The Bachelor of Science in Electronic and Electrical Engineering (BSEEE) and Faculty of Business Administration Programs (BBA, MBA/EMBA) underwent external peer review (EPR) following the Internal Quality Assurance (IQA) mechanism designed by UGC-QAU. The EPR was preceded by a self-assessment of the program by the respected self-assessment committee (SAC). The output is a self-assessment report (SAR) containing data and information derived from a survey questionnaire administered to the pre-selected respondents: students, faculty members, alumni and employers. The information is substantiated by a focal group discussion generated from selected respondents. The self-assessment report (SAR) which covered areas on governance, curriculum review, student admission progress, physical facilities, teaching and learning, assessment of student performance, student support services, staff and facilities, research and extension, and process management and continuous improvements including exhibit documents, the actual interaction with the concerned key officials and ocular visit were the sources of the review. There were 2 sets of reviewers one for the EEE and another for the FBA. For EEE as follows: Prof. Udith K. Jayasinghe-Mudalige (Foreign EPR, Team Leader), Prof. Dr. Muhammad Abdul Goffar Khan (Local EPR, SM) and Prof. Dr. Mahbub Ahsan Khan (Local EPR, QA). For FBA as follows: Prof. Udith K. Jayasinghe-Mudalige (Foreign EPR, Team Leader), Prof. Dr. SM Kabir (Local EPR, SM) and Dr. MD. Khaled (Local EPR, QA). The 2 teams presented their respective report highlighting not only the strengths but more importantly the areas that need improvement or concerns for formulating Improvement Plan with a time horizon of 10-20 years. The IQAC Team of the university, SAC Members, Department Heads, Program Directors, Deans, non-academic Directors and other key officials of the university provided reliable information and valuable support to make the EPR substantive and comprehensive. After 6 days, 24-26 May 2016 and 29-31 May 2016 of program review, it was time to listen to the wrap-up or overview. On hand to listen to the EPRs were the Honorable Pro Vice Chancellor and Director IQAC, Prof. Dr. Charles C. Villanueva, Prof. Dr. ABM Siddique Hossain, Dean of FE, Registrar, SAC members, IQAC Team and other key officials. The skeletal report will be elaborated and fleshed out for concurrence by the QAC after 21 days. The EPR is a vital process that provided opportunity for the university to institute measures to improve further its academic and management operations thereby, meeting new challenges and requirements of the stakeholders.