Office of the Proctor
The Office of the Proctor, launched in 2010, is designed to maintain healthy and smooth academic environment in the campus. The Proctor Team is formed with more or less, one faculty member as an Assistant Proctor from each Department
along with the Proctor of the University, who is generally a senior Professor of the University. The team works to monitor the activities of the students in different areas of the campus to maintain discipline, and to monitor social media
activities that may hamper the academic environment, ensure safety and security within the university premises. The team organizes periodic sessions for awareness regarding various disciplinary issues, for the students. Counseling in this
regard is also a regular activity of the team. Proctor acts as a member secretary of the central Monitoring Cell of AUST. The Cell keeps an eye on the activities related to the awareness against bullying, sexual harassment, terrorism or
religious extremism, use and possession of drugs through Departmental Monitoring Committees. In case of need after contacting the help of the guardians are also sought. The team is engaged to manage the AUST Hostel and AUST Cafeteria.
The Office of the Proctor discharges the duties and responsibilities mentioned in AUST statutes to maintain the cordial atmosphere in the campus among the students, faculty members and staff. The team tries to solve the problems of the
students, faculty members and staff and monitors the gatherings for any ill motive in the university premises.
If someone (among the students, teachers or staff) needs to report something suspicious or report an incident immediately or feel stressed, threatened or concerned by someone’s behavior or for general security questions, they are free to
contact any member of the office. The team is here to support, guide and advise anybody within the University premises. The team will respect the privacy of any individual and only use the information which they provide.
The team also receives complaints (both oral and written) directly or through the ‘Complaint Box’ where everyone is free to submit complaints. The team discusses the issue immediately and investigates the complaints in depth. After
thorough investigation and maintaining appropriate mechanism, the team reaches a conclusion that is congenial to a perfectly harmonious educational environment.
If the team gets any complaint related to sexual harassment or eve teasing, it sends to the Sexual Abuse and Harassment Committee. This committee provides counseling and logistic support to survivors of sexual assault or eve teasing.
ID cards must be used only by the person to whom they have been issued. They must not be lent, given to or used by any other person to enter the university for which they have no authorized right of entry. Anyone possessing or using an
unauthorized ID card to enter the university premises will be subject to disciplinary actions.
For any emergency within the campus, call anyone of the following team.
The following members of the Proctor office of AUST are ready to help you, if needed:
Dr. Md. Hamidur Rahman Khan
M.Sc., DU; M.Phil., Ph.D, BUET
Professor, Department of Arts and Sciences
Ext: 236 & 249
Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Mohammad Mahbubul Alam
B.Sc. (Tex. Tech.), AUST; M.Sc. in Tex. Engg., Italy
Associate Professor, Department of Textile Engineering
Mr. Md. Shariful Islam
B.Sc. Engg. (EEE), BUET; M.Sc. Engg. (EEE), BUET
Associate Professor, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Mr. A. S. M. Fahad Hossain
B.Sc. Engg. (Civil), AUST; M.Sc. Engg. (Geotech), BUET
AUST Hostel In-charge, Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering
Mr. Malay Kumar Sarkar
Assistant Professor, Department of Arts and Sciences
Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms. Qamrun Nahar Eity
B.Sc. Engg.(CSE), AUST, M.Sc.(CSE), UIU
Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant Administrative Officer
Mr. Md. Abul Kalam Azad
B.A. (Hons), M.A. (Bangla), RU
The students are required to follow all the rules and regulations of the University including those related to discipline. There are penalties ranging from monetary fine to expulsion from the University depending on the nature of offences
committed by the students.
Penalties for Offences
|A. Minor Offences
Smoking in the campus
Playing cards in the campus
Playing cricket/football/ hockey/ basketball/
volleyball/ badminton etc. in the campus.
ID cards will be seized by the authority.
- Fine of Tk. 1000/- each first time
- Fine of Tk. 2000/- each second time
- Expulsion for one semester(suspended) or
fine Tk. 10,000/ - in third tim
- Expulsion from the university in fourth time
|Not carrying AUST ID cards in the campus
||Fine of Tk. 500/- each time.
Damage of properties like curtains, glasses,
electric wires, appliances, laboratory
equipment, overhead/ multimedia projectors,
reading materials or any other such facilities
Monetary fine double the cost of the damaged
materials/object as decided by the concerned
Writing/splashing of paints on the wall, floor,
glass or any other such other things.
Warning/monetary fine ranging from Tk. 1000/-
to Tk. 5000/- each
Expulsion for one semester from the university
for repeated violations as decided by the
|Tampering, altering or destroying any
authorized notice or poster.
|Shouting/bickering in the classroom, laboratory,
library, passage etc.
|Organizing/ forming societies, clubs etc. other
than those authorized by the university
|Publication of unauthorized bulletins/
magazines/ souvenirs/ journal etc.
|Unauthorized use of loud speakers
|Unauthorized playing of musical or similar
Warning/monetary fine ranging from Tk. 500/- to Tk. 2000/- each.
|Spitting, sitting on stairways, walls, gates,
railings, exits and passages.
|Other Minor Offences
||Monetary fine/ Expulsion from the University
|B. Major Offence
Major Offences like Ragging, violence,
assaulting, misbehaving and harassing teachers,
employees and females etc.
Monetary fine/ Expulsion from the University
Students are asked to take note of all the rules and regulations of the University including those related to examinations and follow those carefully. Students are warned not to involve in activities causing the breach of discipline. It
is expected that they should maintain discipline so that the authority will not be compelled to take any disciplinary action against them.
Students found in any form of RAGGING will be expelled
for good from the university.