Daffodil International University Admission 2022

Daffodil International University Admission

Daffodil International University (DIU) is recognized in independent government assessments as one of top graded universities in Bangladesh. The university has been founded by Daffodil Group with the approval of the Ministry of Education under the Private University Act of 1992 and its amendment in 1998 and Daffodil International University came into being on 24th January 2002, the University today combines impressive modern facilities and a dynamic approach to teaching and research with its proud heritage of service and achievement.

Daffodil International University is committed to ensure excellence in teaching at both the undergraduate and the master’s level. This commitment has been reflected in the diversity of courses offered and in the variety of instructional approaches that are offered. Increasingly, electronic technology is providing instructors with innovative and creative teaching strategies. The high academic aptitude of the university’s incoming students also makes accelerated learning possible.

DIU offers bachelor degrees in the different spectrum of disciplines and provides the country’s highly supported programs in many fields, including in IT, Telecommunications, Engineering and Business. Particularly strong programs can be found in the faculty of Business, Information Technology and Engineering and English Language.

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DIU Undergraduate Admission

A. Faculty Of Business And Entrepreneurship

DURATION OF THE PROGRAM

The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Program is a four (4) year program consisting of 12 trimesters of 4 months duration, 3 trimesters in a year and 14 weeks per trimester.

CREDIT REQUIREMENTS

This is a 126 credit program including 41 (forty-one) courses and internships program. Each course contains 3 Credit. The length of each course is 14 weeks, of which 12 weeks for classes (3 hours per week) and 2 weeks for examination. Number of classes in a week is 2 consisting of 1.5 hours per class.

Basic Structure of BBA Course Curriculum

                      Categories of CoursesNo. of CoursesCredits
1.Core Courses2575
2.GED Courses0721
3.Open Elective Courses0206
4.Concentration Courses(5 Compulsory + 2 Elective)0721
5.Internship03
Total41126

A student pursuing a BBA degree may be required to take 03 (three) non-credit courses such as Fundamentals of Mathematics, Fundamentals of English and one foreign language other than Bangla and English. Whether a student has to take the first two courses depends upon his/her previous academic records and score on admission test conducted by the university.

A student pursuing a BBA degree can do concentration in any of the following 9 (nine) areas:

  1. Finance
  2. Marketing                                         
  3. Accounting
  4. Human Resource Management
  5. Management Information Systems
  6. Banking and Insurance
  7. Supply Chain Management
  8. Entrepreneurship
  9. Leadership

To obtain a BBA degree with single concentration, a student has to complete at least 126 credits as shown in the above-mentioned table.

To obtain a BBA degree with an additional concentration, a student has to complete at least 132 credits. The breakdown of credits will be as follows:

           Categories of CoursesNo. of CoursesCredits
1.Core Courses2575
2.GED Courses0721
3.Open Elective Courses0103
4.1st Concentration Courses (Compulsory)0515
5.2nd Concentration Courses (Compulsory)0515
6.Internship03
Total43     132

A student will be allowed to start an Internship only after completing 40 courses (120 credits) including all core and GED courses in case of a single concentration, and 42 courses (126 credits) including all core and GED courses in case of a double concentration.

BASIC STRUCTURE OF BRE COURSE CURRICULUM
The basic credit requirements for a student pursuing a BRE degree are given in the following.

S/LCategories of CoursesCourse No.Credits
1Core Courses2575
2GED Courses0721
3Functional Courses0309
4Major Courses0618
5Internship03
Total41126

CREDIT REQUIREMENTS OF BRE PROGRAM (DOUBLE MAJOR)

S/LCategories of CoursesCourse No.Credits
1Core Courses2575
2GED Courses0721
3First Major (03 Functional Courses and 6 Major Courses)0927
4Second Major (4 Major courses)0412
5Internship03
Total45138

B. Faculty Of Science And Information Technology

The B.Sc. Program in Computer Science & Engineering (CSE) is designed to produce skilled graduates in the field to satisfy the growing demands of computer engineering graduates in the home and abroad. It provides the students an opportunity to obtain the broad knowledge of Computer Science, Computer Engineering with the freedom to tailor the program according to the student’s individual needs.

Credit Requirement and Duration of the Program

To obtain B.Sc. in Computer Science and Engineering, students will have to complete 148 credits with at least GPA 2.5. If any student fails in any course, she/he will get the opportunity to improve the grade by retaking the same in the subsequent semesters. The program having 12 semesters normally extends over four academic years.

Students willing to obtain a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Engineering will have to follow the general guidelines of degree requirements of the university.

Students wishing to obtain a Bachelor’s degree in the Multimedia and Creative Technology Program (MCT) will have to follow the general guidelines of degree requirements of the University. The courses are organized under four groups as shown in the table.

Summary of credits for B.Sc. in MCT program is shown below:

Level Semester 1 Semester 2 Semester 3 Total
1 13 Credits 16 Credits 15 Credits 44 Credits
2 12 Credits 14 Credits 16 Credits 42 Credits
3 13 Credits 11 Credits 13 Credits 37 Credits
4 15 Credits 6 Credits 3 Credits 24 Credits
Total 147 Credits

Course Structure

Category of coursesNo of coursesCredit per courseTotal creditAllocation
GED courses832416.90
Management core courses1434229.5
IT core courses1434229.5
IT core courses LAB7174.93
IT electives/ Management electives2364.23
Placement/ Study abroad/ professional certification11268.45
Thesis/ Project1996.33
   136100%
C. Faculty Of Engineering

Duration of the Program: The program having 8 semesters normally extends over four academic years.

Total Credit Requirement: To obtain B. Sc. in Information and Communication Engineering (ICE), students will have to complete 141 credits with a minimum CGPA of 2.50. If any student fails in any course, he/she will get the opportunity to improve the grade by retaking the same in the subsequent semesters. Students willing to obtain a Bachelor of Science degree in Information and Communication Engineering will have to follow the general guidelines of degree requirements of the university.

Grade Point Average (GPA) and Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA):

Grade Point Average (GPA) shall be calculated for each semester as follows:

where, n is the number of courses offered during the semester, Ci, is the number of credits

allotted to a particular course and Gi is the grade point earned for that course.

The Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) gives the cumulative performance of the students from the 1st year up to the end of the year to which it refers, and will be calculated as follows:

where, m is the total number of years being considered, Ck is the total number of credits registered during a year and Gk is the GPA of that particular semester.

A Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) shall be calculated at the end of semester and to be communicated to the students along with the Semester GPAs. The individual grades of courses obtained by them for the semesters of the academic years will, however, be communicated at the end of individual semester by the Chairman of the Examination Committee.

Course Withdrawal:

A student can withdraw a registered course by giving application to the registrar office through the batch advisor and Head of the department be for Mid-Term exam. In that case, student need not to pay any tuition fee.

Incomplete (I) Courses:

If any student unable to attend in the Final examination he or she will get a grade of incomplete (I). In this case the student can apply to seat in Final improvement exam within 3 consecutive semesters. Only the final exam marks will be added with CIE marks. After the 3 consecutive semester students need to retake the course again.

Retake:

A student can take a course again if he/she unable to seat for final improvement exam within 3 consecutive semester or the overall grade of the course is less that B.

Grade Improvement:

A candidate obtaining B.Sc. Engg. within 4 or 5 academic years shall be allowed to improve his/her result, of the courses less than ‘B’ grade of the theoretical and laboratory courses in the immediate next regular examination after publication of his/her result. In the case of improvement exam, only SEE marks will be updated. No improvement shall be allowed for Board Viva-voce. If a candidate fails to improve CGPA with the block of new GP in total, the previous results shall remain valid.

Course Dropout:

A student can drop a registered course by giving application with valid reason to the registrar office through the batch advisor and Head of the department be for Mid-Term exam. In that case, student need not to pay any tuition fee.

Academic Session:
The academic session for all undergraduate programs extends over a period of 4 (four) academic years. One academic year is divided into two semesters beginning from January. Each semester is of 15 weeks duration with 13 weeks for class teaching, a 1 week break for examination preparatory leave, and 1 week for conducting examinations.

Qualifying Requirements:
In order to get a degree, a student must gain a minimum overall CGPA of 2.50 on the scale of 4.00. A maximum of two C grades may be omitted for calculation of the GPA. Students may improve their grade points by repeating two courses. A student obtaining an F grade in a course will be allowed to repeat the course. But a student will not be allowed to do so, if he/she obtains a total of three or more F grades in one or more than one course(s) taken together, during the period of his/her studies. If at the end of the second or any subsequent semester, the cumulative GPA falls below 2.50, he/she will not be allowed to continue in the program. A student must complete all the requirements for the degree within six consecutive semesters from the date of first admission.

The duration of each program is three semesters and the fees are to be paid in nine installments i.e. at the time of admission and at the beginning of each semester, before the midterm (i.e. in middle) and before the final exam (i.e. at the end of each semester). Due to changes of course offers, the payment of each semester may vary slightly but the total payment will remain the same.

Total credit requirement and duration of the program
To obtain a B.Sc. in Textile Engineering (TE), students will have to complete 154 credit hours. If any student fails in any course, s/he will get the opportunity to improve the grade by retaking the same in the subsequent semester.  The B.Sc. in Textile Engineering program is of 4 (four) years duration of 08 semesters.

Credit Requirements and Duration of Program (Day):

To obtain B. Sc. in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, students will have to complete 143 credits with a minimum CGPA of 2.50. If any student fails in any course, he/she will get the opportunity to improve the grade by retaking the same in the subsequent semesters. Duration of the program is four years (twelve trimesters), if a student enrolls as a full time student. Also, there is a provision for the students to enroll as a part time student. Students willing to obtain a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering will have to follow the general guidelines of degree requirements of the university.

The courses in the Bachelor of Architecture (B. Arch) degree program in the University is laid out in a manner to gradually prepare a professional in five years, who will be innovative and sensitive towards the context, technically sound, and who can fruitfully manage and develop architecture in Bangladesh.


Studio / Practical / Sessional Courses are even-numbered while theory courses are odd-numbered. Credits assigned for theory courses are shown before colon while credits for Studio / Practical / Sessional courses are shown after the colon for easy identification (Theory: Practical). Also, note that each credit of the theory course is equal to one contact hour and each credit of the practical course is equal to two contact hours. The first digit of the course number represents the academic year while the subsequent two digits are assigned to the courses. Alphabetical code at the beginning of course number represents the course offering discipline/department that is, ARCH for Architecture; CE for Civil Engineering; HUM for humanities; MGT for a management course, and so on.
Semester: Spring (January-June) Summer (July-August)

D. Faculty Of Allied Health Science

The Department of Pharmacy has designed the courses for Bachelor of Pharmacy, B. Pharm (Hons.) for a 4 years program consisting of 8 semesters with 162 credits to provide with in-depth knowledge in pharmacy and related fields.

Academic Session for all undergraduate programs shall extend over a period of 4 (four) academic years. One academic year is divided into two semesters beginning from January. Each semester will be of 24 weeks duration with 22 weeks for class teaching; One week break for examination preparatory leave and three weeks for holding examinations.

Summary of course distribution

Year Semester No. of Pharmacy core Courses No. of Non-Pharmacy Courses Total Courses Total Credits
Year I Year I Semester I 23520
Year I Semester II 5521
Year II Year II Semester I 5520
Year II Semester II 51619
Year III Year III Semester I 5519
Year III Semester II 6622
Year IV Year IV Semester I 6621
Year IV Semester II 6620
Total 40444162
Pharmacy Core Courses: 151 Credits
Non-Pharmacy Courses: 11 Credits
Total: 162 Credits
Year Semester Credits (Semester) Total Courses Total Credits
Year I Year I Semester I 13513
Year I Semester II 13513
Year I Semester III11511
Year II Year II Semester I 13513
Year II Semester II 11511
Year II Semester III 12612
Year III Year III Semester I 11511
Year III Semester II 14614
Year III Semester III13513
Year IV Year IV Semester I 13513
Year IV Semester II 13513
Year IV Semester III 727
Total 144
E. Faculty Of Humanities And Social Science

The Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in English is a four-year degree program conducted by the Department of English at Daffodil International University. The course contents cover the major British authors and their significant works along with major areas relating to language studies. Besides, classical European and American literature have been included in the syllabus. Further, courses from four other disciplines — Computer Science, History of Europe, Business Communication, and Western Philosophy have been integrated into the program.
The program is spread over 04 (four) academic years (levels) and 12 (twelve) semesters. It consists of 126 (one hundred and twenty six) credits and 40 (forty) courses in total. The courses are categorized as:

  1. General Education Courses (GEC), and
  2. Core Courses (CC).

The General Education Courses refer to the courses on disciplines other than English integrated into the program.
Each of the course comprises 03 (three) credits. And a special feature of this program is that students will have to use the language laboratory as and when the course teachers would advise them.

Curriculum Structure

Group No. Course Components Credit
Group 1 General Education 12 Credits
Group 2 Computer Course 3 Credits
Group 3 Core Courses 129 Credits
144 Credits

Duration Of The Programme

Total duration of the program is 4 (four) years. Semester system will be followed in this program. There will be 2 (Two) terms semester in a year. Each semester will be of 6 (six) months duration.

Procedure For Graduation

To obtain the Bachelor of Social Science (BSS) Degree in Journalism, Media and Communication, a student will have to complete 142 credit hours with a minimum CGPA of 2.5. If any students fails in any course he/she will get the opportunity to improve the grade by retaking the same in the subsequent semester.

Structure of Courses: The program consists of compulsory 138 credit hours. Students also have to take Internship/Project and Viva Voce/Report writing for 4 credits for a total of 142 credits for graduation.

DIU Postgraduate Admission

A. Faculty Of Business And Entrepreneurship

Program Structure of MBA Program

This is a 60-credit MBA program and a regular student has to complete 60 credits to earn an MBA degree. However, a student may get waiver of some courses depending upon his/her results at Bachelor and/ Master levels and managerial/professional experience. The minimum credit requirements for an MBA degree is 39 credits. Only the students having adequate professional experience and outstanding academic records will be allowed to earn an Executive MBA degree. The total credit requirements for a particular student and the courses s/he needs to take will be evaluated and determined by the academic advisor(s) of the program or the Dean of the Faculty based on his/her results at Bachelor and/ Master levels and managerial experience. The general credit requirements for a student pursuing an MBA degree are given in the following.

 Categories of CoursesNo. of CoursesCredits
1.Core Courses1133
2.Functional Courses0206
3.Capstone Course0103
4.Major Courses0515
 Internship 03
 Total1960

Major Area(s):

A student pursuing an MBA Degree can do in the following Twenty-one (21) areas:

  1. Finance
  2. Marketing
  3. Human Resource Management
  4. Accounting
  5. Textile & Apparel Management & Merchandising
  6. Entrepreneurship
  7. Real Estate
  8. Management Information System
  9. Banking
  10. International Business
  11. Tourism and Hospitality Management
  12. Supply Chain Management
  13. Digital Marketing
  14. Agribusiness
  15. Social Business
  16. Project Management
  17. Islamic Finance
  18. Engineering Management
  19. Insurance
  20. Leadership
  21. Business Analytics

Salient features of MBA at DIU

  • The program has global standard course curricula with as many as 21 majors.
  • The courses are taught by senior teachers with PhD and leading corporate professionals.
  • Graduates are well placed in reputed local and multinational companies and verius sectors in
    the government.
  • The program is the member of AACSB, ACBSP, and AMDISA which is a clear distinction that
    signifies the high-quality of the program.
  • The program provides students with skills, knowledge, and a unique learning experience
    needed to launch a career in their chosen field that signals to employers that they are a
    well-rounded and adaptable thinker.
  • It has exchange programs with top ranked foreign universities of various countries.
  • It has partnerships with nationally reputed institutions and trade bodies including ICMAB,
    ICAB BSHRM, BFTI, BIM, DCCI, and so on.
  • Its has Business Incubator, Start-up Market, Venture Capital to facilitate entrepreneurship
    among students.
  • Classrooms are well equipped with state-of-the-art technologies.
  • Scholarship opportunities based on results, need, and other categories are being provided for
    its students.
  • It helps develop entrepreneurial spirit to enable the graduates to be employers rather than
    employees.
  • The program has Marketing Lab, Innovation Lab, Finance Lab and so on.
  • The program arranges industry visit as a part of the academic program.
  • It provides internship and placement through Career Development Centre (CDC).

Admission Requirements

Students having a graduation degree from any discipline are allowed to apply for admission to MBA program. For admission to MBA program a student must satisfy the following requirements:

  • Students having minimum 2.5 GPA or 2nd division both in SSC/Dakhil/Vocational and HSC/Alim/BA/Diploma In Commerce/Diploma in Business Studies and 3 or 4 years graduation from any discipline may apply for admission.
  • Students  completing  five  O-level  subjects  and  at least  two  A-level  subjects  with  4  “B”  grade  and  3 “C”  grade  and  3  or  4  years  graduation  from  any discipline may apply for admission.
  • For MBA (Executive), an applicant must have minimum 3 years job experience in executive level after graduation.

Admission Process

Applicants selected for MBA will be notified for completing the admission process within a specific date. They will have to produce original certificates/testimonials and mark sheets/transcripts of all examinations passed at the time of admission. Candidates who have completed the above formalities will have to pay the required admission and other fees for enrollment in the desired program.

Detailed Cost Structure of MBA Program

Fees & Charges39 Credits (3 Semester)48 Credits (4 Semester)60 Credits (5 Semester)
Admission Fee12,00012,00012,000
Library Development Fee2,0002,0002,000
Rover Scout and BNCC Fee500500500
Student Smart Card (in Balance 200 Tk.)1,0001,0001,000
Student and Guardian Group Life Insurance2,0002,0002,000
Tuition Fees (36 cr. hr. @ Tk. 3750)135,000168,000213,750
Semester Fee (Per Semester @ Tk.3000)9,00012,00015,000
Development Fee (Per Semester @ Tk. 2000)6,0008,00010,000
Extracurricular Activities Fee (Per Semester @Tk.750)2,2503,0003,750
Internship/Dissertation Fee (3 cr.)10,00010,00010,000
Total payable (for 39/48/60)179,750219,250270,000
B. Faculty Of Science And Information Technology

Course Requirements

The degree requirements for Masters’ program in Computer Science and Engineering for students with four-year degrees in CS/CSE or equivalent subjects are 36 credits. The program is either thesis-based or project-based. The project is 8 credits and the thesis is 17 credits. Students from academic disciplines, other than CS/CSE or equivalent will be required to complete a maximum of 24 credit hours prerequisite courses in addition to the 36 credit hours mentioned above. However substantial real-life work experience in the ICT sector may be considered to waive some prerequisite courses. The summary of the program is given below:

CoursesCreditsTotal credits
Project-based9 Courses(9 x 3) = 2736 credits
Project8
Seminar1
Thesis based6 Courses(6 x 3) = 1836 credits
Thesis17
Seminar1

The duration of the course may vary from three to six semesters, depending on how many prerequisite courses, a student has to undertake. In general, students who have completed the prerequisite courses prior to admission should be able to complete the required program in three semesters.

Theoretical courses are organized under three categories: prerequisite course, core course, and elective course. Prerequisite courses are offered for students without graduation in Computer Science/Engineering or equivalent subject.

Course Requirements

The degree requirements for Masters’ program in Computer Science and Engineering for students with four-year degrees in CS/CSE or equivalent subjects are 36 credits. The program is either thesis-based or project-based. The project is 8 credits and the thesis is 17 credits. Students from academic disciplines, other than CS/CSE or equivalent will be required to complete a maximum of 24 credit hours prerequisite courses in addition to the 36 credit hours mentioned above. However substantial real-life work experience in the ICT sector may be considered to waive some prerequisite courses. The summary of the program is given below:

CoursesCreditsTotal credits
Project-based9 Courses(9 x 3) = 2736 credits
Project8
Seminar1
Thesis based6 Courses(6 x 3) = 1836 credits
Thesis17
Seminar1

The duration of the course may vary from three to six semesters, depending on how many prerequisite courses, a student has to undertake. In general, students who have completed the prerequisite courses prior to admission should be able to complete the required program in three semesters.

Theoretical courses are organized under three categories: prerequisite course, core course, and elective course. Prerequisite courses are offered for students without graduation in Computer Science/Engineering or equivalent subject.

Admission Requirements

The requirements for admission in Master’s degree program are:

  • Completion of the bachelor’s degree from a university or an accredited institution of higher education.
  • The applicant must have a CGPA of 2.5 or above (in a scale of 4.0), or at least second class in the bachelor’s
  • The applicant must have completed the enlisted prerequisite courses or their
  • Applicant, not completing the enlisted prerequisite courses, will be admitted on condition that she/he completes these courses in one or two

Evaluation of applicants for admission is based primarily on the student’s academic record in relevant undergraduate coursework. Applicants are expected to have sufficient knowledge in undergraduate-level mathematics and be familiar with common software packages. Provisional admission can be given to an applicant awaiting the result of her/his bachelor’s degree.

The Master of Science Degree in Software Engineering provides specialized knowledge and experience in developing and modifying large, complex software systems. It emphasizes technical and management aspects of the software engineering process.

Currently we are conducting M.Sc. in Software Engineering with three options.

  • M.Sc. in Software Engineering (without major)
  • M.Sc. in Software Engineering with Major in Cyber Security
  • M.Sc. in Software Engineering with Major in Data Science

Eligibility for Admission

The requirements for admission in M.Sc in Software Engineering degree program are:

  • Completion of the bachelor’s degree from a recognized university or an accredited institution of higher education in science, engineering or a related field
  • The applicant must have a CGPA of 2.5 or above (in the scale of 4.0), or at least second class in the bachelor’s degree.
  • The applicant must have completed the enlisted prerequisite courses or their equivalent.
  • Applicants, not completing the enlisted prerequisite courses, will be admitted on condition that she/he completes these courses in one or two semesters.

Evaluation of applicants for admission is based primarily on the student’s academic record in relevant undergraduate coursework. Provisional admission can be given to an applicant awaiting the result of her/his bachelor’s degree. Students who have work experience in the software engineering field but do not have the required academic background may also qualify to apply for admission to the software engineering field.

Total Credit and Duration of the Program

The summary of the program is given below:

SWE/CSE/Equivalent BackgroundCoursesCreditsTotal Credits
Project based10 courses(10X3) = 3036 credits
Project6
Thesis based6 courses(6X3) = 1836 credits
Thesis18
Non-SWE/CSE Background
Project based 18 courses(18X3) = 5460 credits (max)
Project 6
Thesis based 14 courses (14X3) = 4260 credits (max)
Thesis 18

Students from academic disciplines, other than SWE/CSE or equivalent will be required to complete a maximum of 60 credits. Duration of the course may vary from three to six semesters, depending on how many courses, a student has to undertake. In general, students who have completed the prerequisite courses prior to admission should be able to complete the required program in three semesters.

C. Faculty Of Engineering
  1. Admission and Residency Requirements
    The requirements for admission to Master’s Degree program are as follows:
  • The applicant must have a 4-year Bachelor’s degree or a 3-year Bachelor’s with 1-year Master’s degree in Electrical/Electronics/Telecommunication Engineering or, Computer Science and Engineering or, Physics or, Applied Physics from a university or an accredited institution of higher education. However, applicants who do not have adequate background for the program may have to take additional remedial undergraduate level courses as enlisted in the prerequisite courses of Group 3.
  • The applicants having the minimum CGPA of 2.5 (on a scale of 4.0) or equivalent, or at least second class in the Bachelor’s degree are eligible for admission.
  • The applicant must have completed the enlisted prerequisite courses or their equivalent. An applicant, not completing the enlisted prerequisite courses, will be admitted on condition that he/she completes these courses within two years.
  • A maximum of 9 credits are transferable from other universities. The residency requirement is 21 credits including Master’s Thesis.

Evaluation of applicants for admission is based primarily on the student’s academic record in relevant undergraduate coursework. Applicants are expected to have sufficient knowledge in undergraduate-level mathematics and be familiar with common software packages.

2. Degree Requirements
The minimum degree requirements for Master’s program in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering for students with 4-year B.Sc. degree in ETE or equivalent subject are 36 credits. The program is either thesis based or project based. The degree names and requirements of the Master’s program are given below:

Thesis based Degree: Master of Science in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

  • A minimum of 18 credits of graduate course work with a cumulative GPA of 2.65 or better.
  • A Thesis of 18 credits.

Project based Degree: Master of Engineering in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

  • A minimum of 30 credits of graduate course work with an average GPA of 2.5 or better.
  • A Project of 6 credits.

Thesis/Project defense will be conducted by a 4-member examination committee that consists of three permanent faculty members and one external member.
Students from academic discipline, other than ETE or equivalent subject, will be required to complete a maximum of 30 credit hours prerequisite courses in addition to these 36 credits. However, substantial real-life work experience in the Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering field may be considered to waive some prerequisite courses.

3. Duration of the Program:
Duration of the program is three semesters (18-24 month), if a student enrolls as a full time student. But a student may also enroll as a part time student and take less number of courses. If a student needs to take pre-requisite courses prior to admission, he/she will need more than 3 semesters depending on the number of courses he/she needs to undertake. However, a student must complete his/her degree within five years from the date of his/her initial enrolment of the Master’s program.

1. Programs:

Master of Science in Textile EngineeringAbbreviated asM.Sc. Engg. (TexE)
Master of Engineering in Textile EngineeringAbbreviated asM. Engg. (TexE)

2. Degree Requirements:


Name of the program
Theory CreditsThesis/ Project CreditsTotal Credits
M.Sc. Engg. (TexE)181836
M. Engg. (TexE)30636

3. Eligibility for Admission in M.Sc. Engg. & M. Engg. in TexE

  • An applicant must have obtained a B.Sc. Engg. degree in Textile Engineering from any recognized institution.
  • The applicant must have obtained at least 50% marks or a minimum of GPA of 2.5 in a scale of 4.0 in B.Sc.in Textile Engineering.
  • The applicant must have obtained a minimum GPA of 3.5 in a scale of 5.0 or first division or equivalent in any of SSC and HSC or in equivalent examinations and must not have a GPA less than 2.5 in the scale of 5.0 or a 3rd division or equivalent in any of the above examinations.

For admission, applicants are primarily evaluated on their academic records in relevant coursework at undergraduate level. Before being finally selected for admission, a candidate may be required to appear at an oral/ and or written test. Every registered student shall get himself/ herself enrolled on payment of prescribed fees and other dues as per the University rules before the commencement of a semester. All course registration must be completed within two weeks from the start of the semester. Late registration after due date may only be accepted for thesis/ project for a fee of Tk.1000 upon a written appeal to the Registrar through the Head, Textile Engineering explaining the problems.

D. Faculty Of Allied Health Science

1. Program Duration (12 months: 52 credits) Total duration of MPH program is 12 months, these 12 months consists of three semesters, and each semester comprises four months. 

The schedules of three semesters are as follows

Sl noSemesterClass /Study activitiesCore SubjectsDurationExamination
ASpring Semester1st semesterMajor-7=21cr1 January to 15 April16 April to 30 April
BSummer Semester2nd semesterMajor/ Elective-15cr1 May to 15 August16 August to 31August
CFall Semester3rd semesterDissertation, 10cr1 September to 15 December16 December to 31 December
Practicum and internship-3cr
Computer learning -3cr

2. The 52 credits of course work required for the MPH degree include core course, major courses and some elective courses.

3. Outline of the required MPH courses Credit wise distribution of MPH program

Sl noName of the courseNumber of courseSemesterTotal Credit
1Core Course71st semester21=7*3
2Major/Elective course51st/ 2nd semester15=5*3
3Dissertation13rd Semester10
4Computer learning13rd Semester3
5.Practicum/Internship13rd Semester3
Total required credits 52

Duration of the Program:

The students will complete 36 credits hours over a period of 18 months. The course will be day long (part-time) and the courses will be offered in both thesis and general (non-thesis) group.

Eligibility for Admission:

  1. Completion of 4-year Bachelor of Pharmacy course or 3-year Bachelor of Pharmacy and 1-year Master in Pharmacy from a recognized institute/university at home and abroad.
  2. The applicant must have the cGPA of at least 2.5 or above (in a scale of 4.0), or at least second class (55% or above).
  3. The applicant must have completed courses in Pharmacology, Medicinal Chemistry, Pharmaceutical Analysis, Pharmaceutical Technology, Pharmaceutics and Biopharmaceutics at undergradu ate level.
  4. The applicant has to sit for admission test and the university will select them on the basis of previous results and admission test results.
E. Faculty Of Humanities And Social Science

Depending on the student’s total number of year of academic career, MA in English program is divided into two categories. The categories are One Year MA in English Program and Two Years MA in English Program. The students who have previously obtained BA (Hons) in English from any recognized university are eligible to get admission to the One Year MA in English Program. The students with degrees other than BA (Hons) in English are eligible for admission to the Two Years MA in English Program. 
Credit and Course Requirements

  ProgrammeTotal CreditsNumber of Core CoursesNumber of Specialized CoursesTotal Courses
One Year MA367 (Seven)3 (Three)10 + 1 (Dissertation and Viva Voce)
Two Years MA(*Proposed)6614 (Fourteen)6 (Six)20 + 1 (Dissertation and Viva voce)

Depending on the availability of the courses to be offered and the number of the seats available in a section, a student can take a minimum of 2 (two) and a maximum of 4 (four) courses in a single semester.

Modern media is rapidly changing, presenting new challenges to journalism and communication professionals all around the world. The Department of Journalism, Media and Communication has revised and redesigned the syllabus to include more job market driven courses for orienting the students with current news gathering and processing technology as well as making them ready for the Industrial Revolution 4.0. The experienced and highly trained teachers in the department make sure that students learn how to report and communicate news, create ads, produce audio visual content with all forms of new media technology, and publish them on all platforms.

Description of the Program: The Masters of Social Science (MSS) in Journalism, Media and Communication is a one-year program divided in two semesters consisting of a duration of six months. The total credits for the program are 36 and the total number of courses is 12. The courses are the combination of both the theoretical and practical learning. The courses have been sequenced based on the level of difficulty and complexity of subject matter.

Daffodil International University Admission Requirements

A. Faculty of Business & Entrepreneurship

General Student

Students having a minimum 2.5 GPA both in Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) 12 class passed or any equivalent background with a minimum “C” grade in English from any group may apply for admission.

English Medium Student

Students completing five O-level subjects and at least two A-level subjects may apply. Out of these 7 subjects, applicants must have minimum 4 “B” grade 3 “C” grade.

General Student

Students having a minimum 2.50 GPA among in SSC and HSC and graduation from any group like BBA, B.Com Hon’s, BA, B.Sc, M.Com, MA, M.Sc, MBBS or any equivalent background may apply for admission.

General Student

Students having a minimum 2.5 GPA among in SSC and HSC and graduation from any group like BBA, B.Com Hon’s, BA, B.Sc, M.Com, MA, M.Sc, MBBS or any equivalent background may apply for admission and with minimum 3 years working experience in the executive level.

General Student

Students having a minimum 2.50 GPA both in Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) 12 class passed or any equivalent background with a minimum “C” grade in English from any group may apply for admission.

English Medium Student

Students completing five O-level subjects and at least two A-level subjects may apply. Out of these 7 subjects, applicants must have minimum 4 “B” grade & 3 “C” grade.

General Student

Students having a minimum 2.5 GPA both in Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) 12 class passed or any equivalent background with a minimum “C” grade in English from any group may apply for admission.

English Medium Student

Students completing five O-level subjects and at least two A-level subjects may apply. Out of these 7 subjects, applicants must have minimum 4 “B”grade & 3 “C” grade.

General Student

Students having a minimum 2.5 GPA both in Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) 12 class passed or any equivalent background with a minimum “C” grade in English from any group may apply for admission.

English Medium Student

Students completing five O-level subjects and at least two A-level subjects may apply. Out of these 7 subjects, applicants must have minimum 4 “B” grade & 3 “C” grade.

General Student

Students having a minimum 2.50 GPA both in SSC and HSC or any equivalent background with a minimum “C” grade in English from any group may apply for admission.

English Medium Student

Students completing five O-level subjects and at least two A-level subjects may apply. Out of these 7 subjects, applicants must have minimum 4 “B” grade & 3 “C” grade.

B. Faculty Of Science And Information Technology

General Student
Students having a minimum 2.5 GPA both in Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) 12 class passed Equivalent from Science with minimum grade in Physics, Mathematics and English may apply for admission.For Diploma Holder:Students having a minimum 2.5 GPA both in SSC and Diploma from Computer Technology may apply for admission.

English Medium Student

Students completing five O-level subjects and at least two A-level subjects may apply. Out of these 7 subjects, applicants must have a minimum 4 “B”grade & 3 “C” grade. The applicants must have Physics and Mathematics both at O-level and A-level.

General Student

  • Completion of B. Sc degree with a strong background of Physics and Mathematics from a university or an accredited institution of higher education.
  • The applicant must have a CGPA of 2.5 or above (in a scale of 4.0), or at least second class in the B. Sc in CSE, CIS, CS, CSIT, BIT, EEE, ETE, SWE degree.
  • The applicant must have at least second division or GPA 2.5 in SSC and HSC.
  • The applicant must have completed the enlisted prerequisite courses or their
  • Applicant, not completing the enlisted prerequisite courses, will be admitted on condition that she/he completes these courses in one or two

Evaluation of applicants for admission is based primarily on the student’s academic record in relevant undergraduate coursework. Applicants are expected to have sufficient knowledge in undergraduate-level mathematics and be familiar with common software packages. Provisional admission can be given to an applicant awaiting the result of her/his bachelor’s degree.

General Student

Students having a minimum 2.5 GPA both in SSC and HSC and 4 years of graduation in the field of Mathematics, Statistics, Physics, CSE, CS, CIS, ETE, CSIT, SWE, EEE, BBA +3 years IT experience from a university or an accredited institution of higher education. The applicants having a minimum CGPA of 2.5 (on a scale of 4.0) or equivalent, or at least second class in the Bachelor’s degree are eligible for admission.

English Medium Student

Students completing five O-level subjects and at least two A-level subjects may apply. Out of these 7 subjects, applicants must have a minimum 4 “B” grade & 3 “C” grade, and 04 years of graduation in the field of Mathematics, Statistics, Physics, CSE, CS, CIS, ETE, CSIT, SWE, EEE, BBA +3 years IT experience from a university or an accredited institution of higher education. The applicants having a minimum CGPA of 2.5 (on a scale of 4.0) or equivalent, or at least second class in the Bachelor’s degree are eligible for admission.

General Student

Students having a minimum 2.5 GPA both in Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) 12 class passed equivalent from Science with a minimum C grade in Physics, Mathematics and English may apply for admission.

For Diploma Holder:

Students having a minimum 2.5 GPA both in SSC and Diploma from Computer Technology may apply for admission. 

English Medium Student

Students having a minimum 2.5 GPA both in SSC and HSC from Science with a minimum C grade in Physics, Mathematics and English may apply for admission.

General Student

Students having a minimum 4.00 GPA both in Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) 12 class passed Equivalent from Science with minimum “B” grade in Physics, Mathematics and English may apply for admission.

English Medium Student

Students completing five O-level subjects and at least two A-level subjects may apply. Out of these 7 subjects, applicants must have a minimum 4 “B” grades & 3 “C” grades. The applicants must have Physics and Mathematics both at O-level and A-level.

General Student

Students having a minimum 2.5 GPA both in SSC and HSC from Science with Physics, Mathematics.

And Completion of B. Sc degree with a strong background in Physics and Mathematics from a university or an accredited institution of higher education. The applicant must have a CGPA of 2.5 or above (on a scale of 4.0), or at least a second class in the B. Sc in CSE, CIS, CS, CSIT, BIT, EEE, ETE, SWE degree.

English Medium Student

Students completing five O-level subjects and at least two A-level subjects may apply. Out of these 7 subjects, applicants must have a minimum of 4 “B” grade & 3 “C” grade. The applicants must have Physics and Mathematics both at O-level and A-level.

Completion of B. Sc degree with a strong background in Physics and Mathematics from a university or an accredited institution of higher education. The applicant must have a CGPA of 2.5 or above (on a scale of 4.0), or at least second class in the B. Sc in CSE, CIS, CS, CSIT, BIT, EEE, ETE, SWE degree.

General Student

Students having a minimum 2.5 GPA both in Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) 12 class passed Equivalent from Science, Business Studies minimum ‘C’ grade in English may apply for admission.

For Diploma Holder:

Students having a minimum 2.5 GPA both in SSC and 04 years Diploma from Computer Technology, Graphics Design may apply for admission.

English Medium Student

Students completing five O-level subjects and at least two A-level subjects may apply. Out of these 7 subjects, applicants must have a minimum 4 ‘B’ grade & 3 ‘C’ grade.

General Student

Students having a minimum 2.5 GPA both in Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) 12 class passed Equivalent from Science, Business Studies minimum “C” grade in English may apply for admission.

English Medium Student

Students completing five O-level subjects and at least two A-level subjects may apply. Out of these 7 subjects, applicants must have a minimum 4 “B” grade & 3 “C” grade.

General Student

Students having a minimum 2.5 GPA both in Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) 12 class passed Equivalent from Science, Business Studies minimum “C” grade in English may apply for admission

English Medium Student

Students completing five O-level subjects and at least two A-level subjects may apply. Out of these 7 subjects, applicants must have a minimum 4 “B” grade & 3 “C” grade.

General Student

Students having a minimum 2.5 GPA both in Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) 12 class passed Equivalent from Science, Business Studies minimum “C” grade in English may apply for admission.

English Medium Student

Students completing five O-level subjects and at least two A-level subjects may apply. Out of these 7 subjects, applicants must have a minimum 4 “B” grade & 3 “C” grade.

C. Faculty Of Humanities And Social Science

General Student

Students having a minimum 2.5 GPA both in Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) 12 class passed or any equivalent background with a minimum “C” grade in English from any group may apply for admission.

English Medium Student

Students completing five O-level subjects and at least two A-level subjects may apply. Out of these 7 subjects, applicants must have minimum 4 “B” grade & 3 “C” grade.

General Student

The students who have previously obtained BA (Hon’s) in English from any recognized University are eligible to get admission in MA (Final) English with second class or CGPA 2.5.

General Student

Students having a minimum 2.50 GPA both in Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) 12 class passed or any equivalent background with a minimum “C” grade in English from any group may apply for admission.

English Medium Student

Students completing five O-level subjects and at least two A-level subjects may apply. Out of these 7 subjects, applicants must have a minimum 4 “B” grade & 3 “C” grades.

General Student

Candidates seeking admission in LL.M. (one-year program) should have at least LL.B. (Hons.) degree from any recognized university with second class or CGPA 2.5 from all levels.

General Student

Students having a minimum 2.5 GPA both in Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) 12 class passed or any equivalent background with a minimum C grade in English from any group may apply for admission.

English Medium Student

Students completing five O-level subjects and at least two A-level subjects may apply. Out of these 7 subjects, applicants must have minimum 4 “B” grade & 3 “C” grade.

General Student

The student having a bachelor’s degree from a Journalism background with minimum CGPA 2.50 or equivalent.

General Student

The student having a bachelor’s degree from any background with minimum CGPA 2.50 or equivalent.

General Student

The student having a bachelor’s degree from any background with minimum CGPA 2.50 or equivalent.

D. Faculty of Engineering

General Student

Students having a minimum 2.5 GPA both in SSC and HSC. The applicant must have a 4-years Bachelor’s degree in Electrical, Electronics, Telecommunication Engineering or, Physics or, Applied Physics, CSE, CS, CSIT, CIS, SWE, from a university or an accredited institution of higher education. The applicants having a minimum CGPA of 2.5 (on a scale of 4.0) or equivalent, or at least second class in the Bachelor’s degree are eligible for admission

English Medium Student

Students completing five O-level subjects and at least two A-level subjects may apply. Out of these 7 subjects, applicants must have a minimum 4 “B” grade & 3 “C” grade. The applicant must have a 4-years Bachelor’s degree in Electrical, Electronics, Telecommunication Engineering or, Physics or, Applied Physics, CSE, CS, CSIT, CIS, SWE, from a university or an accredited institution of higher education. The applicants having a minimum CGPA of 2.5 (on a scale of 4.0) or equivalent, or at least second class in the Bachelor’s degree are eligible for admission

General Student

Students having a minimum 2.5 GPA both in Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) 12 class passed Equivalent from Science with minimum “C” grade in Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry, and English may apply for admission.

For Diploma Holder:

Students having a minimum 2.5 GPA both in SSC and Diploma from Textile, Garments Design & Pattern Making may apply for admission

English Medium Student

Students completing five O-level subjects and at least two A-level subjects may apply. Out of these 7 subjects, applicants must have a minimum of 4 “B” grades & 3 “C” grades. The applicants must have Physics and Mathematics, Chemistry both at O-level and A-level.

General Student

The applicant must have at least second division or GPA 2.5 in SSC and HSC. The applicant having a minimum CGPA of 2.5 (on a scale of 4.0) or equivalent, or at least a second class in B. Sc in Textile Engineering. 

English Medium Student

Students completing five O-level subjects and at least two A-level subjects may apply. Out of these 7 subjects, applicants must have a minimum 4 “B” grade & 3 “C” grade. The applicant having a minimum CGPA of 2.5 (on a scale of 4.0) or equivalent, or at least a second class in B. Sc in Textile Engineering.

General Student

Students having a minimum 2.5 GPA both in Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) 12 class passed Equivalent from Science with minimum “C” grade in Physics, Mathematics and English may apply for admission.

For Diploma Holder:

Students having a minimum 2.5 GPA both in SSC and Diploma from Telecom, Data Telecom, Electronics, Electric, Power, Computer, Electro-Medical, Mining & Mine, Mechanical, Refrigeration, Automobile, Chemical may apply for admission.

English Medium Student

Students completing five O-level subjects and at least two A-level subjects may apply. Out of these 7 subjects, applicants must have minimum 4 “B” grade & 3 “C” grade. The applicants must have Physics and Mathematics both at O-level and A-level.

General Student

Students having minimum 2.5 GPA both in Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) 12 class passed Equivalent from Science with minimum “C” grade in Physics, Mathematics and English may apply for admission.

English Medium Student

Students completing five O-level subjects and at least two A-level subjects may apply. Out of these 7 subjects, applicants must have a minimum 4 ‘B’ grade & 3 ‘C’ grade.

General Student

Students having a minimum 2.5 GPA both in Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) 12 class passed Equivalent from Science with minimum “C” grade in Physics, Mathematics and English may apply for admission.

For Diploma Holder:

Students having a minimum 2.5 GPA both in SSC and Diploma from Civil Engg. and Architecture may apply for admission.

English Medium Student

Students completing five O-level subjects and at least two A-level subjects may apply. Out of these 7 subjects, applicants must have minimum 4 “B” grade & 3 “C” grade. The applicants must have Physics and Mathematics both at O-level and A-level.

E. Faculty of Allied Health Sciences

General Student

Students having a minimum 3.00 GPA both in Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) 12 class passed Equivalent Science with minimum “B” grade or GPA 3.00 in Chemistry, Biology and Minimum”C” grade or GPA 2.00 in Physics, Mathematics, and English and Minimum Total 6.50 GPA in SSC and HSC may apply for admission. 

English Medium Student

Students completing five O-level subjects and at least 4 A-level subjects may apply. The applicants must have minimum “B” grade in Chemistry, Biology and a minimum “C” grade in Physics, Mathematics in A-level.

General Student

The student having bachelor’s degrees from the Pharmacy and Nutrition and Food Technology with minimum 2.50 or equivalent.

English Medium Student

The student having bachelor’s degrees from the Pharmacy and Nutrition and Food Technology with minimum 2.50 or equivalent.

General Student

Students having a minimum 2.5 GPA both in Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) 12 class passed Equivalent from Science with a minimum “C” grade in Chemistry, Biology, and English may apply for admission.

For Diploma Holder:

Students having a minimum 2.5 GPA both in SSC and Diploma from Food, Agriculture may apply for admission.

English Medium Student

Students completing five O-level subjects and at least two A-level subjects may apply. Out of these 7 subjects, applicants must have a minimum 4 “B” grade & 3 “C” grade. The applicants must have Chemistry, Biology both at O-level and A-level.

General Student

Graduation in any discipline of science, nutrition, nursing, health science, social sciences, anthropology & economics with a grade point average of 2.50 or more on a scale of 4.00. Graduation having MBBS, BDS, or 04 years Bachelors degree in Social Science is preferred.

Daffodil International University Ranking

Ranked InRankingSource
QS Asian University RankingDIU has been ranked 3rd among all private Universities of Bangladesh in QS Asia Rankings-2022https://www.topuniversities.com/university-rankings/asian-university-rankings/2022
Times Higher Education Impact RankingsDIU has achieved (301-400) in world’s leading Times Higher Education Impact Rankings 2021https://www.timeshighereducation.com/rankings/impact/2021/overall

Daffodil University Admission Circular 2022

Necessary Documents during Admission (For the Native Students)

ProgramNecessary Documents
For Bachelor
Program Students
1. Applicants have to bring All SSC and HSC main Certificate/ Testimonial and Mark sheet/Transcript for verification during admission.
2. Five (5) copies of passport size recent formal photographs.
3. Photocopies of all academic certificate/ Testimonial and Mark sheets or transcripts.
4. Birth Certificate/NID/Passport photocopy. (parents and student)
For Bachelor
Program (Diploma
Holder) Students
1. Applicants have to bring All SSC and Diploma main Certificate/ Testimonial and Marksheet/ Transcript (From 1st to 8th Semester) for verification during admission.
2. Five (5) copies of passport size recent formal photographs.
3. Photocopies of all academic certificate/ Testimonial and Mark sheets or transcripts.
4. Birth Certificate/NID/Passport photocopy. (parents and student)
For Master
Program
1. Applicants have to bring All (SSC, HSC and Graduation) main Certificate/ Testimonial and Mark sheet/ Transcript for verification during admission.
2. Five (5) copies of passport size recent formal photographs.
3. Photocopies of all academic certificate/ Testimonial and Mark sheets or transcripts.
4. Birth Certificate/NID/Passport photocopy. (parents and student)

Credit Transfer Under Student Exchange Program

DIU students wishing to achieve credits from international partner universities for one semester to one-year student exchange programs are advised to contact the Office of International Affairs to apply. Credit Transfer under the Student Exchange Program is available at the following link for foreign universities:
Link: https://daffodilvarsity.edu.bd/international-linkage

DIU students wishing to transfer their credits to a foreign university are advised to go through the website of that university very carefully and must understand all the procedures regarding admission, tuition and other fees, financial aid and insurance policies, and available part-time work facilities for students before enrollment.

Transfer From Other Universities

Students with good academic records from other recognized universities are eligible for transfer of their credits to DIU. Students wishing to transfer from another university must have transcripts of courses and grades, together with copies of certificate/ mark sheets of SSC or HSC or transcripts of O and A levels. These transcripts will be evaluated against the minimum entry requirement at DIU.

Exemption Of Courses

Students with extensive academic or professional experience may apply to waive courses by completing a ‘Request for Course Waiver’ form. This form should be submitted to the Coordinator of the Program/ Head of the Dept./ Dean of the Faculty with the relevant academic transcripts or evidence of an appropriate certification.

Students having completed any Bachelor’s degree course from another recognized university are eligible for waiver provided that they obtained at least a ‘B’ grade or over 50 percent marks in that specific course. Waivers are given on foundation courses only. A course waiver requires approval from the Equivalence Committee of DIU.

Daffodil Internatinal University Address

Daffodil Smart City

Ashulia, Dhaka

Admission Helpline: +8809617901212

Email: admission@daffodilvarsity.edu.bd


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