Md. Naimul Hassan

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'Hello there!
My name is Md Naimul Hassan and I did the MIS 107 course with Mr. Adeyl Khan as my faculty in the Summer 2019 semester. To be very honest with you, this course is not a piece of cake but everything seems easy when you study. Yet it was a great pleasure to do this course with the faculty. The faculty upholds professionalism and he always tells us ’try to do everything professionally’.
Initially you may find this course a bit complicated but speaking from my personal opinion, once you figure out the course strategies, it is going to be a lot easier. Since the course is not that easy, the faculty will provide you great chances to gain a lot of bonus marks throughout the semester in different ways and that’s one of the prime keys how you will end up getting a successful grade i.e. A/A-.
Here are some tips which I followed from the previous students’ success stories in hall of fame and you may follow these as well

  • FAQ: First of all, go through the FAQ zone of his course website and read out all the rules and I presume most of your confusions regarding his policy will be solved.
  • Course website: Bookmark it or add it in your browser and keep an eye on it throughout the semester because this is where you will get all the updates about the course. All the IOAs, assignment, lab and bonus description will be delivered to you throughout the semester.
  • Attendance and participation: Try to maintain full attendance in order to get an additional bonus of 3%. Try to catch the fun examples which involve ‘’kacchi pakki’, these are funny yet catchy way of understanding the terms.
  • IOAs: For IOAs, solve the quiz of every chapters (the answer is given at the end of the book). These are mostly the exact MCQ/TF that appears in the quiz/mid/final exam and beside you can practice the optional quiz from the course website too.
  • Mids and final: Honestly you won’t even have to read the book to do well, follow the slides solemnly and practice all the sample question answers. Well, you can also use the internet to find answer of these questions. Make sure that your answers are correct, the faculty will check your answers and provide you feedback if you meet him during his office hour. It’s better to mention that some of these questions will appear in your exam as well, so it’s very easy to do well.
  • Lab work: This is basically very simple and easy to follow. Follow the faculty’s instruction and you will be good to go. Yet there are some stages you may miss to catch, in that case the faculty will help you a few minutes after labs to help students, so make sure you come forward with your problems. And for lab exams, you will have to submit the work in google classroom and if you bring a laptop you will get a 1% bonus mark and like I said, bonuses will save you in the end.
  • Group Assignment (GA): This is very important to choose your groupmate wisely and then complete every individual assignment and submit it within the scheduled time in google classroom. Don’t avoid any GA because the broad questions in the mid/final will come from these assignments. Thus, keep a constant communication with your groupmate and see how much work is done. If you face difficulty in doing the assignment you can always seek for support.
  • Presentation: Fix a date with the faculty and present your assignment in his office. The faculty will listen to your presentation and he will provide feedback regarding your assignment. Presentation is optional but if you do, you will get 1% bonus. So don’t skip any opportunities to get your desired grade.

I hope I was able to give you an overall idea that is not hard to get a desired grade if you follow his strategies. For further queries you can always talk with the faculty in his office hour, he is very cooperative and will help you or join the Facebook group. For further assistance, feel free to knock me up. Here is my fb link :
Lastly I would like to say that don’t give up so quickly before even trying. There will be many people who will try to demotivate you throughout this course but make sure you believe in yourself and give your best!
Thank you. ''

Abyaz Auntorip Karim

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Hello everyone!
I’m Abyaz Auntorip Karim and I’ve done the MIS107 (Computer Information System) during the summer 2019 semester with Mr. Adeyl Khan. I believe him to be one of the warm and impeccably helpful faculties I’ve ever come across in North South University.  
This course introduces the students to the business-based Information System. In this modern era engagement of computers and information systems in business is inevitable, majority of the enterprises use information and communication technology hence this course will be very informative and helpful for your career.
From the very beginning, it has been my target to be in the "Hall of Fame" and, by the all mighty’s grace, I managed to secure an A. There were some strategies which I followed to help me secure this grade, I’ll try to give a short and simple description of those strategies in the following paragraph.
1) Reality-check: I am stating this point at the very first because, many of you might want to drop the course assuming the course is critical or your faculty is not amiable. Take a reality-check that no course is easy without proper hard work. Don’t attend the classes keeping certain rumors in mind- This might disrupt your focus, leading you to a substandard grade.
2) Course website: The course website is going to be your best friend throughout this course. At the very first day read the FAQs and Policies to get acquainted with the rules and requirements. You’ll get almost every answer regarding to the course in the website.
3) Professionalism: Dress professionally (wear formal shoes and shirts) and do not be late to the classes whilst keeping a mental note of the things Mr. Adeyl Khan says in the introductory class.
4) Attendance and class participation: Do not skip classes. A lot of information is given in every class, so if you be absent in a class there will be a big gap in your understanding of the chapters. Keep notes of the various diagrams that are drawn on the board as they will help you get a summary about the topic at a glance. Be attentive in class and do not hesitate to answer the sudden questions the faculty will ask, even if you’re wrong. It’ll only help you further your knowledge.
5) Course load and studying pattern: For this course the best way to study is to study the slides, it will give you a clear idea about the chapter(s). In short, the slides are the answers to the short questions that you face in the exam. Focus mostly on the diagrams. Most of the questions require diagrams and labelling. So, you need to memorize, practice and most importantly, understand the diagram. Always go through the checked midterm papers and find out the mistakes you made. Talk to the faculty if you are confused about the right answer of the question. This will help you to find your gaps and work on them in the next exam.
6) Assignments and bonuses: Solve all the IOA, even the optional ones because MCQs in the mid-terms and final come directly from the IOAs. For GA choose your group mates wisely, team up with the good students and do all the GAs. Do all bonus assignments for the extra marks. There is a lot to learn from the assignments that you can benefit in the long run and will be helpful for further courses.
 7) Examinations: The hack to a good grade is to solve sample papers; solve all the sample papers you can find in the course website. If you are confused with any answer, you may take it to Mr.Adeyl Khan in his office hours. Majority of the MCQs in the mid-terms and final come directly from the IOAs. The broad questions are usually based on the lab work or GA. The answers to the short questions can be found in the slides.
Best of luck! I would like very much to help you studying for the course and feel free to contact me on Facebook messenger at

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