Dhaka, Sept 19 (UNB)-The first year honours admission tests of unit -2 of Jagannath University (JnU) for the session 2019-20 will be held on Friday.
The written test for unit-2 (Consisting of faculty of arts, social science, law, Institute of Modern Language, and the Institute of Education and Research) will be held in two shifts --morning shift from 10 am to 11:30 am, and in the afternoon, from 3 pm to 4:30 pm.
The admission seekers will have to enter the exam centres at least 30 minutes before the examination starts, said a press release.
This year, a total of 22,950 aspirants will be fighting against 850 seats of the unit.
Meanwhile, the written test for unit-1 (faculty of science, life and earth sciences) will be held on September 21.
The practical and viva for admission into the departments of music, theatre, fine arts and film and television will be held on September 29.
Gopalganj, Sept 19 (UNB) – Students of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Science & Technology University (BSMRSTU) on Thursday staged demonstrations on the campus demanding resignation of their Vice-chancellor Prof Khondoker Nasiruddin.
They brought out a procession around 9am that paraded different points on the campus.
Later, the processionists gathered at Bangabandhu Chattar in front of the administrative building and locked the building.
The students also demonstrated on the campus on Wednesday night to push for their demand.
The agitating students alleged that no one can speak against irregularities of the VC as there’s no freedom of speech on the campus.
Whenever they launched any movement, they fell victims to harassment by him, they said.
The agitation was launched when the university administration suspended a student, Fatema-tuz-Zinia, also university correspondent of the Daily Sun, on September 10 for her apparently ‘objectionable’ writings on social media Facebook.
University authorities on Wednesday revoked the suspension following widespread protests.