in collaboration with the Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology (AUST).

Our vision is to build a society that will adhere to and practice moral, ethical and spiritual values of life.

Our mission is to create a new generation committed to take challenges in reversing the social, moral and ethical degradations. The mission would be accomplished through briefings, lectures, seminars, symposia, research, training and advocacy.

Now we are living in a global village. Each day we are receiving many new ideas and facing many challenges about human values, ethics, morality and dignity. The ethical crisis is not in Bangladesh only. The whole world is also facing this problem. So we are identifying several areas on ethical issues and working on those. These are – ethics on education, ethics on healthcare, ethics on daily life law, ethics on environment and diversity, ethics on religion, ethics on business, ethics on ICT, ethics and cultural diversities and others. Now, we are going to introduce a training course on the basis of those identified areas for our future generation to build better Bangladesh as well as the globe.

For more visit http://www.ethicscenter.org.bd/

Bangladesh Institute of Lifelong Learning (BILL)
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Bangladesh Institute of Lifelong Learning (BILL)

Bangladesh Institute of Lifelong Learning (BILL) established by Dhaka Ahsania Mission (DAM) in 2018 is an institution to create opportunity for lifelong learning.

Development of human society demands, among others, the services of competent professionals to research, plan, implement and continually improve education and training systems and programs contributing to lifelong learning, sustainable economic growth, peace and stability. Though it applies equally to developed and developing societies, such need is urgent in the developing countries to make them competitive in an increasingly globalized world characterized by rapidly developing knowledge economy. Promoting social,economic and human development and upholding peace and cultural values are major challenges of modern times. Since its establishment in 1958 as a non-government social development organization Dhaka Ahsania Mission (DAM) has been working diligently with the community. Over the last several decades, DAM undertook a number of institutional and community based initiatives to contribute to meet this challenge. Key focus of these initiatives is promoting education as a tool for change and development. With this aim in view , DAM has established Bangladesh Institute of Lifelong Learning (BILL).

Lifelong Learning is the keyword for education today. It comprises learning for life, learning for livelihood and learning throughout life. It has been adopted as the core philosophy of education in the West, particularly in Europe. With the advent of science and technology in particular and advancement in all kinds of learning in general, knowledge is rapidly becoming obsolete over a period of time. It has therefore been necessary to institutionalize the lifelong learning efforts. Moreover, for people at large, it is necessary to update and upgrade their knowledge to cope with the changing time. The Institute of lifelong learning is being proposed as an institute under DAM to develop for Bangladesh a futuristic institute. It is proposed to be the role model for the whole nation and thereby an institution of excellence not only for the sub-continent but also for the entire Third World.

For more visit http://www.ahsaniamission.org.bd/bill/

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