University of Science and Technology Chittagong

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Welcome to the Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

USTC has opened up a new horizon for the technological community of the country by launching the Program of  B.Sc. Engineering in Electronics and Information Technology (EIT) in the year of 2023 which is indeed a bold step by the University in fulfilling its mission. Since its inception, ETE has been the pioneer department.

Message from the Dean, FSET

The University of Science and Technology Chittagong (USTC) is an excellent institution for engineering studies. As dean of the Faculty of Science, Engineer and Technology (FSET), I am incredibly proud of USTC's longstanding commitment to providing a practical, experience-based engineering education. Engineers are dedicated to enriching human existence through innovation and progress. They tackle challenges through inventive reasoning and methodical progress. We shape the future of graduate engineers to become community leaders in accordance with the Human Development Pillar, which requires "a world-class education system, healthcare system, and an efficient and committed workforce that achieves a competitive labor market to enable the Bangladesh population to participate in development." We strive to equip our graduates with the knowledge, skills, and competences necessary to flourish on the job market from day one. We use practical applied courses in industrial settings such as industrial pilot plants, laboratories, and workshops within the university, as well as the most advanced available technologies, to develop the skills and competencies of our graduates so that they are a valuable asset to any future employer.


Message from the Chairman

Electronics and Information Technology is based on two main subjects: applied computer science and electronic equipment science, and it aims to nurture students who have high levels of specialist knowledge, flexible thinking, and abundant creativity. The course includes the field of information, which targets mainly networks, multimedia, data processing, and data communications, etc.; the field of electronic equipment, which targets mainly communication systems, electronic equipment control, robots, electronic measurements, and electrical devices, etc.; and the areas where both of these fields share interactive relationships, all of which enables to provide the students with training and research into scientific technology that is advancing on a daily basis.


To provide a firm foundation of both the theory and practice of Electronics and Information Technology giving students the social, ethical, and liberal education needed to make significant contributions to society.


Striving for excellence in creating, applying, and imparting knowledge in computer science and engineering through comprehensive educational programs, research in collaboration with industry and government, dissemination through scholarly publications, and service to professional societies, the community, the state, and the nation.

Producing self-motivated, confident and creative graduate of high quality with entrepreneurial attitude.

Collaborating with industries and institutions so that the education and the research in the department in line with the current domestics and international needs.


The objectives of the program in Electronics and Information Technology are to:

Prepare students for entry into the profession.

Instill in students the capabilities required by the discipline, the recognition of the need to enhance the discipline, and the desire for lifelong learning

Equip students with a general knowledge of technical and non-technical disciplines so that they are prepared for further study in other fields including professional and graduate education.

Description of the Program

The courses of study for the B.Sc. degree in EIT are structured to provide a foundation in both basic sciences and this branch of engineering. The program also has sufficient general education to enhance the cultural growth of a student and develop professionals with a strong social awareness. Elective courses are introduced from senior year.
Students must meet the design, depth, and breath requirements of the department in their selection of the elective courses. The design requirement is met through senior project of 4.5 Credit hours. The breadth requirement is met by taking courses in other core areas or courses in emerging technologies.


The laboratories of Department of Electrical and Electronic, USTC are well furnished. The names of the Laboratories are as follows

Hardware and Electronics Lab


Programming Lab

Communication Lab

Electrical Circuit Lab

AI and Data Science Lab

Computer Vision and Robotics Lab

Admission Requirements

An admission committee shall be formed in each academic session by the Faculty for admission into the 1st Year 1st semester of the various B. Sc. Engg. Programs.

A candidate for admission into the 1st year 1st semester must have secured at least

GPA-2.5 separately in both the S.S.C. and H.S.C. examinations or

GPA-2.0 in either S.S.C or H.S.C and GPA-6.0 in aggregate or

GPA-2.0 in either S.S.C or H.S.C and GPA-5.0 in aggregate (if either or his/her parents are a freedom fighter)

Contact Details

USTC D’ block, 2nd floor
Foy’s Lake, Zakir Hossain Road
Chattogram 4202.