Information Science and Library Management

Departmental FAQ

At first you have to collect your online account clearance by paying the registration fees in Account Section and then you have to contact Department office to complete your registration process. After the registration you have to check the STUDENT PORTAL to be sure about your registration

The late registration process is given in the notice board. Please follow the instructions and contact to the department office for further help.

To get your exam clearance, you ought to pay your exam fees in Account Section following the schedule date and the Account Section will generate your exam clearance. You need to preserve the clearance for the exam.

Please follow the instructions of re-admission given in the notice board and contact to the department office.

Department office will publish the courses offer through email and notice board. Follow the notice board. (online / department notice board).

At first browse DIU website then follow the right side where there is an option of virtual university then click onput your ID on Academic Result option.

Please apply transcript through online with pay 50 taka and go to the exam section and collect your transcript as per deadline.

Minimum 60% Classes you have to attend.

Pay 50 Taka to DIU accounts and submit the application to the department office with transcript and money receipt then collect the documents from your department.

You can get your scholarship/ waiver in scholarship/ waiver section.

Cell no. +8801811458843


The ISLM department focuses on the study of information science, library management, and related disciplines. It offers programs that equip students with the knowledge and skills needed for careers in information technology, library science, data management, and more.

Graduates from the ISLM department have various career opportunities, including working as librarians, information managers, data analysts, digital archivists, research analysts, and information technology specialists. They can find employment in libraries, information centers, universities, research institutions, government agencies, and private organizations.

It is important to stay up-to-date with advancements and trends in the field. You can follow professional associations, such as the American Library Association (ALA), International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA), or relevant regional or national library associations. Additionally, subscribing to scholarly journals, attending conferences, and engaging with online communities focused on ISLM can help you stay informed.