Welcome to Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science and Technology University (HSTU), Fazilatunnesa Mujib Hall Management System Software. Students admitted to the faculties reside in or are attached to a hall of residence. The university has six halls of residence. Three for male students and three for females. Every Hall is headed by a Hall Super who is assisted by assistant hall supers.
By this Hall Management System Software students as well as their guardians can check Student's daily activities related to hall and can make requests for Seat, any objections, complaint and suggestions to the hall admin. Students can check their hall payments, stipend withdrawal details from their user panel as well as they can make informed to the hall admin about late-in, absence in hall etc. Students can have these services by logging in with their individual username and password.
Greetings and welcome to Fazilatunnesa Mujib Hall (FMH) of Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science & Technology University (HSTU), Dinajpur, Bangladesh.
Behind every successful man, there is a woman. When it comes to the success of the Father of the Nation, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, everyone confidently also names a woman for inspiring him throughout his life – Sheikh Fazilatunnesa Mujib, the wife of Bangabandhu. Bangamata Sheikh Fazilatunnesa Mujib always remained behind the scenes and encouraged Bangabandhu for the independence of Bangladesh. This hall “Fazilatunnesa Mujib Hall” was named after for showing respect on her in August 20, 2011.
FMH is the first female accommodation of HSTU campus, with a vision to provide a safe and comfortable living environment that enhances the academic success and achievements of the students.
Living in a residential hall is one thing that students should not miss during their university days as halls are not only places of accommodation but also important platforms to grow and learn together outside the classrooms. The residence life experience in FMH hall is designed to support the students through their academic career as you learn about themselves and about living in a community with others. This is a valuable part of our educational experience, and we work hard to maintain an environment that fosters social inclusiveness, responsibility, self-governance and accountability, academic achievement, community development, and personal fulfilment.
Currently, 2881 students are attached to this hall, while 621 are living in-house, including 35 international students from Somalia, Nepal, and Bhutan. Residents from various national and cultural backgrounds embrace the opportunity for new experiences, ideas, and even the challenges to learn living together and yet, independently. One three-storied and two new five-storied building with furnished student rooms, reading rooms, prayer rooms, separate canteen & dining, kitchen and guest room provide an environment for holistic learning and interpersonal growth. To ensure a living-learning experience; all residents are encouraged to participate in co-curricular activities as sports competitions, cultural programs and student feast arranged by hall authority.
At present, with assistance by the university authority, a team including the Hall Super, three Assistant Hall Supers, and four staffs are working on the further development of a healthy, serene and supportive atmosphere for the residents. Whenever a student needs, we are available for resource and referral information as well as specific requests. We seek to build tomorrow's leaders with prosperous life experiences and future goals.
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