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Department of English

Self-reflection is self-assessment, and one of the most significant learning tools we can model for our students. Ultimately, we want our students to be the self-assessors of their work, dispositions, and goals. Research repeatedly reports that the difference between good teachers and superior teachers is that superior teachers self-reflect. Assessment is a systematic process of gathering, reviewing and using important quantitative and qualitative data and information from multiple and diverse sources about educational programs, for the purpose about educational programs, for the purpose of improving student learning, and evaluating whether academic and learning standards are being met. Self assessment is an assessment conducted by the institution to assess whether programs meet their educational objectives and outcomes with the purpose to improve program with the purpose to improve program’s quality and enhancing students learning.

  • To increase level of satisfaction of students and faculty staff regarding the quality of teaching and research environment, and of employers regarding the relevance of teaching and research programs;
  • To drive some new concepts of teaching and learning;
  • To emphasize the approach of active engagement of students in their own learning;
  • To invite the students to share more fundamentally in the assessment processes;
  • To design classroom learning opportunities that reflect the principles of constructivist learning;
  • To increase student responsibility and autonomy;
  • To involve students in critical reflection;
  • To develop in students a better understanding of their own subjectivity and judgment;
  • To improve and maintain academic standards
  • To prepare the students to be current and take a leadership role in the country.
    • Role of nature in Shakespearean plays
    • The sense of beauty and escapism in keats’s poetry
    • The reflection of Crime, Punishment and Redemption in The Scarlet Letter
    • William Shakespeare and the comedy of forgiveness
    • A comparison between Robert Frost and William Wordsworth
    • Poems of Wordsworth: An analytical Review
    • American Dream and Modernism reflected in Saul Bellow’s Seize the Day
    • Robert Frost as a poet of Nature
    • Herman Melville’s Moby Dick as an adventurous novel.
    • The philosophy of R.K Narayan reflected in his masterpiece The Guide.
    • The spiritual Quest of Tagore in Gitanjali.
    • Anita Desai- An Indian Pragmatic Novelist.
    • The tragic vision of Thomas Hardy
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    • Professor Dr. K. M. Mohsin

      (Ex-Professor, DU)

    • Dr. S. Quadir Patwari
      Chairman (BOT),DIU

      Amidst many saying and slogans, I would like to say "Knowledge is Power" and it is always powered by Dhaka International University, which is persuing it for la

    • Barrister Shameem Haider Patwary
      Vice-Chairman (BOT),DIU

      Business is a game of risk. In this game risks are great and rewards are great, too. In such a situation if you want to reap the rewards, you have to gather div

    • Dr. A.B.M. Mafizul Islam Patwari

      Dr. A.B.M. Mafizul Islam Patwari is the founder of Dhaka International University (DIU), Dhaka. He was a Professor of the Department of Law, University of Dha

    Trustee Members

    The Board of Trustees is the governing body of Dhaka International University. The board is responsible for DIU’s long term health, overseeing and aligning its strategic direction, educational policy, finances and operations with the mission of the university. The present board of trustee is consisted of Dr. A.B.M Mafizul Islam Patwari (Founder), Dr. S. Quadir Patwari (Chairman), Battister Shameem Haider Patwari (Vice-Chairman) and Professor Dr. K.M. Mohsin (Vice Chancellor).