The University has a Proctorial system. The existing proctorial team consists of one Proctor and one assistant Proctor. The role of the Proctors is to ensure the enforcement of the rules and regulations of the university specified by the BUTEX act and syndicate. The team also perform other duties required by the Vice-Chancellor regarding discipline of the students. Dr. Ummul Khair Fatema is the present Proctor of the university.
Proctor is a position within university mainly to keep students aware and informed about various etiquettes, campus mannerism, discipline, policies, rules & regulation of the University. She is facilitator to make students professional and disciplined.
As a Proctor, I too wish to be a partner in your mission to be a true professional- technically as well as humanly. It’s the endeavor of BUTEX to scale you high and at the top in career. Faculty is making you academically sound; and I, as a proctor, to shape your attitudes, mannerism and to shape you as a law abiding citizen.
My Best wishes for your very comfortable, enjoyable, progressive and professional life in the campus. I am always with you and would be partner to be with you in your journey to be a true professional and a great citizen of beloved Bangladesh.
Proctor Assistant Proctor
Dr. Ummul Khair Fatema Md. Shakirul Islam Piash
Bangladesh University of Textiles Bangladesh University of Textiles
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org E-mail: email@example.com
Cell: 01714-412369 Cell: 01711-128232
Address: Room 214 (D), Academic BuildingBangladesh University of Textiles (BUTEX)
Phone extension: 9114260 Ex: 304,
Emergency contact: 01714412369
Visiting hour: 1:00 PM-3:00 PM
Complain for Eve teasing and Sexual Harassment
The Proctor’s Office will refer any complaints of sexual harassment to the Complaint Committee, who will then investigate and make recommendations to the Disciplinary Committee.
Role of The Complaint Committee:
The role of the Complaint Committee is to investigate complaints of eve teasing, sexual harassment / assault on, or in some cases off, the university campus. More specifically;
- To receive complains of sexual harassment / assault.
- To perform an investigation based on supportive evidence and interviews.
- To recommend possible actions to the Disciplinary Committee.