Metropolitan University has arranged a condolences meeting for the sad demise of the Pro-Vice Chancellor of Metropolitan University, Professor Shiba Prasad Sen on 18th October 2023 in Professor M Habibur Rahman Library Hall. Professor Sen breathed his last on Monday morning while receiving medical treatment at Sylhet MAG Osmani Medical College Hospital. He was 76 years old at the time of his demise. The Metropolitan University is profoundly saddened by this loss. Professor Shiba Prasad Sen was born in Sylhet on January 1, 1947. He earned his Bachelor of Arts (Honors) degree in Economics from MC College, Sylhet, which is affiliated with Chittagong University, in 1968. He furthered his academic journey by obtaining a Master's degree in the same subject from Chittagong University in 1969. Throughout a career spanning over half a century, Professor Shiba Prasad Sen made significant contributions in the field of education and administration in various esteemed educational institutions in Bangladesh. His professional journey included roles at institutions such as Sylhet Women's College, Govt. Hazi Muhammad Mohsin College in Chattogram, and Sylhet MC College. He also served as the Principal of Brindaban Govt. College in Habiganj. In 2003, Professor Shiba Prasad Sen joined Metropolitan University in Sylhet, where he started as a Professor of Economics and also held positions as the Controller of Examinations, Treasurer, and eventually, the Pro-Vice Chancellor. The Founder and Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Dr. Toufique Rahman Chowdhury, along with Vice Chairman Tanwir MO Rahman Chowdhury and Vice Chancellor Professor Dr. Mohammad Jahirul Hoque, each expressed their heartfelt condolences separately upon hearing the news of his passing. Vice Chancellor Professor Dr. Mohammad Jahirul Hoque stated, "We are deeply saddened by the loss of Professor Shiba Prasad Sen. He was a forward-thinking academic whose impact on Metropolitan University was profound. His unwavering commitment, enthusiasm, and teaching have left an enduring legacy within our institution and in the lives of countless students. Our most sincere sympathies go out to his family during this difficult time."