A seminar entitled "The Role of Election Commission to Establish Democracy" was held at Prime University on 11th August 2016. Engineer Prof. Dr. M. Abdus Sobhan, Vice Chancellor of the University chaired the session while member of Board of Trustees of Prime University, Mir Shahabuddin, enlightened the session being the special guest. Treasurer, Prof. Mohammad Arshad Ali, Registrar of the University, Mohammad Abdul Jabber, Prof. Dr. Abu Saleh Abdun Noor, Dean of the Faculty of Engineering, Heads and faculty members of different departments were also there. Mohammad Abu Hafiz, honorable Election Commissioner of Bangladesh Election Commission was there as the keynote speaker. Seminar started by the welcome address of Md. Abu Zaman, Assistant Professor of the Department of EEE. Prof. Mohammad Arshad Ali, in his speech mentioned that being the constitutional body, election commission has paramount responsibility of establishing democracy, i.e. ensure the right of every voter to exercise their voting rights. Mir Shahabudddin, in his speech as special guest applauded the initiative of Centre for Research, HRD and Publications for arranging seminar on such decisive topic. Mentioning the tragic incident of ruthlessly killing of the Father of the Nation, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, he remembered the regimes of dictators and non-democratic governments and their oppressions to the citizens and political parties. Later on, he revealed the aspiration of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman of establishing democracy in the country and urged all to take the vow of creating democratic mentality among ourselves. Eventually, the keynote Speaker introduced the audience with the meaning, forms, elements and characteristics of democracy. He also showed the comparative study of democracy prevailing in the UK, USA and India. In his paper, he exemplified the set-backs that our country suffered in the path of establishing democracy. In that context, he explained the responsibility of election commission to organize a free and fair election and the challenges to overcome agitation and violence. Finally, he ended his presentation with the aspiration that every voter should be aware of their rights and responsibilities to ensure the integrity of election. Later, a delightful question answer session took place. Chairperson of the seminar delivered his speech by collocating the contents of the speaker's speech. Finally, he gave his appreciation to the keynote speaker to deliver his presentation and CRHP to organize the program.