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|When was MEC established?
Ans: With the advancement of science and technology, our developing country is also marching towards a new horizon of achievement in this field. Existing four major universities of engineering and technology is an important sign of this. Along with this our country is progressing towards the vision of digital Bangladesh of 21st century. And our ongoing Mymensingh Engineering College under a project of directorate of technical education which started on the year of 2007 is a mentionable initiative for promoting engineering education further. Now this institution has become a local server for the access of three major engineering fields-Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Civil Engineering and Computer Science and Engineering.
What is the location of MEC?
Ans: This engineering college is situated about 7 kilometers away from the main town of Mymensingh in an enchanting view of Rahmatpur (in Khagdahar )having 5 acres land. There are three five storied buildings for three departments having all modern accessories and latest engineering facilities in the labs. Among these the EEE building was inaugurated by honorable MP principal Motiur Rahman on 4th July of 2009.
What about educational facilities in MEC?
Ans: The educational and lab facility of MEC is very appreciable. Teachers of MEC are very much helpful to all. As they live in the teacher’s quarter, so students get their help when they need. So the quality of education is standard.
What about the library facilities in MEC?
Ans: There is a five storied library building .There are lots of books from home and abroad in the study rooms, a seminar room and an online reading room in the library building.
What is the residence facility of MEC?
Ans: There are three departmental buildings for the three departments, two male halls, and one female hall. About 500 students can stay in the male and female halls.