Welcome to Bangamata Sheikh Fojilatunnesa Mujib Science & Technology University
With the heartiest effort of eminent education endeavour Mirza Azam MP and as a part of the implementation of the commitments of Honorable Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and according to her direction, an initiation has been taken to establish a specialized university in Jamalpur District. As a result, Bangamata Sheikh Fojilatunnesa Mujib Science and Technology University is established on 28 November 2017 vide act no 24 of 2017 as the 44th public university of Bangladesh. After then, the Honorable Chancellor of the University and President of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh appointed Professor Dr. Syed Samsuddin Ahmed as the Vice Chancellor. Professor Dr. Syed Samsuddin Ahmed joined as the founder Vice Chancellor of Bangamata Sheikh Fojilatunnesa Mujib Science and Technology University on 19 November 2018. Although a new university yet under the dynamic leadership of the Vice Chancellor, the university has achieved remarkable milestones not only in academic, administrative and financial activities also in observing various national days including the birthday of Bangamata and sports and cultural activities. The Government has sanctioned 500 Acres of land located in Malancha of Melandaha Upajela of Jamalpur District on which the university authority has planned to construct infrastructure for secured campus with modern educational facilities and high standard research environment surrounded by natural beauty.
Bangamata as named by the nation of Bangalees to Sheikh Fojilatunnesa Mujib wife of Bangabandgu Sheikh Mujibar Rahman, Father of the nation of Bangladesh was born on 08 August 1930 in the Village Tungipara of Gopalgong District. She has played a vital role in providing inspiration, enthusiasm and courage in all activities of Bangabandhu during his life time. She has contributed in every step of the independence of Bangladesh. She sent her two brave sons in the liberation war for the independence of the motherland. She sacrificed her life along with Bangabandhu and other family members on the black day of the history of Bangladesh, 15 August 1975.