Former Chairman

Dr. Momtaz Begum

Founder Chairperson

Message From Founder Chairperson

Royal University of Dhaka (RUD) understands the need for an entirely new outlook on university education. Our education philosophy is not simply to produce more business graduates, IT specialists, or accountants. Education must groom visionary leaders and entrepreneurs who can contribute and add value to society.

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Message From Chairman

At the Royal University of Dhaka, our commitment to excellence is not a mere statement – it is our true dream to build the state-of-the-art university nestled in the vibrant heart of Dhaka city. This institution, built with unconditional resource support, stands as a testament to our shared commitment to excellence in education, research, and societal transformation.

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Dr. Hefjul Bari Mohammad Iqbal

Vice Chairman

Mohammad Imran Iqbal

Vice Chairman

Message from the Vice Chairman

Dear Members of the Royal University of Dhaka (RUD) Community,
It is with great pleasure and a profound sense of responsibility that I address you today as the Vice Chairman of the Board of Trustees. As stewards of our beloved institution, we are committed to advancing its mission of academic excellence, innovation, and service to society.

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Message From
The Chief Advisor

It is with great pleasure that I extend my warm greetings to you as the Chief Advisor of BoT, Royal University of Dhaka (RUD).Royal University of Dhaka (RUD) has been established with a clear vision: to contribute significantly to the development of education in our beloved country. We take pride in offering a diverse range of subjects and programs that lead to degrees and certificates recognized by the government.

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Chief Advisor

Showkat Aziz Russell

Chief Advisor
Vice Chancellor

Dr. Mesbah Kamal

Vice Chancellor (VC)

Message From
The Vice Chancellor

Welcome to Royal University of Dhaka (RUD), a private, nonprofit, nonsectarian University established by renowned social worker and philanthropist late Dr. Momtaz Begum. Our University, which was founded in accordance with the Private University Act of 1992, is a shining example of higher learning and education for people from all backgrounds, regardless of their ethnicity, nationality, or colour.

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The Royal University of Dhaka follows the structure of many other institutions with an academic council, syndicate, and Board of Trustees (BoT), then each of these bodies would typically have its own distinct service roles:
1. Board of Trustees (BoT):
  • Strategic Direction: Setting the overall vision, mission, and strategic direction for the university.
  • Financial Oversight: Approving budgets, ensuring financial sustainability, and overseeing financial management.
  • Policy Approval: Approving major policies related to governance, operations, and management.
  • University Leadership: Appointment, evaluation and to provide advice for university affairs.
2. Syndicate:
  • Administrative Oversight: Making decisions regarding the administrative aspects of the university, such as faculty recruitment, student admissions, and financial matters.
  • Implementing Decisions: Implementing the decisions of the academic council and the BoT.
  • Conflict Resolution: Addressing and resolving any conflicts or issues that arise within the university community.
3. Academic Council:
  • Curriculum Development: Reviewing, updating, and approving academic programs and curricula.
  • Academic Standards: Setting and maintaining academic standards for teaching, research and examinations.
  • Faculty Appointments: Reviewing and recommending faculty appointments and promotions.
  • Research Oversight: Providing direction and oversight for the university’s research endeavors.
Together, these bodies work collaboratively to ensure the smooth functioning and progress of the university in alignment with its mission and values. Specific roles and responsibilities might vary based on the university’s charter and bylaws. To get exact details about the service rules of these entity at the Royal University of Dhaka, you would need to consult the university’s official documentation or reach out to them directly.