Chattogram, Sept 25 (UNB) – Chittagong University (CU) authorities on Tuesday suspended 11 of its students for different terms on various charges, including assaulting a journalist and two students.
CU Proctor Mohammad Ali Asgar Chowdhury said four students were suspended for assaulting journalist Minhaz Tuhin when he protested ragging on September 10.
Mahmudul Hasan Rupak, a student of English department, was suspended for one year on the charge while Sabbir Hossain and Rajibul Alam of History department, and Taimur Hossain of Marketing department, faced a two-month suspension, he said.
Besides, Emad Uddin, Salauddin Sazzad and Ibrahim Khalil of History department and Lipton Das of Physics were suspended for two months on charge of beating up Salauddin Chowdhury, a Master’s student of Mass Communication and Journalism department, and Santanu Nath, a student of Computer Science department, on September 9.
Meanwhile, Rifat Hasan of Marine Science department and Kawsar Ibn Hasan of Botany department were suspended for six months in connection with stealing of a laptop from the room of Jahin Khandaker on July 30.
Samdani Rahman, a student of Modern Language and Institute, was suspended for one year on charge of beating up Giasuddin Imran of History department at Suhrawardy Hall on March 29.
Issuing a note of warning, the CU proctor said strict measures, including revoking studentship, will be taken against those involved in any unpleasant incident.
Dhaka, Sep 25 (UNB) – Results for admission test of Dhaka University’s ‘Kha’ unit under arts faculty for 2018-2019 academic session were published on Tuesday with a pass rate of 14 percent.
DU Vice-chancellor Prof Dr Md Akhtaruzzaman announced the result at the central admission office in the campus at 1 pm.
A total of 4,747 among 33,897 admission seekers passed the test for the available 2,378 seats, said the VC.
The results can be viewed from the university website (www.admission.eis.du.ac.bd) or via short message service (SMS) on any mobile operator service.
The successful students have to be file and submitted the “choice form” on the website within 3:00pm, September 26 to 3:00pm, October 10.
The one-hour long Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) based entry test was held on Friday.
Dhaka, Sept 24 (UNB) - The results of the ‘Kha’ unit admission test for first year honours courses of Dhaka University (DU) under academic session 2018-2019 will be published on Tuesday.
DU Vice-chancellor Prof Md Akhtaruzzaman will formally announce the results at 1pm at the central admission office at the administrative building, said a press release on Monday.
The entry test of the ‘Kha’ unit was held on Friday where a total of 35,726 students applied against 2,383 seats.
A total of 272,512 admission seekers have applied for undergraduate courses against 7,128 seats under five units in 2018-19 academic session at DU.
Chattogram, Sept 24 (UNB) - Maidul Islam, an assistant professor of Chittagong University (CU), was sent to jail on Monday in a case filed over making ‘derogatory remarks’ on Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Facebook.
District and Sessions Judges Court Judge Md Ismail Hosen passed the order after rejecting the bail plea of Maidul Islam when he surrendered before the court on expiry of his eight-week anticipatory bail granted by the High Court, said defendant’s lawyer Bulon Bhowmick.
Earlier on July 24, former leader of Bangladesh Chhatra League and CU student Md Iftekhar Uddin Ayaz filed the case with Hathazari Police Station under the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Act.
On July 15, the Sociology teacher had to leave the campus along with his family following continuous threat reportedly from BCL activists over his Facebook post in support of quota reform movement.
The BCL men also declared Maidul Islam and another CU teacher persona non-grata on the campus.
Islamic University, Sep 24 (UNB) - Islamic University (IU) authorities suspended one of its students for one academic year for allegedly slapping a female student of his own department.
The decision was made at an emergency meeting held at IU administration building with IU Vice-Chancellor Professor M Harun-Ur-Rashid Askari in the chair, sources at IU registrar office said on Monday morning.
IU acting registrar SM Abul Latif told UNB that the university VC issued the suspension order against Mahmudullah, a master’s student of IU Arabic Language and Literature department.
On September 19 last, Mahmudullah slapped the student on the ground floor of IU Art’s Faculty building for allegedly refusing to accept his love proposal.
Later, the female student submitted a written complaint to the university authorities seeking punishment of the student.