The University Rover Challenge (URC) is the world's premier robotics competition for University students. Held annually in the Mars Desert Research Station (MDRS) of southern Utah in the United States, URC challenges student teams to design and build the next generation of Mars rovers that will one day work alongside astronauts exploring the Red Planet. This year AIUB Robotic Crew participated on University Rover Challenge for the 4th consecutive time earning the 18th position and placing 4th among Asian teams. For achieving this excellent milestone, a congratulatory and certificate distribution ceremony was held for AIUB Robotic Crew. The ceremony was inaugurated by the honorable Vice Chancellor Dr. Carmen Z. Lamagna, where the crew members were appraised and congratulated for their hard work. The honorable Treasurer and Vice President HR Dr. Hasanul A. Hasan was also graced the ceremony. The honorable Dean of Faculty of Engineering Prof. Dr. A B M Siddique Hossain and Associate Dean of Faculty of Engineering Prof. Dr. Md Abdur Rahman were also present at the ceremony. The honorable Vice Chancellor handed certificates provided by URC to each member of the team after an inaugural speech. ARC’s two advisors, Chowdhury Akram Hossain (Senior Assistant Professor, Dept. of CoE and Special Assistant of OSA) and Ahmed Mortuza Saleque (Assistant Professor and Special Assistant, Department of CoE) were also present and were exalted for their extraordinary contribution and guidance for the team’s success. This achievement by AIUB Robotic Crew is the result of excellent education and facilities provided by AIUB and will inspire for future accomplishments in engineering solutions.